How to make a  purifying charcoal mask at home How to make a  purifying charcoal mask at home

How to make a purifying charcoal mask at home

Charcoal is the latest in natural remedies for skincare, especially good for eliminating blackheads. However, you have to know which one to buy and use it very carefully. Here you will learn how to make an effective homemade activated charcoal mask.

Lately, the charcoal mask has become very popular as a remedy for removing blackheads. However, social networks are not exactly a good source of information on how to use them.

How to make a charcoal mask right at home

That is, charcoal cleans deeply, this mask can be harmful to the skin, especially for those with sensitive skin. This is due to how it works: generally as a peeling mask. And it is at this point where the problems arise. When it is removed it causes irritation to sensitive skin. Think of it as a gentler version of waxing. 

However, not all charcoal-based masks are harmful. There is a type of powder called activated charcoal that does not stick to the face and therefore does not cause inflammation of the skin.

These masks are prepared at home and other ingredients are added that hydrate and help regenerate the epidermis, while the exfoliating action of the charcoal gently removes dead cells.

These masks are prepared at home and other ingredients are added that hydrate and help regenerate the epidermis

How to make a homemade charcoal mask?

If you want to make your own natural charcoal mask at home, you must first get all the necessary ingredients:

Charcoal is the latest in natural remedies for skincare, especially to eliminate blackheads.

When you have prepared everything, you can begin the procedure for its preparation:

  1. Put the gelatin envelope in a small bowl and add the milk.

  2. Heat in the microwave for 15 seconds. You will see that the mixture has taken on a gelatinous texture.

  3. Add the activated charcoal and stir everything with a wooden spoon until it is homogeneous.

  4. The mask is ready. Apply it all over the face, except for the eye and lip area. 

  5. Massage gently and leave on for 10 minutes.

  6. Remove with lukewarm water.

  7. To soothe slight redness, use your anti-wrinkle cream or a little aloe vera.

As a result, you will notice a less oily sensation on the face, smoothness, exfoliation of dead cells, and unclogging of pores.

Cathy Mason

Cathy has spent most of her professional life discovering homemade beauty remedies, old and new. Using her extensive knowledge of natural ingredients, Cathy will provide expert advice on how to tackle everyday skincare problems with straightforward natural lotions and potions. + info

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