Does Baking Soda Remove Blackheads?

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Yes, a paste with a ratio of 1/2 teaspoon baking soda to 1/2 teaspoon water can be used to treat blackheads. Baking soda neutralizes the skin's pH, thereby causing it to produce less of the body's natural oils that clog pores and promote blackheads.
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When baking soda is applied to blackheads, it triggers the body to produce less sebum and clear up the existing blackheads. Baking powder is also a relatively mild treatment for blackheads and can be used daily. Blackheads are caused by over accumulation of sebum resulting to clogging at then pores.
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