Baking soda for wrinkles
It is very common to use baking soda for acne scars and wrinkles. This treatment is believed to be one of the quickest and most effective treatments for removing the scars. At the same time, it is a very strong treatment and may not be suitable for everyone. Some precaution is in order. The following is some particular information on using this chemical, sodium bicarbonate, for the removal of acne scars and wrinkles.
Method to use Baking Soda for Acne Scars and Wrinkles
There is one direct method of using this for the removal of acne scars and wrinkles. This involves making a paste-like mixture with water. A teaspoonful of of it is taken and mixed with double its quantity of water. This is mixed as much as possible to make a solution. That is then applied directly over the affected parts of the skin. The paste is rubbed onto the skin for a minute and then washed away. This treatment removes the acne scars and wrinkles within two to three days.
Action of Baking Soda for Acne Scars and Wrinkles
It works as an exfoliating cream works on the skin. As it is rubbed onto the affected portion of the skin, it slowly removes the skin that has been affected and brings forth the underlying cleaner skin. Due to this, the scars and even the wrinkles heal away. The treatment works for most people because exfoliation is a very tried and tested technique, which is effective in people of all types of skin.
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