What you might not have considered is that baking soda can be used for cosmetic purposes, too so you might want to stash another box in your medicine cabinet.
It wasn’t until 1846 that Dr. Austin Church and John Dwight began to manufacture and sell the compound we know as baking soda today. By the 1860s, baking soda was featured in published cookbooks but was still primarily known as a cooking additive.By the 1920s, however, its versatility was expanded on and by the 1930s it was widely advertised as a “proven medical agent.”
When it comes to cosmetics, it can be a perfect replacement for your expensive skin care products which are not effective, contain a lot of chemicals, and can have side-effects. Baking soda can solve your problems with acne and rashes.
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