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Activated charcoal black soap and shampoo

Everything originates ancient Asia, particularly used in Asia, which boasts an ancient mining tradition. The rich deposits were already exploited since the twelfth century. And in the nineteenth century several mines were opened, giving the start to the coal processing district.

Thanks to Black Soap, coal has become not only a reference to tradition and the typical wealth of the territory, but also a precious ingredient for the benesse of skin and hair at the base of specific products for skincare.

Black soap – shampoo

This is a product that amazed me, because at the expense of its texture very dense and not easily dilutable, it cleanses the skin very well and manages to keep my hair clean a day longer than normal!

It is a unique combination of activated charcoal , Aloe Vera extract and delicate natural detergent substances. It allows a deep detoxification of the crown and also gives a delicate scrub effect to the scalp thanks to the charcoal particles present inside.

The ingredients are as follows:

Aqua, Decyl Glucoside Lauryl Betaine, Sodium Chloride, Xantham Gum, Phenoxyethanol, Aloe barbadensis, Citric Acid, Benzoic Acid, Dehydroacetic Acid, Activated Charcoal.

As we have already seen, activated carbon is a precious ingredient for oily skin, because it purifies gently but deeply, eliminating any dandruff and the bacteria connected to it. Even the extract of Aloe Vera is very suitable in these cases, because it is an excellent natural anti-dandruff and at the same time nourishes the hair in depth and prevents its fall.

It is a product that must be used with some care, but I can assure you that you will end up loving it!

The texture of this shampoo is very dense, it absolutely needs to be diluted inside a shampoo. The latter must be shaken with energy to make the product dilute evenly. I also point out that it is a shampoo without conditioning ingredients, so it must necessarily be followed by the application of a balm, especially if like me you have long curly hair (on pain of their indestructibility!).

However on my hair (I have long hair, curly, with greasy skin and dry ends, sometimes with dandruff) has really had excellent results: skin purified deep but not excessively defatted, shiny and fluffy hair, the tips have not dried out further and the hair in general has been kept clean for three days (in summer I have to wash them every other day). I really think I’ll buy it again, I was very satisfied!

Roger Walker

Roger is a writer, online marketer and part-time graphics designer with a background in Finance. His real passion, however, lies in helping his clients.

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