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How To: Minimize Pores with Baking Soda!

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Uploaded on Mar 29, 2010

I'm going to show you how you can use baking soda to minimize the look of your pores. It's also a great way to exfoliate your skin. Try it out!

DR OZ on baking soda beauty remedies:
http://youtu.be/rnZc-F4kcr8

*Using baking soda is a natural way to minimize the look of your pores. Baking soda will help remove the build-up of dead skin cells and dirt from the surface of your face. It will also help clean out your pores.

*using warm water, wash your face with a natural soap that is fragrance free. Lather and rinse.
*with 2 tablespoons of baking soda, add enough water to form a paste in your hands. GENTLY go around your face in a circular motion for 30 seconds (do not exceed the time) DO NOT SCRUB! Then rinse with cold water.
*follow your nightly skin care regimen afterwards (toner, moisturizer, night cream, etc..)

*You should do this everyday for a week (or 2-3 times depending on how sensitive your skin is). Always follow up with your regular skin care regimen for best results and to maintain healthier, cleaner skin.

*You can repeat this every 2 weeks or every month for desired results.

*For sensitive skin, please test it out on a small part of your skin first to see if you don't get a reaction from it. If so, I wouldn't recommend this for you.

*As for helping with acne, personally for myself, I saw no improvement.

*ALL OF OUR SKINS ARE DIFFERENT AND WORK DIFFERENTLY. WHAT WORKS FOR SOME PEOPLE MAY NOT WORK FOR YOU.

*In the video I am NOT scrubbing my face. Some parts are just fast forwarded.




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