Charcoal soap with activated charcoal for acne skin

SKU: 4ST-10
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5,00 €
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Coal soap is a real remedy for typical problems known to all owners of problematic skin. Speaking of blackheads, excessive secretion of sebum, seborrhea, discoloration, enlarged and contaminated pores and other not too pleasant things. And above all, of acne. By using soap with activated charcoal regularly, you will treat your skin with antibacterial and cleansing therapy, for which you are very likely to be paid back with a radiant appearance, and certainly a significant improvement in condition. You will eliminate excessive glow (especially in the T zone), reduce overproduction of sebum and prevent the formation of new blackheads. Just remember to moisturize the skin well after using the soap, because a number of its benefits are sometimes accompanied by a tendency to dry the skin.

Activated charcoal is one of the most important ingredients of this soap. It has strong cleansing properties, absorbing excessive sebum and impurities accumulated on the skin. Used systematically, it cleanses and reduces the amount of sebum produced in the sebaceous glands, which significantly reduces the number of open blackheads (so-called blackheads).

For the most part, the soap performance is getting a very positive response, but please note that due to different skin types and sources of skin problems, we are not able to give you one hundred percent guarantee that it will work in Your case.

INCI: Sodium Cocoate, Sodium Olivate, Sodium Shea Butterate, Activated Charcoal.

Weight: 110 g

Bar dimensions: Approx. 8x5x3 cm

Our soaps are made by hand using the cold method. We don't use machines and complicated algorithms - the whole process is pure craft. Each bar is therefore slightly different and doesn't always look like the one in the picture. If you notice a slight white coating on the top edge of the soap - don't worry - it's just pure glycerine which precipitates during the saponification process. Vegan cosmetic - a product created without the use of raw materials of animal origin.