Your skin care regimen doesn’t have to be expensive. In fact, even if you go to your pantry, there are ingredients there that can be aptly used to protect, nourish and heal your face. An effective baking soda face mask to heal your pimples perhaps?
Baking soda has been proven as an effective means of ensuring you have a fresh, smooth, and clean skin. Here is a step-by-step guide in making a baking soda face mask that will surely help you get rid of unwanted blemishes. In fact, doing this is possibly the best solution to your health and beauty needs. Albeit a kitchen staple, baking soda is a natural antibiotic which treats fungal infections. It can also gradually eliminate scars brought about by acne as well as fast track healing process of acne damage.
DIY | Effective Baking Soda Face Mask For Clearer Skin
Save on your skin care without sacrificing the results…
Do you worry about acne or blemishes? Do you want to have a healthier looking skin? Or do you want to maintain your youthful appearance? The answer to all these concerns does not lie in expensive skin care.
Additionally, baking soda is composed of anti-inflammatory properties. It is also able to able to help in absorbing facial oil thus stopping pores from clogging.
In making an effective baking soda face mask for clearer skin, all you need are the following:
- baking soda
Before putting on the mask, it is recommended that you take a steaming shower. This way, your face is prepared to absorb the mask.
Step 1 – Make the mixture
Put baking soda in a bowl. Add some water and mix. The goal is to make a paste out of the two ingredients. If the mixture is too watery, add more baking soda to make it thicker. However, it must be noted that the consistency of the mask does not affect its effectiveness.
Step 2 – Time to apply
Apply the mixture thinly using a brush, q-tip, cotton ball, your fingertips or any material that would work. Gently work the baking soda face mask all over.
Step 3 – Leave it on
Leave the baking soda face mask for about five to ten minutes depending on your tolerance.
Bonus tip: Leave the mixture on longer if you have an oily face and lesser time for dry skin type.
For a visual on the step-by-step guide in doing a baking soda face mask, watch this video from Nicole Ferrier:
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