Men and women who regularly encounter break outs can help their condition by using a face mask containing activated charcoal.
Activated charcoal* is an amazing substance. In fact, it’s the go-to ingredient for many doctors and skincare specialists around the world.
Why? Activated charcoal has the power to draw out impurities from the body, such as bacteria, poisons, chemicals and dirt.
In medicine, it can draw toxins to the surface of the skin and away from the bloodstream.
In cosmetics, it has the pulling power to extract dirt and oil that clog up pores, making it a superior ingredient in the treatment of acne.
What’s old is new again
Charcoal has been used for centuries for medicinal purposes. It is believed the Ancient Egyptians used charcoal for disinfecting against sicknesses and as a poultice to clean wounds. And the North American Indians used it to ease inflammation and bruises in skin infections.
Forget about modern technology, it would seem what’s old is new again! Today, activated charcoal is used in hospitals around the globe to treat poisonings and overdoses.
Activated charcoal works by attaching to, and absorbing, toxins and grime. The charcoal pulls them to the surface of the skin, making it easy to wash away.
The pulling power of activated charcoal is replicated in beauty products. The black substance acts like a magnet, absorbing dirt, oil and pollutants that clog pores and cause breakouts, making skincare containing the ingredient a superior product in the treatment of acne.
Cleaning your skin with a face wash containing activated charcoal will draw out the grime in your pores, making it easy to wash away. The result is thoroughly clean skin and a flawless complexion.
Fountain activated charcoal skincare for men and women
*Activated charcoal is finely ground then steamed, enabling it to absorb two to three times better than regular charcoal.