Dear ladies, use activated charcoal for perfect skin on your face
Did you know that activated charcoal is added to the face cleaners and face masks because of its ability to absorb toxins and pollutants? And this is something very effective. You can find activated charcoal tablets in every pharmacy.
You should know that activated charcoal is a great tool for cleaning the skin!
Thanks to its natural detoxifying properties, it could also be used for whitening the teeth and to remove food poisons from the body and purify it!
Stay beautiful with activated charcoal
The biggest skin problem women have is clogging the pores.
Every woman fights with black spots and does everything to get rid of them and prevent their reappearance (and they always come back).
It turns out that by you using charcoal for cleaning the skin only 2 times a week, you will have a brilliant face skin.
Activated charcoal is a wonderful exfoliating cleanser that is slightly mixed with water.
You need to make it as soft “gruel” and start rubbing your skin with it.
You will feel how it literally sucks the dirt from the pores. It has a really deep facial cleansing effect without being too abrasive.
Many women in the beauty forums are amazed by the effect of activated carbon.
A 32 years old woman says: “I tried it for the first time, maybe a month ago, and I feel that every time my skin becomes like velvet.
The first time I used the product and rinsed my face, my skin was incredibly smooth and soft. I realize that changing the cleaning product always makes the skin feel a little bit different, but I’ve used tons of skincare products and I can tell that my skin has never felt this way. Definitely my face looks clearer and it’s easier to put makeup every day.”
Activated charcoal has a very strong absorbency, but this is not something new.
It is used in hospital emergency rooms for years to treat alcohol poisoning and drug overdoses. It works by binding the toxins in the stomach and absorbing them before entering the bloodstream. Activated charcoal has similar action when used in cosmetic products: it acts as a magnet that attracts and absorbs dust and grease from the pores.
“When dirt and grease from the pores come in contact with the carbon they are sucked from them and then should be washed off with water”, says cosmetic chemist Ni’Kita Wilson.
References: allure.com, tatipasa.empowernetwork.com