8 Clever Ways To Use Baking Soda Outside Of The Kitchen

Women around the world collectively spend about $426 billion on beauty products every year. Whether you are trying to keep your scalp healthy, keep your skin looking young, or make your nails look fabulous, you can do this all for $1. That’s right, one dollar. What is this mystery product? Well, it is not much of a mystery; rather, it is very common and accessible to everyone.

Baking soda is where it’s at. It isn’t just an ingredient in your favorite cookie recipe. There are a lot of ways to use baking soda, and you won’t have to go to the store every other day to get beauty supplies! Plus, most beauty supplies contain chemicals that can impair the way your body eliminates toxins. Start saving money, caring for your body, and try out these baking soda beauty hacks.

These are just a few uses for baking soda:

  • It Whitens teeth
  • It gets rid of blemishes
  • It cleans your jewelry

Baking soda is one of those magical ingredients that everyone has in their pantry, and it has so many different uses.

Sodium bicarbonate, referred to as ‘baking soda,’ is primarily used in baking, as a leavening agent, but these are the uses you might not be aware of:

 1. Baking Soda can be used as a face scrub. Simply combine it with warm water, and then splash your face with warm water and dab it dry.

2. It can be used to whiten teeth by mixing several teaspoons of baking soda with fresh lemon juice or water. Make a paste and apply it to your teeth with a toothbrush. Leave it on for 1 minute and rinse.

3. Baking soda can deodorize your mattress. Use the entire box and rub it into the bed which gives your mattress a deep cleaning. Add some essential oil like lavender for a fresh scent.

4. Soaking your jewelry in baking soda and water will make it shine like new. Just pour water and baking soda and let your jewelry sit, then rinse it off.


5. Baking soda can also be used to clean your oven. Douse the inside of your oven with baking soda and scrub away all the nasty stains and food buildup.