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Published on: 24 Dec 2010 by rentalartist
Ah yes, the special ingredient for fluffy cakes and muffins, acid indigestion and tooth whitening, it can exfoliate all that grease off your face, too! Add it to a bath with some witch hazel, epsom salts and essential oils and you've got a lovely spa bath whenever you want for a fraction of the cost. I don't even think I'd like to go to a spa because I love my baking soda mixtures so much. It is great to help soothe itching from eczema, insect bites, poison ivy, chicken pox and just feeling hot and sticky. My eldest son has very sensitive, dry skin, so I add it to his bath all the time.
You can also use it as a scouring powder when you are done in the bath to clean the tub...or anything else. Just use plenty of water to wash it away