Bamboo Activated Charcoal Soap

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Phaii Bamboo Charcoal Soap Is The Answer To Powerful Skin Cleansing And Detoxification Have you spent large amounts of money seeking relief from your persistent skin conditions? Are you tired of the ineffective, harsh skin products that flood the market these days? So are we. Phai is proud to offer you the best, artisanal skin cleanser and detoxifier you could ever get. Superior Natural Skin Care Your acne-prone, eczema or psoriasis troubled skin needs natural solutions to help it regain its natural balance, reduce excess oiliness and prevent irritation. Phaii Bamboo Charcoal Soap is an impressive skin detoxifier and cleanser that also protects your skinís sensitive needs. Get the smooth, radiant skin you’ve always dreamed of with this small yet powerful addition to your beauty and skincare routine. Our bamboo charcoal soap will revamp your skin, from head to toe. You will look stunning and incandescent, thanks to your gleaming skin and uplifted mood! What are you waiting for?


Is charcoal good for your skin ?

Activated charcoal draws bacteria, poisons, chemicals, dirt and other micro-particles to the surface of skin, helping you to achieve a flawless complexion and fight acne.Charcoal is not metabolized, adsorbed or absorbed by the body, but it can be used to treat some poisonous bites and disinfect some wounds.

Skin and Body Health

Activated charcoal uses extend beyond internal applications. For external treatments, it’s effective at treating body odor and acne and relieving discomfort from insect bites, rashes from poison ivy or poison oak, and snake bites.

After a mosquito bite or bee sting, mix one capsule of activated charcoal with ½ tablespoon of coconut oil, and dab on affected area. Reapply every 30 minutes until itching and discomfort are gone. As activated charcoal stains nearly everything it touches, wrap with a bandage.

To treat bites from snakes and spiders, including the Brown Recluse or Black Widow, you want to cover a larger area than just a small bandage, as the bacteria and viruses that lead to tissue damage need to be mitigated quickly.

Create a wrap out of fabric that’s big enough to go around the affected area twice. Dab the mixture of coconut oil and activated charcoal on the fabric, and wrap. Secure with bandages. Reapply every two to three hours, rinsing well between applications.

To treat acne, mix one capsule of activated charcoal with two teaspoons of aloe vera gel, and smooth over face. Let dry and rinse off completely. The activated charcoal binds with environmental toxins and dirt that contribute to acne. It’s also good for spot treatments.

What Can Bamboo Charcoal Do for Your Skin?

Believe it or not, applying a little soot to your skin can leave it cleaner than ever. In fact, charcoal, that ol’ barbecue staple, is almost as essential to a healthy complexion as it is to a proper backyard cookout. An array of luxe grooming products call upon charcoal made from bamboo, for its power to absorb impurities and toxins. Here’s what you need to know about this super ingredient.

First, a little background: The earliest documented use of bamboo charcoal dates back to the Ming Dynasty. Chinese healers used “the black diamond” to formulate medicines and filter water for tea. The charcoal also “sweetened” the tea by infusing minerals such as calcium, magnesium, and potassium.

Even more effective at drawing out pollutants is what’s known as “activated” bamboo charcoal—charcoal that has been pulverized and steamed, giving it a wider surface area and thereby enabling it to absorb a higher volume of bacteria, toxins, and micro-particles.

Because of its capacity for drawing out filth from pores (without being absorbed itself), activated bamboo charcoal has become a key ingredient in a slew of skincare products. Here are just a few of our favorites:

• Herbivore Botanicals Bamboo Charcoal Soap, which calls upon activated bamboo charcoal to dig dirt from pores, and olive and coconut oils to moisturize.

Raw Materials Sport Fix Soap which uses bamboo charcoal to prevent acne and fight odor.

Mt. Sapola Charcoal Soap, which lifts dirt while simultaneously lifting moods with a bit of aromatherapy.

Brickell Purifying Charcoal Face Wash , which summons charcoal to cleanse pores of bacteria and irritants.



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