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  • Leah Weyandt

    75 uses for baking soda from cleaning to home remedies - Remove strong odors from your hands by rubbing them with baking soda and water. 8. Put two tablespoons in your baby’s bathwater to help relieve diaper rash.

  • Heather Underwood-Caron

    Baking Soda (Part 1 in No 'Poo Method) The standard amount for hair care is one tablespoon of baking soda to one cup of water. Those with curly or thicker hair might need a bit more baking soda, and those with thin or fine hair might need less. Experiment, and see what works for you. Pour the mixture in to a bottle (I use my shampoo bottle - cleaned out, of course). Shake it before each use. Squeeze on the mix on to and massage your entire scalp with your finger tips (not nails). Leave in for a few minutes, and rinse.

  • Hessa Lay

    Do you use baking soda? #homemade #remedies #natural #beauty #cosmetics #skin #skincare #teeth #bites #itching #bakingsoda #antacid #deodorant #stomach #heartburn #health #scrub #exfoliating

  • Deb Power

    Little Miracle of Baking Soda- Use it as a beauty product, for the home, cooking, and cleaning purposes. So many great ideas!

  • Pam Jefferson-Gillispie

    75 Extraordinary uses for Baking Soda #DIY #green #eco #beauty #health #cleaning

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