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Baking soda skincare? We tried a natural honey, olive oil and baking soda face mask


It is a well-known fact that the use of baking soda goes beyond cooking: It's also good for removing stains, cleaning appliances and deodorizing. According to Dr. Josh Axe's website, baking soda has a lot of health benefits as well - it helps balance the pH level, softens skin, relieves itchy skin, helps remove plaque and even acts as a great face exfoliator.

So we did what we had to do: Test out a face mask made with baking soda to test out all of these claims.

For this honey, olive oil and baking soda face mask, we used 1 tsp of olive oil, 1/2 tsp of honey and 1 tsp of baking soda. That should yield enough material for one person.

Because we had two different people try it out, and of course their skin types are different (Ryan on the oily side and Taylor on the dry, acne-prone side), we had two completely opposite reactions. Watch the video above to find out how they felt about the masks.

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