Aloe butter, cocoa butter soap which has slight scent of chocolate, steam distilled organic essential oil of Frankincense from India, activated charcoal powder from bamboo and slight scent of blueberries.
Coconut oil, safflower oil, kosher vegetable glycerin, unrefined cocoa butter, purifed water, oat protein, sorbitol, Frankincense essential oil (Boswellia serrata), Aloe barbadensis Leaf Extract and steam activated charcoal powder from bamboo.
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Bless the Day
Have you heard enough yet about activated charcoal. I haven't. Activated charcoal–when used in a face mask–binds to dirt and helps pull it out of your pores, making them less visible (it’s the oil and dirt that makes them appear bigger). This leaves your face feeling fresh. (Use it with an exfoliating scrub to get the dead skin off and experience an even deeper clean.)
Oily skin? Activated charcoal may be just the ingredient you need to balance things out. Used in a cleanser or mask, activated charcoal can pull the unwanted excess oils from your skin, leaving it smooth. You’ll want to do this sparingly–once or twice per week at the most–so that you don’t dry out your skin. If you already have dry skin, you’re best to steer clear of it for this use.
Acne? Depending on the specifics of your acne–how severe it is, what’s causing it and what else is going on–activated charcoal may be able to help. In soap form, it’s slightly gritty, which might provide the gentle exfoliating you need. It will also absorb oils and toxins on and below the skin. You can use it as a spot treatment if you don’t want to use it on your whole face–just think of it as a mini mask for your blemish.