This is What Happens to Your Face After Washing it With Coconut Oil and Baking Soda

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Chemical-laden skin care products are the last thing you should put on your face. Cleaning your face is of utmost importance, but try to use the safest, skin friendly products.

Yes, market shelves are filled with fancy bottles and tubes, but you’d be disgusted to learn the content of your regular face wash.

Huge companies guarantee that their products cleanse face, treat acne, remove makeup, and hydrate your skin. No! Most product actually clog pores and dry your face.

We suggest that you use our natural homemade facial cleanser. The best thing about it is that is uses two simple yet powerful ingredients.

Combine coconut oil and baking soda, and apply the mixture on your face. It’s that easy. This homemade cleanser is safe and toxin-free. Use it to reduce the appearance of scars, redness, dirt, sebum and dead skin.

Baking soda is one of the most powerful remedies for acne. It balances pH values, and prevents/treats breakouts. Coconut oil has a healing and antibacterial effect, and it’s one of the greatest moisturizers you’ll ever use on your skin.

Combine these two to create a natural skin care product that works great for every skin type. For optimal results use wet-milled extra virgin coconut oil.

The roper ratio of both ingredients depends on your skin type. Use two parts of coconut oil and one part of baking soda is your skin is too sensitive. Use equal amounts of the ingredients to exfoliate your skin.


  1. Combine coconut oil and baking soda, and stir well. You can add some warm water to soften the mixture.
  2. Massage the cream onto your face using circular motions. Rinse well.
  3. If you use it as a facial mask, let it work for a few minutes.

That’s pretty much everything you should do. This powerful duo will improve your skin complexion in a minute.

Coconut oil and baking soda have several other purposes, so try to find what works best for your health and beauty.

Watch the video below for a broader use of coconut oil and baking soda in service of your beauty.


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