Bicarb Bath: Pure Bi-carb Soda (Aluminium Free) 500g
Pure Bicarbonate of Soda
This Australian product is aluminum free, gluten free and GMO free. Bicarb Bath is prepackaged specifically for the purpose of bath soaking benefits. It will alkaline the body to aid in the treatment of various conditions and is a wonderful alternative chemical free cleaning agent.
Uses for Bicarbonate of Soda
- Bath alkaline soaking to balance the pH of the skin.
- Cleaning and removing caster oil from the skin after a caster oil application.
- Urinary tract infections (UTIs) Soaking in a Bicarb Bath may help to neutralize the acid in your urine, remove germs, and aid in healing. It may also relieve painful urination. Add ½ to 1 cup cup of Bicarb Bath to a shallow warm bath and soak for 20 minutes.
- Candida: Bicarb Bath can help soothe inflamed skin and reduce irritation and itching. Soaking in a warm tub with ½ to 1 cup of Bicarb Bath may help reduce symptoms.
- Heat Rash, Sunburn, Skin conditions. Add ½ cups or more of Bicarbonate of Soda to your bath water. This also helps to smooth and soften skin and can be very relaxing.
- Insect bites and rashes: to relieve discomfort. Make a paste with water.
- Brush your teeth and whiten them. Wet your brush with olive oil and dip it into the dry Bi-carb and brush.
- Deodorant.Combine ½ cup of bicarbonate of soda with ½ cup of corn starch and add a few mint leaves. Shake and pour into a container with a lid. To use: apply with dry washcloth & dust on. Alternately reuse an empty spice jar and sprinkle onto damp armpit. For unscented deodorant, omit the mint leaves.
- Household Cleaning. Simply use as a deodoriser and cleaner around the home.
The following recipe works wonders for washing your hair.
1. Use an old shampoo bottle (well-rinsed) Mix 1 part aluminum-free baking soda to 3 parts Water. Each time you use this solution, be sure to shake the mixture well.
2. Squeeze the baking soda solution onto your dry scalp, then massage your scalp for several seconds.
3. Leave in for 1-3 minutes, and rinse completely.
4. In an old shampoo bottle (well-rinsed), mix 1 part Apple cider vinegar or White Vinegar if you find the smell a little strong to 4 parts Water. Essential oils or herbs are optional (such as 1 cinnamon stick or 1 vanilla pod which will last through several bottles of mixture. You could also add 1/2 teaspon of vanilla essence). The aim is to masks the vinegar smell, and leaves your hair smelling nice, although the general rule states that the vinegar smell will dissipate when the hair is dry.
5. Leave on hair for several seconds, then rinse.
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