Facial Soap with Activated Charchoal and Brazillian clays.
Activated charcoal chemically binds other substances to its surface and hold them there, so molecules adhere just to the surface of the activated carbon. This is called “adsorption” (not the same as absorption where one substance is incorporated into another).
Charcoal can adsorb thousands of times its own weight. As mentioned before, it also has an incredibly large surface area due to all its pores – one cubic inch of charcoal has the surface area equivalent to a 150,000 square-foot field which is a lot of adsorption power!
That’s why just a bit of charcoal can absorb so many toxins from our skin.
People have been using activated charcoal for thousands of years. Its detoxifying properties have been used by ancient Egyptians or Native Americans. In the early 20th century, activated charcoal was used to remove the colour of sugar, was even used in World War I in gas masks to prevent soldiers from being poisoned by chemical exposure.
Purple clay benefits are mostly anti-aging. Magnesium, after all, helps ensure healthy skin cells, which can make you look younger. Purple Brazilian clay can also help prevent your skin from absorbing
environmental contaminants and impurities.
The Pink Clay is rich in iron. At the same time while it absorbs toxins and excess of oiliness of the skin, provides the minerals needed to return the freshness and the natural glow of skin and hair, making it silky and soft. It is the softest of all clays, rich in mineral salts and with naturally healing properties. It is suitable for sensitive and delicate skin. Vitalizes the skin, restores natural luminosity (brightness and vigor), increases circulation, with is antiacne and antiseborrheic action. Being extremely soft it can be used all day without drying the skin.
Ingredients are distilled water, and/ or coconut milk, almond milk, apple juice, rice milk, aloe vera juice ( aloe barbadensis leaf juice),beer and sodium hydroxide ( lye) Coconut oil (Cocos Nucifera.) Palm oil (Elaeis guineensis). Olive oil (olea europaea). Castor oil (ricinus communis seed oil). Grapeseed oil (vitis vinifera seed oil). Sunflower oil( helianthus annuus). Safflower oil (Carthamus tinctorius seed oil). Avocado oil (persea gratissima oil). Ricebran oil (Oryza sativa brand oil). Soybean oil (glycine soja). Mustard oil, (brassica alba seed oi)l. Sesame oil (organic sesamum indicum). Canola oil (brassica campestris seed oil). Oils can be infused with chamomile flowers, calendula, dandelion indigo powder, annetto seeds, variety of teas. Shea butter *butyrospermum parkii.) Mango butter( Mangifera indica seed butter). Cocoa butter (theobroma cacao seed butter). Bacuri butter (platonia insignis seed)
Handmade soaps have a high content of glycerin, and this makes them naturally hydrating and good for the skin. Glycerin is an essential humectant that naturally draws moisture from the environment deep into the skin when applied.
Artisanal soap ,plant based soaps.
Scents are all natural derived from essential oils, or nature like or fragrance oils. All of the above are skin safe and cosmetic grade .
Variations in color based on natural colors ,plant extracts and or micas, pigments, oxides.