The uses of expired sugar include: maintaining the luster of silk clothes, promoting the rooting and germination of aquatic plants, removing human skin cutin, whitening and anti-aging, moisturizing the skin and so on.
As we all know, white sugar has a shelf life and cannot be eaten after the shelf life. Many people think it’s too bad to throw it away. They just want to know what other uses of expired white sugar are. Let’s learn about it together.
Keep the silk clothes shiny
Silk is made of protein, and the fibers are hard to maintain and fade easily. Stir in some expired white sugar in water and soak your clothes for 10 minutes to keep them shiny.
Promotes rooting and germination of aquatic plants
If you want to grow aquatic plants at home, you can first mix sugar and water in a ratio of 1:20. Then soak the aquatic plants with the mixed sugar water, which can promote the rooting and germination of the aquatic plants.
Exfoliate human skin.
Put the expired sugar in a small bowl, then pour in some glycerin, add some honey, and stir into a paste.
Can Whiten anti-aging
When using facial cleanser, add expired white sugar to the facial cleanser, then put it on the face and rub it carefully, and use it once a week, which can not only whiten the skin, but also delay skin aging and remove acne scars.
Moisturizes the skin
Mix an appropriate amount of olive oil and expired white granulated sugar, and then apply it directly to the lips and gently massage, which can remove the cutin on the lips, and apply it to the hands to have the same effect.