Can you imagine that aspirin can be used for another purpose, not just as a painkiller? This drug has some amazing ingredients that many cannot imagine. Here are 8 ways to use acetylsalicylic acid that are welcome for anyone.
Helps with finger pain
Thanks to anti-inflammatory agents, aspirin reduces swelling of the fingers and soothes the skin. You just need to crush two or three tablets (it is important not to coat them) and mix them with lemon juice. Apply the mixture on your finger, hold for about a minute, then wash your finger. Do not use this mixture before sunrise.
It soothes scratching after insect bites
Aspirin will help and reduce swelling and itching caused by mosquito bites. Dissolve the aspirin tablet in water to obtain a paste. Apply it at the site of the sting and hold for a few minutes.
Reduces the appearance of pores on the face
Aspirin normalizes the secretion of sebaceous glands and also reduces the depth of the pores, and the skin becomes radiant and soft.
Preparation of this mask takes no more than five minutes:
7 non-coated tablets of aspirin
3 tablespoons of natural yogurt
1 tablespoon of honey
Apply the mask on clean skin, hold for 3-5 minutes, then rinse.
It acts as a peeling
Acetylsalicylic acid is great for dead epidermal cells. To make this mixture, you need to mix water with several tablets. If your skin is too sensitive, be careful – it can cause irritation.
Solves the problem with the scalp
Break two tablets and mix them with your shampoo.
Removes sweat traces from clothes
Aspirin can extend the shelf life of your clothing that you thought was already destroyed. Remove five aspirin tablets and add a detergent. Apply the mixture to the desired surface, leave for half an hour and then rinse.
It prolongs the life of fresh flowers
The bouquet of flowers will last longer if you insert an aspirin tablet in the water. This is because aspirin changes the Ph value of water and the proliferation of bacteria in the water slows down.
In 200 ml. water dissolve 2 tablets of aspirin, vitamin A capsule, 1 teaspoon of sea salt and a little vegetable oil.
Hold for ten minutes and then wipe your hands with plain paper.