Baking Soda to Gently Exfoliate Skin

 

Baking Soda
Baking soda can make a beautiful difference in how you exfoliate.

 

Longwearing foundations and skin care products with silicone-based ingredients can take a toll on our complexion if not properly removed.  They can embed themselves so deeply into your pores even after cleansing.  Therefore, if you don’t want those ingredients to linger and eventually break down a bit of your own skin’s collagen, then you need to exfoliate weekly.  Believe it or not, an excellent and inexpensive way to gently exfoliate is probably in your pantry that you may not be aware can really help with that deep clean without being abrasive in the form of baking soda.

Exfoliation is key to helping the skin renew itself.   Not only does it get rid of dead cells dulling your complexion, this process also is what can stimulate fresh skin cells to the surface.  Too harsh abrasives with granules that can mar the skin or overuse of strong chemical formulas can backfire unlike the  texture of baking soda to gently exfoliate.

Therefore, here is the way that I suggest to try this baking soda to gently exfoliate.  Mix one half teaspoons of baking soda and one half teaspoons of a water-based cleanser as well as a little warm water together to clean your face with.

Facial peels are also very helpful when used with care.  Just remember, it is important not to let yourself get carried away and overdo.

 

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