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  1. I stopped using soap on my face two weeks ago. I started using baking soda to clean my face two weeks ago. I first made a paste with baking soda and water and scrubbed it on my face gently. It felt good, and was a gentle exfoliator. When my face dried, however, my skin felt very very tight. That means skin is too dry and that is not healthy for your skin. Baking soda is also very alkaline, which means it has a high pH of 9. Water only has a pH of 7. Our skin naturally has a pH of about 5. For th
  2. I started washing my hair with a diluted solution of baking soda and water, and it has been getting on my face. I thought it was pretty gentle, but according to this: http://www.health24.com/medical/Condition_centres/777-792-823-1841,15329.asp I should not put any of that on my face. It says the pH of a face is 5,5 and the pH of soaps can be 9-11!
  3. I have this same question. I have stopped using soap or any cleaners on my face since 9 days ago. I have been rinsing or rubbing my face with baking soda diluted in water since then. My face is healing and looking more like a face than like it was before. Some parts are glowing. I also started taking fish oil pills a few days ago. Today I am switching to the only water method entirely. I do have quite a bit of dead skin forming and sebum (dry points) and I don't know why. I guess that's how it's
  4. Has everyone read this? http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0000526/ />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naproxen#Risks_and_adverse_effects />http://www.webmd.com/drugs/mono-1289-NAPROXEN+-+ORAL.aspx?drugid=5173&drugname=naproxen+Oral&source=0 It says that it actually heightens the likelihood of a heart attack, where advil decreases it. I would think twice before using anything like that to cure something that isn't going to kill you.