In this article we will show you a recipe of an incredible natural remedy that will provide deep cleansing of the pores and aid your efforts to remove acne and blackheads.
In addition, this natural combo will help you get rid of dead skin cells, eliminate excess dirt and dust and remove acne, scars and redness.
This remedy comes with two amazingly effective natural ingredients – coconut oil and baking soda. As we all know, baking soda is a very strong, all-round ingredient that is utilized in many different ways.
For instance, people use baking soda to prepare different baked goods and for some household chores when they need natural polishing and deodorizing product.
In addition, some of them use baking soda as a cleaning product, as a replacement for toxic and harmful commercial cleaners.
What is even more interesting is that baking soda has been used a beauty product for skin, teeth and hair for a long time.
It provides outstanding results in healing acne because baking soda is an amphoteric compound which means that is has ability to regular pH levels of the skin and protects people from imbalance which ultimately results in acne.
Coconut oil is helpful too because it has strong moisturizing, healing and antibacterial properties. It is a well-known natural product for preserving and promoting skin health.
Baking Soda and Coconut Oil Power Cleanser
Things you’ll need:
Take a small bowl, put the ingredients in it and mix them well. You should get a paste. Use this paste directly on the skin and rub the area slowly. After that, leave it for about five minutes.
Next, use warm water to wash the mixture and while you are rinsing massage the area one more time. The coconut oil has ability to hydrate skin thoroughly, so you won’t need to use a moisturizing cream once the procedure is finished.
We hope that this simple recipe will help your skin
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