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This Is What Happens If You Apply Baking Soda Under Your Eyes, Must Try!

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You know we do anything and everything to keep that face looking fresh and pretty. We try 'n' number of products and go after all those pocket draining ones to attain beauty. But do we ever think of the damage they cause to our face? It's all in those toxic chemicals that the face cleansers and creams contain that damage our skin to the core. But what to do when we want a quick remedy to our sole problems?The answer is home remedies. Remember our granny using curry leaves and olive oil for our hair and coconut oil for our face. They work. And you will be amazed to know that there is another product that is just on your kitchen rack and is a king in case of food. It's 'baking soda'.Baking soda is the most health beneficial and off the shelf product that you can easily use. Among all, baking soda protects, heals, regenerates your skin, thus reducing the risk of acne making your skin more radiant.

Baking soda is one of the most inexpensive household ingredients to use.

It protects, heals and regenerates your skin.

It is also known for destroying skin pathogens reducing the risk of acne and breakout, making your skin more radiant.

You will start getting rid of acne scars.

Yes, it's true. Continuous use of this mixture will help you get rid of the scars and redness.

It will help you get rid of the dark circles as well.

You will need a glass of hot water or tea.

Add 1 tablespoon baking soda and mix well.

Soak cotton pads in the mixture and place them under your eyes.

Leave them on your eyes for 10-15 minutes (you can also apply it manually under eyes).

After some time wash your face nicely and pat dry with a towel.

Don't forget to moisturise your face well and admire yourself in the mirror. Feel the difference and changes on your face.
Do not forget to share this remedy with your friends.

 

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