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The reason we are here today is to reveal an amazing natural mixture which will greatly help you in cleaning your pores deeply and getting rid of all the acne and blackheads. The combination we are about to present you will exfoliate your skin, eliminate redness, acne, scars and it will remove excess dirt. It is simply amazing! The mixture is made out of two incredible ingredients and those are baking soda and coconut oil. Sodium bicarbonate is actually a very powerful and versatile ingredient which can be used in a lot of different ways.

It can actually be used in preparing homemade baked goods. Also, it can be used in the household as a deodorizing and polishing agent. Moreover, you can use it for cleaning. You do not need those harmful and toxic household cleaners.

Apart from this, baking soda is also used as a product for teeth, hair, and skin. It helps immensely in the treatment of acne and its amphoteric compound can balance the pH levels of the skin, thus preventing the occurrence of acne.

Meanwhile. coconut oil has powerful medicinal, moisturizing and antibacterial properties which can nourish and condition the skin effectively. They can also reduce the skin’s blemishes.

Now, we can present you with the recipe which can help with the overall health of your skin.

Baking Soda and Coconut Oil Deep Cleanser

The Ingredients:

  • 1 teaspoon of aluminum- free baking soda
  • 2 teaspoons of organic extra-virgin coconut oil

The Preparation:

Just put all the ingredients in a small bowl and mix them. This way you can prepare the paste. Apply the paste on the skin and massage it gently in circular motion. Next, just leave it to act for five minutes. When it does, wash it off with warm water and just message one more time during the rinsing. When the coconut oil hydrates deeply the skin, you will not need to apply moisturizing cream.

Now that you know the recipe which can help you clear the skin, do not hesitate to use it. It is natural and it works better than all the other store-bought products.

 

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