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Charcoal Detox Soap

Vendor
Wild Sage & Co
Regular price
£4.80
Sale price
£4.80
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I know it might seem counterintuitive to wash your skin with a charcoal soap, but charcoal is great for your skin. Strange as it may seem activated charcoal does wonders to brighten the complexion and cleanse pores. You can use this soap as part of your daily routine for face, hands and body.

For over 10,000 years Charcoal has been used in Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine to detox the body. It works by binding to toxins and chemicals in the skin, deeply penetrating pores and capturing dirt and grime so you can easily wash them away. This means the topical use of charcoal can be effective for pore decongestion, making it excellent for oily, blemish prone skin.

  •  Activated Charcoal Powder draws out impurities in the skin, helping to fight acne and excess sebum.
  • Rapeseed oil is packed full of Vitamin E and K which smooth fine lines and reduce the signs of aging. Often used in hair care treatments, its high vitamin and mineral content also make it great for tackling acne and blemishes.
  • Organic Shea butter is well known as a deeply moisturising butter, high in levels of vitamin A it is known to improve skins elasticity and reduce the appearance of marks and scars.
  • Green clay gently draws out and readily absorbs impurities in the skin, allowing them to be washed away. It stimulates the blood flow leaving skin feeling soft, supple and revitalised.

Ingredients

Sodium Cocoate (Coconut Oil), Sodium Olivate (Extra Virgin Olive Oil), Sodium Rapeseedate (Cold Pressed Rapeseed Oil), Sodium Sunflowerate (Sunflower Oil), Aqua (water), Sodium Sheabutterate (Organic Shea Butter), Sodium Castorate (Cold Pressed Castor Oil), Citrus Paradisi (Grapefruit Essential Oil), Cymbopogon Martinii (Palmarosa Essential Oil), Bamboo Charcoal Powder, Green Ultra Ventilated Argiletz French Clay, *Linalool,*Limonene,*Farnesol, *Geraniol,*Citral (*Naturally occurring in Essential Oils) Glycerine (Naturally occurring in the soap making process).