The baking industry requires specific equipment for their baked goods. Most of the larger bakeries cannot operate without industrial baking ovens. They need these as there is always the specific need for the different types of baking.
In most cases using baking soda for acne is perfectly safe. In some cases it can irritate the skin. In such cases use a weaker mixture and use it less often.
Naturally, baking soda generates and expels carbon dioxide (which is safe). When baking goodies, this is what creates the fluff and rise in the yeast. But, think about what this does if the baking soda is mixed in with homemade bath salts contained a nearly full glass jar where there’s not much empty space. Talk about a date with bath salt bombs.
Second, you need to look at your competition. Who else is serving your target market’s needs? What are they charging? Is your target market satisfied with their product choices? Third, you need to pay attention to pricing. You will need to look at the competition and determine whether the prices you want to charge are reasonable.
It can’t be used as a substitute for detergent for washing your clothes. For washing clothes, you need soap in some form, whether you use powdered detergent, liquid detergent, grated soap flakes or melted down soap scraps. However, adding baking soda to your washing load can help to get rid of strong smells and can also help to brighten whites. For cloth nappies, however, don’t use it, as this will increase the rash-causing alkalinity. Add vinegar to a load of nappies instead to neutralise the alkalinity in the residual urine.
Bacteria in general blossom in acidic setting. Baking powder is highly alkaline. It can get rid of acne causing bacteria by neutralizing the acidity they require. In addition to killing bacteria baking soda helps to keep your skin pores open. Mixed with water it makes for an excellent exfoliant. It also helps to remove excess oil from your skin.
By now, I think you’re equipped to handle baking quite well. Follow these simple, easy to follow steps and before you know it, you’ll have turned into a master baker. Good Luck with that!