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No, No and no... A simple google search for the words "baking soda hair" reveals: "Baking soda may cause long-term damage and hair breakage" http://www.healthline.com/health/beauty-skin-care/baking-soda-hair#overview1 People use baking soda + vinegar to clean combs and drains... Don't put it on your hair unless you look like Bruce Willis and going ...


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When things like dead skin or cosmetic build-up get into your pores and plug them up, and that pore is still producing its normal amount of sebum, that's when it becomes a whitehead or blackhead. Whiteheads lie below the surface of your skin and blackheads are at the surface. Both blackheads and whiteheads, says Dr. Chwalek, occur "when a pore gets blocked ...


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