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You probably have already heard, or maybe even done that trick of using toothpaste on your zits, right?
Many people use toothpaste to dry those pimples that appear out of the blue.
Even though it is considered a homemade treatment for acne, dermatologists do not recommend putting toothpaste on your face; many times, it can even harm your skin, causing redness and scaling.
Some of the ingredients used in toothpaste can dry your face skin so you need to pay attention to the ingredient list.
An example of a substance found in this product is sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS), triclosan or sodium fluoride, which can cause irritations on skin.
Other substances, such as calcium carbonate and zinc will have a more positive effect.
Since these components can be found in products specific for the face, applying toothpaste on this area ends up not being recommended.
Did you know that, many times, a simple white toothpaste contains fewer irritating agents than colorful or transparent products?
We will show you a very famous recipe on the Internet that gets rid of cracks and dead skin cells on your feet and hands using toothpaste and cinnamon. Do you know this mixture?
Usually, dry or cracked skin can be a genetics issue, but it can also be caused by: walking barefoot, using improper or too tight shoes, being overweight, bad eating, inflammatory issues on skin, hot showers, drinking too little water, and more.
This recipe uses only three ingredients that will help treat cracks and also destroy dead skin cells on your feet and hands.
Do you want to learn how to make it?
According to some people who have done this treatment, the results are impressive and efficient.
Do it and share your opinion with us.
When you use this homemade recipe, your feet and hands will be amazingly softer.
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