Activated Charcoal Soap
Activated charcoal soap is a great option for cleansing pores. It removes dirt, dead cells and excess oils.
What is activated charcoal?
Charcoal can be made in many ways, from animal bones, coal and most commonly from plants like coconuts, bamboo, and olive pits.
Activated charcoal is formed in two ways, either by heating normal charcoal to very high temperatures or chemically. This changes the internal structure of the charcoal giving it a larger surface area and smaller pores.
Benefits of this amazing soap
Activated charcoal has been used and is still being used today for a variety of things. Today it is used to whiten teeth, reducing gas, and removing toxins from the body since it can bind to them.
In skin care, Charcoal is a great pore cleanser. It clears the skin due to its purifying properties which aids in keeping your skin looking young and may reduce your pores size.
Cleaning the pores via Activated charcoal soap makes sure that any oil secreted from these pores are clean, which reduces the probability of blockage and inflammation which causes blackheads and acne. Additionally, it cleanses all the dirt, dead skin cells and other impurities without stripping the skin from its nutrients. It could even remove acne spots as it acts like a natural and gentle exfoliator.
Activated charcoal soap can be used on sensitive skin too, since active charcoal isn’t a reactive substance. And since it removes toxins and bacteria it may help people suffering with eczema and psoriasis.
Charcoal also prevents pre-mature aging and may reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. It even makes your face look firmer giving your face a “younger look”.
If you suffer from oily skin, this soap is the answer to an oil-free face. For oily skin you could use charcoal soap every day. For combination skin or dry skin try to use it 2-3 times a week.
Olive oil is an important ingredient in making our bar soap. If you would like to learn more about olive oil, you can check our learn section!
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