5 Ways to Use Baking Soda for Skin Whitening – [An Infographic]

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Baking Soda for Skin Whitening

Baking soda is used for various DIY recipes and most frequently it is used as a skin whitening ingredient. Baking soda does not have any direct skin whitening effect. But, it does a lot of other things to keep the skin bright and beautiful. It exfoliates dead cells, unclogs pores, keeps bacterial infections away, removes blemishes which all together gives a skin whitening effect. In this post, I will share 5 DIY recipes using baking soda that can give your skin a brightening effect.

Check out the Infographic by “Draxe.com”, it shows the uses of baking soda for skin.

Baking soda can be used with a number of ingredients to the beautiful skin.

Baking Soda and Rose Water

This is the most basic baking soda for skin DIY recipe to treat uneven skin tone.

Baking Soda and Apple Cider Vinegar
This is a potent combination as both the products are effective in brightening up the skin.

Baking Soda, Lime Juice, Coconut Oil
The vitamin C in lemon juice helps the baking soda to work better as a whitening agent. The oil soothes the skin and keeps it soft.

Baking Soda and Tomato Juice
Tomato juice is rich in antioxidants and natural bleaching agents that make skin bright. So this combination is great in whitening the skin. One can also use Revitol skin brightener in order to get bright skin.

Baking Soda with Corn Flour and Turmeric
This works well on old acne scars, blemishes, freckles and spots. This clears up the skin and removes any sign of dullness.

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