Charcoal is known for its ability to absorb and draw out oil from the skin. This makes charcoal a fantastic addition to soaps, scrubs, masks and more. Activated charcoal, on the other hand, is most commonly used for medical, beauty or purification processes. To become “activated,” the charcoal goes through a high temperature steam activation process. This process increases its surface area, which increases the charcoal’s ability to absorb and filter. This makes activated charcoal the proper choice for medical and cosmetic use. In particular, activated charcoal is fantastic for oily skin. Its ability to absorb oil and dirt from pores leaves skin feeling balanced. Charcoal can create a gray lather and transfer color to a washcloth. I have not found charcoal soap stains washcloths permanently.
RED MOROCCAN CLAY:
Red Moroccan clay is one of the purest forms of cosmetic clays found. It removes impurities and toxins from the skin, while moisturizing. Red Moroccan Clay powder contains minerals that help nourish the skin. The powder removes impurities from the skin while it is drying, then shrinks the size of the pores of your face as it dries; also adding moisture to your skin. Red Moroccan Clay powder will produce an orange/red color in soap.
TEA TREE OIL:
It has remarkable antibacterial, anti-fungal, antiseptic, antimicrobial and fungicidal properties, making it an excellent natural treatment for acne. Regular use of tea tree oil soap can help you get rid of all sorts of blemishes developed on your skin. The anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties of the essential oil help in limiting the growth of microbes, preventing them from coming back, and decreasing inflammation. As a result, your blemishes start to vanish and you get a smooth, even-toned and radiant skin. Using tea tree oil soap on your acne-prone skin can be a great solution for you to treat acne successfully. Curing acne as well as other related issues and controlling further outbreaks, using this oil, will do each and everything for you without causing dryness, itchiness, burning sensation or any other inflammation in your skin.
Tea tree essential oil in soap makes it a wonderful antifungal compound. It can avert the growth and development of fungi on our skin and naturally help control a number of skin conditions (or, infections), such as eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis, athlete’s foot in a truly effective way.
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU COMBINE CHARCOAL, RED MOROCCAN CLAY AND TEA TREE OIL?
It means beautiful, radiant, glowing, clear skin! And who does not want that? How many bars can I handcraft for you?