With your hands you can make a mask, scrub, and soap with activated charcoal. After all, it cleans not only the stomach.
If coal is able to draw toxins and dirt, then it can be used for skin for the same purpose.
Masks based on activated charcoal well cleanse the skin, even deep in the pores. They should be applied 1-2 times a week, especially for oily skin with large pores.
Attention! When working with activated charcoal, it is worth considering that it leaves dirty stains on clothes and on the skin. So act neatly.
This mask is suitable for any type of skin, but before using it is better to do a test on the skin area to see if there is an allergic reaction. You can do this on your hand, and wait 24 hours. It should also be noted that coal masks are similar in effect to clay masks, but cosmetologists acknowledge that coal is a cleaner ingredient than clay.
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1 teaspoon of activated charcoal, 1 teaspoon of aloe vera gel (or pure aloe vera juice), 1 teaspoon of water or rose water, 5 drops of tea tree oil, 1 pinch of sea salt.
Mix everything in a small container and apply to the face with a thin layer. Allow the mask to dry and then rinse. This mask cleanses the skin pores, removes excess sebum, matters the skin.
Facial scrub with activated charcoal
Soap with activated charcoal
Activated charcoal is often used in the formulas of homemade and therapeutic soaps. After all, as we found out above, coal draws out all toxins and pollution. Soap with charcoal is often advised for those who suffer from acne. And many who tried, confirm that the pimples disappear.
Soap with activated charcoal does not harm the skin, it can be used without fear, although some are confused by the black color of the detergent. Coal soap can be bought from those who cook soap on their own, or make themselves. The recipe is simple: powder of activated charcoal is added to the usual base composition. You can melt the usual baby soap and add the powder there, forming a new briquette of soap.