Skin Lightening Mask Baking Soda

Whitening of the skin is much more difficult than cleaning of the skin due to ingredients used. You need to be very careful, if chlorine chemical skin bleaching, use. A typical appearance or kit sold in pharmacies is hydrogen peroxide, ammonia and, occasionally, glycolic acid. In the rule is less severe than benzoyl peroxide, glycolic acid for sensitive skin acceptable use and is particularly good for killing bacteria and eliminate acne. Because spots, acne scars and dark skin in some areas and glycolic acid can help facilitate this. Use hydrogen peroxide bleach out and white or blond hair and have a very similar effect to the skin. Thoroughly mix one teaspoon of bleach powder and half a teaspoon of hydrogen peroxide solution. Add a drop of ammonia and mix the ingredients. For sensitive skin, dilute, add a few drops of water. Wipe the mixture on your skin with cotton buds carefully and wait if you have a burning sensation or a reaction. If this is the case, no longer used. This is not the case, you can go ahead and recycle some areas that are not prone to skin lightening mask baking soda sensitivity. Be careful when using this mixture on the face and eyes and mouth Dungeon. Products created baking powder is a way to efficiently and profitably, care of the face and body, which leaves the skin feeling soft and clean. It is, of course, without chemicals and has antibacterial properties, fight acne and dry skin. Used as a scrub can also be combined with other natural ingredients to soothe and soften rough skin. Baking soda is also known under the name of sodium bicarbonate, sodium bicarbonate and sodium bicarbonate. It is a white powder with alkaline taste, marked with the symbol of NaHCO3. It is part of the mineral Natron dissolved in mineral sources in the world, are in their natural state are cheap and readily available. For drying, baking soda can affect the skin. To avoid this problem, start slowly any treatment. Use as a facial scrub or mask once a week; If the improvement is shown, you begin to use more often. . . .