Activated Charcoal Soap

Activated Charcoal Soap

♥ Details: 4 ounce bar of hand crafted, Activated Charcoal and Goat's Milk Soap. 

This soap is great for all types of skin, but specifically for problem skin on face, backs, or chest area. Charcoal pulls toxins from the pores and lightly exfoliates. Goat's Milk soap is known for it's moisturizing qualities and charcoal helps to gently draw out impurities in the skin. Activated charcoal means the carbon is infused with oxygen and is prepared for human ingestion and skincare products. Activated charcoal is one of the most absorbent cosmetic ingredients, and able to absorb thousands of times its own weight and has natural antibacterial properties. Activated charcoal soap is perfect for oily and problem prone skin types and may prevent further breakouts, is anti-aging ingredient, tighten pores, and leaves skin very smooth. It also reduces inflammation and redness.

Simply soap up face (or other problem areas) and leave soap on for about 3-5 minutes, then rinse/wipe off with warm water and wash cloth. For best results use twice daily. Keep away from eyes.

Ingredients: Ingredients are:
Glycerine, Palm Oil, Coconut Oil, Lauric Acid, Purified Water, Sodium Hydroxide, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Sorbitol, Triethanolamine, Sodium Chloride, Goat’s Milk Powder, EDTA, Titanium Dioxide, Charcoal powder

Goats Milk is a very mild soap and can be used by all skin types and for those with skin problems. Perfect for children and infants. Lavender is known for it calming and relaxing qualities.  Goat milk contains lots of nutrients like fats, proteins and other hormones that naturally benefit all types of skin. 

pH Level
Goat milk soap has a pH level similar to human skin.

The moisturizing benefits of goat milk soap are far greater than that of harsh commercial soaps because of the natural creams and enzymes in goat's milk.

Sensitive Skin
This reduces the risk of skin irritation and allergic reactions.

Goat milk soap sloughs off old skin because of the alpha-hydroxy acids found naturally in the goat's milk.