Activated Charcoal Bar Soap

What is Activated Charcoal Soap?

What is Activated Charcoal Soap?

Activated charcoal is a type of carbon that has been processed to make it more porous. It's this characteristic that gives activated charcoal its unique ability to trap toxins and impurities from the skin and draw them out through the pores.
Activated charcoal soap is made by mixing activated charcoal with lye, water and oils (coconut oil or olive oil). The mixture is then heated in a slow cooker until all ingredients are combined into one lumpy mass called "lye soap". The lye soap can be left as is or poured into molds for easier use later on!

The Benefits of Activated Charcoal Soap

  • This soap is packed with activated charcoal, which absorbs toxins and impurities.
  • It also controls oil levels so you don't have to worry about getting a greasy face.
  • The gentle exfoliation helps to remove dead skin cells, leaving your face feeling soft and smooth.

Activated Charcoal Bar Soap

How to Use Activated Charcoal Soap

Activated charcoal soap is a great addition to your facial care routine. It can be used on its own or in conjunction with other products, such as masks and serums.
If you're looking for an all-natural way to cleanse your skin without stripping it of moisture, then this is the perfect product for you!
However, if you have very sensitive skin or are prone to breakouts when using new skincare products (especially those containing charcoal), we recommend trying out a small sample first before purchasing a full bar of soap.

Tips for Using Activated Charcoal Soap

  • Moisturize after using it.
  • Use it in moderation.
  • Avoid contact with eyes.

Risks of Activated Charcoal Soap

While the benefits of activated charcoal soap are many, there are also some risks to consider.

  • Dryness: This can be an issue for those with sensitive skin or who use the soap too often. Dryness can be alleviated by using a moisturizer or lotion after showering.
  • Skin irritation: If your skin is especially sensitive, it may react negatively to this type of soap. Avoid using it if you have open wounds or cuts on your body as well; this could cause further irritation and damage to already damaged tissue!
  • Potential allergic reactions: If you've never used activated charcoal before and notice any unusual symptoms after using it (such as itching), discontinue use immediately and consult a doctor if necessary!

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