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... this is not anything new it's been used as a exfoliant for years. Read the book "Don't go to the cosmetics counter with out me" it is one of the best books on the market to help you become an informed consumer. ... (6 replies)
... Baking soda is a good physical exfoliant because the granules do not have sharp edges. Many skincare professionals, such as Paula Begoun, recommend mixing baking soda with water or a gentle cleanser such as Cetphil about every other day to exfoliate the dead skin off of the face. ... (8 replies)
... in's ability to shed and not block pores. If you do not want to "scrub", you can use salicylic acid. While that is an option, I believe that your suggestion of baking soda is probably a good one. I think that it would be an effective and gentle exfoliant. Let us know how it works! ... (13 replies)

Baking Soda
May 3, 2005
... Yes, you make a paste. No, don't scrub. Don't ever scrub your skin. (2 replies)
Baking Soda
May 3, 2005
... I have been hearing that baking soda is a good exfoliant. I want to give it a try but was wondering how to use it. Do I make a paste and rub it on and then rinse off? ... (2 replies)
... I also use a baking soda scrub. ... (7 replies)
... The baking soda is supposed to work as a gentle exfoliant. The other questions you aksed are exactly what im tryign to figure out. ... (5 replies)
... just use baking soda! search this board and you will find that a lot of people use this is an exfoliant and they are very pleased. I started using it last week and I can see a world of difference in my skin already. ... (14 replies)
Great Exfoliant!!
May 17, 2003
... I read in a magazine that a woman used baking soda as a light, gentle exfoliant to keep her skin nice. So, I used it myself and love it. It hasn't made a remarkable difference in my acne, yet my face glows and feels wonderful. ... (8 replies)
... I know about the mixing of Cetaphil with baking soda and I found that very irritating. Many of these scrubs using shells and whatever would be too harsh. Any suggestions? ... (15 replies)
... i was not happy haha but if you're looking for a good exfoliant i suggest St. Ivs Aprocoit Srub, it works great! and you're skin doesn't look red at all! ... (13 replies)
... Get a bowl and pour a small amount of soda into it. ... (7 replies)
... You can put baking soda in the Cetaphil. It really works well, and it's gentle. Sometimes I use the aspirin mask as a scrub to exfoliate. ... (3 replies)
... thank you keeping the suggestions coming. I orderd MD formulations and I hope it works. If not, i think I'll try the baking soda. ... (14 replies)
... Hi. I add baking soda to my cetaphil in the evening and it works great. It gives the cetaphil enough of a scrub to get all of my makeup off. ... (14 replies)
... I've always been too afraid to try baking soda, sounds harsh! ... (15 replies)
... Is it good for drying out current acne or just a good exfoliant? (26 replies)
... I've found more home remedies if you guys want to check it out: http://www.stressbank.com/forum/*********.php?t=320 "Ingredients: Aspirin (uncoated) Aspirin contains salicylic acid, used in many d prescription acne treatments Apple Cider Vinegar (10 replies)
... Cetaphil has two liquid cleansers- one is the extra gentle, which will never take your make-up off, and the other is for oily skin and make-up users and it will take the make-up off, the bottle is blue and green and in a pump, the gentle cleanser is not. The Alba products are always at stores like Whole Foods & Central Market- I'm not sure where you live though you can order... (8 replies)
Exfoliation!
Feb 28, 2004
... Also, don't forget that baking soda can be used as a mechanical exfoliant. ... (16 replies)




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