Impurities, dirt, and air pollution can all take a toll on our skin and hair each day, making it appear dull and irritated. For skin and hair deep cleaning, activated charcoal may sound like an unlikely ingredient, but it has already been effectively used for thousands of years!
- Deep cleaning.
- Purified complexion.
- Unclogs pores
- Balances oily skin.
- Gently exfoliates.
- Soothes bug bites, scrapes, cuts, and irritations.
- Reduces dandruff and heals scalp.
- Helps relieve oily and itchy scalps.
- Fights acne and blackheads.
- Rid your hair of toxins
- Add volume to your hair
Recently, charcoal has gained popularity for its skin and hair benefits. Free from harmful chemicals, this all natural wonder can help draw out impurities in your skin, creating beautiful results, including a fresher, healthier appearance and a radiant glow.
How It Works:
- Activated charcoal is charcoal that has been treated with heat or oxygen to increase its ability to absorb
- Activated charcoal draws bacteria, poisons, chemicals, dirt and other micro-particles to the surface of skin, thereby fighting acne and helping you to achieve a flawless complexion.
- Charcoal is not metabolized, adsorbed or absorbed by the body, but it can be used to treat some poisonous bites and disinfect some wounds. Activated charcoal powder is proven to adsorb thousands of times its own mass in harmful substances, which makes it a popular ingredient in facial masks.
- And because it absorbs 100-200 times its weight in fluids (like oil and water) and possesses a magnetic-like quality when it comes to attracting oil and dirt, charcoal is especially effective in degreasing and unclogging even the most stubborn pores in men’s skin, which is oilier and thicker than women’s.
- sea salt
- charcoal powder
- glyceryl stearate
- hydrogenated avocado oil
- hyaluronic acid
- simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed oil
- citronella essential oil
- hydrogenated apricot kernel oil
- centella asiatica extract
- calendula officinalis extract.
How To Use
- Clean face or body.
- Apply a small amount of the scrub to the palm of your hand, then massage it over a clean face or body part for about 30 seconds.
- Cover your entire face, including your forehead, cheeks, and nose. Do not apply charcoal near the eyes, however.
- Wait 3 minutes.
- Rinse the scrub off with warm water or a warm washcloth. Some dirt and toxins should come off with the mask.
- After exfoliating, moisturize.
- Use 2-3 times a week for best results