Black soap – active charcoal for skincare
Hello girls, today I’m talking about some really special skincare products, like mud soap based on activated charcoal . The emblem of the Black Soap, in fact, is a bar of soap whose shape is reminiscent of a piece of natural charcoal.
Black soap – tradition
Activated charcoal powder can also be used as a body scrub, to eliminate dead cells in a gentle way without irritating the skin. It is also a precious ingredient for the hair, because it thoroughly purifies the skin and helps to counteract unpleasant odors, giving relief to oily skin and dandruff problems. But its cosmetic properties do not end there: being a natural ingredient is also tolerated by those who usually have allergies to pigments, which is why it is used as a natural dye for some cosmetic products such as eye shadows and organic pencils.
Once again, nature offers us a truly effective remedy without contraindications for our well-being!
Black soap – active charcoal soap
This soap is definitely the highlight of the whole line: it reproduces in all respects the shape of a piece of coal!
The ingredients are as follows:
Aqua, Glycerin, Sorbitol, Sodium Palm Kernelate, Sodium Stearate, Sodium Oleate, Sodium Chloride, Citric Acid, Sodium Citrate, Pentasodium Pentetate, Tetrasodium Etidronate, Activated Charcoal.
It is a soap based on glycerine and activated charcoal, so it has properties markedly antibacterial and anti-inflammatory, it is ideal for cleansing impure, irritated and sensitive skin, which seek a purifying but not aggressive effect.
The aspect that I have most appreciated of this product, in fact, is its extreme effectiveness combined with a great delicacy. I have a mixed skin, sensitive and with imperfections and while using this product for daily cleansing morning and evening I have never encountered problems of dryness, even in the cheek area and the sides of the mouth, where usually too aggressive products I generate chapping and cuticles.
Given the size of the soap, for my convenience I have divided it into two equal parts, using one at a time. It releases a very soft and almost creamy gray foam, which contains small grains of coal dust inside it, thus allowing a very slight exfoliation to be carried out.
As a facial cleanser I really enjoyed it, the skin remains beautiful soft, perfectly cleansed from any residue of sebum or makeup but never dry. It seems to me that it has also helped imperfections on the front: with constant use I noticed an improvement also from this point of view.