Facial masks are regarded facial treatments to be used on occasion rather than as everyday skincare. This is mostly due to the concentrated chemicals included in face masks. One of the finest ways to unwind after a hard week is to apply a favorite face mask and let it work its skincare magic.
mostly made from coconut shells Charcoal has a sponge-like texture when studied under a microscope. This spongy structure quickly absorbs other contaminants, which is why charcoal is employed in water filters.
The absorbent characteristics of charcoal are well-used in cosmetics, such as masks, deodorants, and face cleansers. Charcoal has a huge surface area due to its spongy nature, which allows it to ‘take up’ items such as dust and debris, as well as excess sebum and oils from the skin.
As previously stated, charcoal is the byproduct of burning materials such as wood and coconut shells. This substance is then subjected to different procedures, including steam treatment, which expands the surface area and causes the charcoal to become ‘activated.’
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Weigh all ingredients
Mix all ingredients in a bowl
For application, mix with a little water and apply on the face
This might be one of the reasons why charcoal-containing cosmetic products use marketing buzzwords like ‘pore-cleansing’ or ‘blackhead removal.’