This Woman Starts Rubbing Baking Soda On Her Face The Reason Is An Unexpected Surprise!

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Many of us have enlarged pores around the nose area, and simply can’t stand how they look and how dirt gets trapped in them.  While it is impossible to get rid of pores, they can be made smaller without spending an arm and a leg on expensive products.

People who have oily skin, or an oily “t-zone” tend to suffer more from large pores than those with drier skin.  If you want a really inexpensive and sure-fire way to make your pores smaller, the following video is for you.

YouTuber Angela Minji Kim does a brave tutorial on how to use baking soda to reduce the appearance of enlarged pores.  She notes that baking soda is most efficient at removing “the buildup of dead skin cells and dirt from the surface of your face.”

Watch how she does it and what other bonus uses of baking soda are thrown in!

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This Woman Pours Baking Soda Onto Her Entire Mattress The Reason Is The Best Life Hack Ever!

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On average, we spend around one third of our lives in bed and every single night we perspire out about ½ a pint of sweat. That’s a lot of sweat, especially considering that we replace our mattresses only after having slept on it for hundreds, if not thousands, of nights in a row.

On top of the sweat and dust that mattresses pick up there’s also dirt, food crumbs, other spills, blood, soil, and who knows what that accumulates on our beds. People rarely clean their mattress, if at all, and it’s clear to see why; they’re hard to clean! You can’t stick it in the washer and where would you even begin?

Thankfully Melissa Maker, of the YouTube channel Clean My Space, posted a video explaining how to clean and maintain a mattress so that it will stay fresh and comfortable for longer than ever. She covers a lot of insightful tricks and information, and here are a few of her best tips:

Vacuum Your Mattress- This removes a lot of the dead skin cells, dust, and other stuff that accumulates over time on your mattress. She recommends vacuuming every time that you rotate it and stresses that you use a clean upholstery attachment. If you don’t use a clean one, you run the risk of spreading even more dirt and crud onto your bed.

Deodorize Your Mattress- Make it smell fresh again with the odor neutralizing power of wonderfully affordable baking soda. All you have to do is sift some baking soda all over the top of the mattress and allow it to sit. After about 30 minutes vacuum it up with a clean upholstery attachment.

Stain Fighting- According to Melissa, stains come in 3 varieties which include protein, grease, and tannin. The protein type is the most common one you’re likely to encounter and blood, sweat, vomit, and urine all fall under this category.

The best way combat these types of stains is by cleaning them ASAP before they have time to really set in. Liquid stains should always be blotted up with a cool damp cloth. Never scrub or use warm/hot water because that sets it and will only make it worse.

DIY Cleaning Solutions- If you’re dealing with a fresh stain it can be treated with a mixture of equal parts salt, baking soda, and water. Mix this into a paste, apply it directly onto the stain, and brush it off 30 minutes later.

Then, using a cool damp cloth, wipe away any excess mixture that may still be on the mattress and allow it to fully dry. If that doesn’t work quite as well as you’d like, try this stronger cleaning mixture of 2 parts hydrogen peroxide combined with one part dish soap.

Place a very small amount of this solution on the stain and softly brush it in with a clean toothbrush. After about 5 minutes you can wipe it off with a cool damp cloth.

Keep Your Mattress Dry- In general, aim to keep all liquids off your bed. A key factor in both cleaning and maintaining a mattress is to always make sure that it’s completely dry before using or sleeping on it. If and when you need to clean it or it does get wet, use fans to help it dry faster.

If you fail to allow it completely dry you risk ending up with mold or other nasty things growing on it, so take the time to allow it to dry!

Flip Your Mattress- This should be done every season or at least twice a year. Also, rotate it around so that you are not always sleeping on one part of the mattress. Rotating helps the mattress stay even all around, especially if you and/or your partner tend to sleep on certain sides and do not weigh the same.

Now you know how to clean a mattress and hopefully you can put some of this information and these awesome tips to good use. Try them today and be rewarded with a better night’s sleep!

Let us know how the life hacks work for you! Enjoy!

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If You Wash Your Face With Baking Soda and Coconut Oil 3x/Week For A Month THIS Happens To Your Face!

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Washing your face daily is essential to maintaining clear healthy skin and a glowing complexion. Equally important is what you use to wash your face with. Some facial cleansers are incredibly harsh and can end up harming the delicate skin on our faces, while others are weak and ineffective.

If you’ve ever read the list of ingredients on the packaging of face wash, then you know they’re chock full of chemicals and things you’re likely unfamiliar with and can’t pronounce. Sometimes less is more, and when it comes to our faces, the simpler the better.

All natural, non-toxic, simply derived face wash can provide all the cleansing power your skin needs without aggravating or over-drying it. This homemade concoction has just two ingredients and you can mix it up tonight at home. In a small bowl combine coconut oil and baking soda and make sure to break up any lumps in the soda before adding in the coconut oil.

There are no set amounts to this recipe and you can adjust it to your skin type and needs. People with sensitive skin should use a ratio of two parts coconut oil to one part baking soda, 2:1. Those who wish to exfoliate their skin should use equal parts of each ingredient, 1:1. Mix it together well and then massage it gently onto your face in circular motions. You can leave it on for a couple of minutes as you would a facial mask, or you can wash it off immediately using warm water.

After using this you’ll notice your skin is smooth, calm, and polished. The combination of baking soda and coconut oil is effective at treating and fading acne scars, redness, and breakouts. It also works well at exfoliating rough, dry skin, leaving it moisturized and clean. If you’re wondering how this simple scrub works, here’s a breakdown.

Coconut oil is a natural antibacterial agent and helps to unclog pores by fighting against and ridding it of germs. Baking soda works well at cleaning our skin because it’s effective at regulating pH since it’s not overly acidic or too alkaline, rather it falls right in the middle. When it interacts with things in our pores or on our skin that are either acidic or alkaline it naturally reacts to neutralize them and leaves us with neutral, balanced skin.

Perhaps the best things about this recipe is that both ingredients are extremely affordable, natural, and they don’t harm the environment like most of the ingredients found in beauty products do.

Try it out tonight before bed and see the results for yourself!

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She Rubs Baking Soda Under Her Eyes For 5 Minutes 3x Per Week. The End Result Is STUNNING!

I really don’t know anyone who hasn’t woken up with that awful puffiness under their eyes, that can sometimes takes many hours to go away.  This is unbelievably frustrating and unsightly when you have to be somewhere important in the morning!

It turns out there is an easy remedy, probably sitting right there in your kitchen, that will work wonders to rapidly “de-puff” your swollen eyes…BAKING SODA!  According to “All About Vision” baking soda is safe for use near your eyes, and will quickly help you to walk out the door looking fresh and rested.

Baking soda, otherwise known as sodium bicarbonate, contains sodium, hydrogen and carbon.  One teaspoon of baking soda has about 1,000 milligrams of sodium; it is this high level of sodium that is the key to reducing swelling around the eyes.  Because water follows sodium, it enables the water to be drawn back into your body, thus reducing the external swelling, according to “LiveStrong”.

The video below, contains an easy-to-follow tutorial for making the baking soda mixture and appropriately applying it to your swollen areas under your eyes, for a quick remedy for reducing your puffiness and going on with your day.

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The Easiest Way To Remove Dark Under Eye Circles For Good With Only One Ingredient!

Dark under eye circles are a beauty issue for many women and men. The unsightly blemishes are commonly seen as a sign of fatigue and lack of sleep but there are a number of other possible causes. They may first appear in childhood and this could point to them being inherited.

Dark circles have also been attributed to allergies and nasal congestion which dilates certain blood vessels around the eyes and causes them to darken. Other possibilities include stress, anemia, oversleeping, eczema, crying, too much salt in ones diet, aging, and excessive drinking, smoking, or sun exposure.

In addition, they may also be a symptom of a more serious condition, such as liver disease or hypothyroidism. Many products and treatments have been touted as effective at making dark under eye circles go away. However, most of them are ineffective and don’t really do anything and some may even damage the fragile skin under our eyes.

If you want to try an affordable, simple, all natural way to eliminate dark circles then try this at home remedy. All you need is baking soda, hot water or tea, and a few cotton pads. Take a glass of either tea or hot water and mix in well one teaspoon of baking soda.

Then soak two cotton pads in the solution and gently place them under your eyes for a total of 15 minutes. After you remove the pads wash your face and finish up with an application of moisturizer. Baking soda has been used in a number of at home beauty and personal care treatments.

It also works well to both clean and help fade scars caused by acne. The recipe and directions for an exfoliating baking soda acne scrub are as follows. Combine one teaspoon of baking soda and a drop of water on a plate and mix it up well.

You do not want to add too much water so slowly add one drop at a time, adding more if needed, until it has the consistency of a paste and not a runny liquid. Gently massage the mixture onto your face and let it sit for a couple of minutes or until it hardens, then wash your face well.

Over time this solution should fade any scars as it gently cleans your pores and skin. It can be applied nightly before bed and many people have reported that this is helpful and works! Baking soda works well at cleaning because it is effective at regulating pH since it’s not overly acidic or too alkaline, rather it falls right in the middle.

Thus, when it interacts with things that are either acidic or alkaline it naturally reacts to neutralize them. This is what makes baking soda so great at combating acidic odors that make our fridges smell. It also works well to maintain balanced, neutral pH levels and when it’s added to water and applied to things it serves to make stuff even more clean.

Best of all it’s extremely affordable, natural, and it doesn’t harm the environment like most of the ingredients that are found in beauty products do. Try one of these applications tonight before bed and see the results for yourself!

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