Upgrade your cleaning routine and make your home sparkling clean and fresh, the natural way with Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda).
✔️ Deodorize your space, upholstery, and laundry
✔️ Helps remove stains and hard water
✔️ Versatile DIY Beauty and Personal Care ingredient
✔️ It's a natural deodorizer, making it perfect for eliminating odors in your fridge, laundry, and even your carpet
a natural scouring powder, great for removing stains and grime from surfaces such as kitchen counters, sinks, and bathtubs.
Natural alternative to chemical-based descalers, making it perfect for cleaning your coffee maker and keeping your drains flowing smoothly.
righten laundry and remove soap scum from shower doors and walls.
✔️ Toothpaste: Sodium Bicarbonate can be used as a natural alternative to commercial toothpastes. It can help to remove plaque and stains from the teeth, freshen breath, and neutralize acidity.
✔️ Facial scrubs: Mixing sodium bicarbonate with a gentle cleanser or oil can create a gentle exfoliating scrub for the face. It can help to remove dead skin cells, unclog pores, and leave the skin feeling smooth and refreshed.
✔️ Deodorant: Sodium Bicarbonate can be used as a natural deodorant by mixing it with a small amount of water to form a paste and apply it under the arm. It can neutralize odors and absorb moisture.
✔️ Shampoo: Mixing a small amount of baking soda with your regular shampoo can help to remove build-up from hair products and leave it feeling clean and refreshed.
✔️ Foot soak: Mixing baking soda with warm water can create a soothing foot soak that can help to soften rough skin and reduce odors.
✔️ Sunburn relief: Mixing baking soda with water can create a paste that can be applied to sunburned skin to help soothe and reduce redness.
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Sodium Bicarbonate (baking soda) - United States
Please, keep out of reach of children and pets. If contact with the eyes occurs, rinse with fresh water for 15 minutes. If ingested, drink plenty of fresh water. Seek medical attention if problems persist.
Sodium Bicarbonate, commonly known as baking soda, is a naturally occurring mineral that is primarily sourced from natural deposits of sodium carbonate, which is then processed and refined to create the final product.