Baking soda treatment for blackheads

Baking soda treatment for blackheads

There’s just a small step from being a diva to an instant disaster of having a slightly acne or blackheads. You shouldn’t spend your money on acne products. On the contrary, these may aggravate your skin condition. Try looking for a more natural solution: baking soda.

Baking soda is one of the best kept beauty secrets acting as a natural exfoliating in order to smooth and polish the skin.

Blackheads
A large number of reasons can determine acne, but the most common are: oil overproduction in the sebaceous glands, excess of dead cells and under the skin bacteria. Each time our skin is irritated, the blackheads appear. When it comes to pimples that rise to the skin surface, these ones are called blackheads due to the dark appearance in the hair follicles. When they are closed, we call them pimples. For optimal results, try using a cleanser together with a gentle exfoliating as baking soda in order to remove excess oil and dirt from the skin.

Skin benefits of baking soda
When it comes to acne treatment, baking soda is a wonderful tool. Its exfoliating properties help removing the skin cells. This means that you can also make your acne less noticeable since it removes dead cells that responsible for making the skin look dry. Besides, it has neutralizing properties and it helps reducing the redness that is associated with acne or skin irritation.

A natural cleanser and exfoliating
As a natural exfoliating, baking soda can be used for face, lips and the entire body. Unlike most products containing coarse granules, that may tear sensitive facial skin, its texture allows you to gently polish the skin. Even though baking soda is rough, it is not too much being the best amount of abrasive. It contributes removing dead skin cells top layer, and if applied correctly, your sensitive face skin will not be blistered or irritated. In order to obtain a facial cleanser, you need to mix baking soda with a few teaspoons of water to take. It should look alike with the texture of liquid soap. Use this liquid to clean your face. Rinse with warm water rather than hot because the latter extracts moisture from your skin and may cause excessive drying. In case the skin becomes too dry, the skin will try to restore moisture. This is done by activating the sebaceous glands that produce oil. Moreover, you should always moisturize the skin face after washing.

Baking soda facial mask 
As baking soda granules may work as an exfoliating, you might also try a baking soda facial mask in order to unclog the pores of the skin surface. Mix a handful of baking soda with a few teaspoons of water until is forms a thick paste. Apply the mixture on the face, rub it and let it dry for about 10-15 minutes or overnight. As the mixture gets dried, will extract pores caused by oil and dirt.

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