Baking Soda: The Best-Kept Beauty Secret?


Baking Soda: More Than Meets the "Eye"?

It is no secret that all of us wish to look our best while out and about. This maxim holds just as true for men as it does for women. Over the years, a number of "remedies" have come and gone. From quality make-up to toning creams and even surgery, it always seems as if beauty stays one step ahead. However, this theory may have been proven wrong thanks to a common product that most of us have in the kitchen!

"Are Your Tired Today?"

Hearing this question is never pleasant. Whether we truly lack sleep or we are simply feeling a bit run down, such an observation is likely to make us feel even lower. It is said that the eyes are the window to the soul and in this case, they can very well speak a thousand words. Dark shadows and puffiness are not only unsightly, but they give the illusion of age and stress. While we have all heard of chemical creams, masks and even the odd cucumber or two, another solution is literally just around the corner.

Baking Soda?

Otherwise known as sodium bicarbonate, baking soda has been a common product within homes for centuries. It is used for cooking, cleaning and it even can be ingested to relive mild acid reflux. It now seems as if there is yet one more purpose for this seemingly diminutive power. Some women are applying baking soda as a topical treatment for dark circles underneath their eyes. Does this tactic actually work and if so, how? Let's take a look at these questions in a bit more detail. You will be surprised at what you may learn!

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