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Baking soda for manicure

Bicarbonate of soda can be used for skin peeling on the face, especially recommended for problems with acne - more. You can mixed it with water - it should stays as saturated solution.  The solution can be added to other cleansing product as well.
Sodium bicarbonate, which was dissolved in water softens the skin, making it smoother and is also suitable for a relaxing bath. It is used for manicure and otherwise, removes dirt around the nails and fingers by rubbing with a damp brush dampened the baking soda powder. In a similar way, you can soften cuticles. The skin on the palms of the hands, softened by immersing the hands in the water, which was pre-dissolved with sodium bicarbonate; namely a spoon of baking soda to half a liter of water.
Hard skin on the feet can be removed with a paste of baking soda, which was soaked with water. Rub with a prepared to remove hardened skin. Thus, exfoliate dead skin remains and make your skin naturally soft again.

soda for manicure

Smooth and manicured hands

Bicarbonate of soda is a mineral substance that does not irritate or dry out the skin. Dissolved in water soften the skin and have made it smooth. Baking soda can be used in manicure to remove traces of dirt, for skin softening and cuticles.


  • To soften the skin, dissolve 2 tablespoons (50 grams) baking soda in one liter of lukewarm water and dive hands into it for 10 minutes.

  • For removing traces of dirt, sprinkle a pinch of baking soda on a wet brush and gently rub around the nail.

  • To soften cuticles, first-moistened, and then gently rub it with a pinch of baking soda.

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