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Journalism & Communication
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Name The semester The Fact Paper Baking Soda: More than a Baking Ingredient Baking soda is known to some people as a material that helps batter to rise (“Baking Soda Overdose”), but to others, it has far more uses (“Brushing Teeth with Baking Soda”; Fassa; Garvin).
Baking soda is generally naturally occurring because it is mined from trona ore, although it can also be chemically made (“Soda Ash” 1-1; “What is Baking Soda?”). Baking soda is an alkali that can be applied on conditions or materials that need pH levels to be adjusted by decreasing the quantity of acid in it (Garvin). It has a gritty structure, and it gives off carbon dioxide when heated (“What is Baking Soda?”). Because of these properties, baking soda can serve numerous beauty, cleaning and health purposes (Fassa; Halvorson; Mercola). Baking soda can be used for beauty purposes. Baking soda can be put in one’s underarms to serve as a deodorant (Marvin). It does not stop sweating, but it can prevent the production of body odour (Marvin). Doctor Joseph Mercola recommends baking soda as a deodorant because it does not have harmful parabens and aluminium that are usually found in commercial deodorants. Apart from baking soda’s deodorizing effect, it can also exfoliate the skin. Doctor Mercola states that a “paste [can be] made from three parts of baking soda combined with 1 part water [and it] can be used as an exfoliator for your face and body. It’s natural, inexpensive and gentle enough to use every day.” Baking soda can exfoliate the skin gently and naturally, so it can be used as a facial and body scrub (Marvin). ...
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