DIY Charcoal Mask For Radiant Skin (Only 4 Ingredients)

Everyone should use a face mask once a week to rejuvenate the skin. This DIY charcoal mask is gentle and will leave your skin incredibly soft.

Charcoal has become a “superfood” in cosmetics. The are peel masks, cleansing bars, hand soap and even shampoo made with it. While I don’t particularly use the face peels (they’re too harsh on the skin) I do believe that activated charcoal has some merit to it’s popularity. It has countless uses, but when it comes to natural skincare it’s a game changer. Whether you have oily skin, acne prone skin, or dry skin, charcoal can be used to balance your skin tone and reduce inflamed skin.

DIY Charcoal Mask – 4 Key Ingredients

Applying a cleansing mask to your skin once or twice a week can do wonders for your skin. Here are some reasons I love the ingredients in this recipe:

While there are hundreds of charcoal products on the market I choose to make my own. When it comes to my skincare, I like to make my own products as much as possible. There’s never a question as for whether what I’m putting on my skin is safe or not. Because I made it myself!

DIY charcoal mask recipe

Once you’ve gathered your ingredients, this mask is easy to make at home.

How To Use

While using this mask, incorporate it on days that that you are relaxed or when you take a detox bath. Then prep your face by washing it with a gentle cleanser (like this Aloe Herb Cleanser). Preparing the mask only takes a few minutes, and it’s easy to apply it with fingers or a facial brush. Avoid applying it near your eyes.

DIY Charcoal Mask For Radiant Skin (Only 4 Ingredients)

  • Author: The Coconut Mama



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