DIY Baking Soda and Cinnamon Powder Scrub

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Exfoliation is the process of removing our dead skin cells to reveal the fresher and younger skin cells. Experts say that we should exfoliate twice or thrice in a week, too much exfoliation may lead to skin redness and irritation.

Do you have a dull and pasty looking facial skin? Are you looking for a natural way to combat acne and acne scars? then you should consider this simple yet effective mask and scrub. 

Baking soda is a natural exfoliant and it has been used for a long time now. It is effective in removing dead skin cells, oil and dirt from the skin.

Cinnamon has three major properties that are essential in acne treatment. These are its antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects.






Ingredients:

1-2 Tablespoon of Baking Soda

1   Teaspoon of Cinnamon Powder

1   Tablespoon of clean water


Steps:

-In a clean bowl, mix baking soda and cinnamon powder.

-Add water slowly. You don't want your mixture to be watery or runny.

-Continue mixing until you reached the desired consistency.

-Apply the mixture on your face and leave for 10-15 mins.

-Wash your face in circular motion (to exfoliate all dead skin cells) using clean water.

-Pat dry your skin and use a moisturizer.


Do you have a dull and pasty looking facial skin? Are you looking for a natural way to combat acne and acne scars? then you should consider this simple yet effective mask and scrub. 

WARNING:
Using too much cinnamon can make one's face red because it draws the blood and nutrients to the surface of skin and make sure you are not allergic to cinnamon powder.

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3 comments

  1. I will try this remedy. ...thanks for sharing

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  2. Wow, this is the first time that I've heard this method. Would love to try this why not maybe it has different effect on women.

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  3. Sounds like a great idea! I have to test first if I’m allergic with the ingredients. :) Nice DIY

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