Charcoal has been used by humans for thousands of years. It is believed that the use of charcoal dates back to prehistoric times, when early humans discovered that they could create fire by burning wood in the absence of oxygen, a process known as pyrolysis.
Over time, people discovered that the charcoal created by pyrolysis had many uses beyond just fueling fires. Charcoal was used for cooking, as a pigment in art, and as a medicinal remedy for various ailments.
Today, charcoal is still widely used for many purposes, including in water filtration, air purification, and as an ingredient in various beauty and personal care products, such as facewashes and toothpaste. The use of activated charcoal in particular has become more popular in recent years, due to its ability to absorb toxins and impurities from the skin and body.
INGREDIENTS: DAMN GOOD CHARCOAL FACEWASH AND DAMN GOOD CHARCOAL SOAP.
- Tea Tree Oil
DamnGood Charcoal Soap for an easy and convenient daily skin care routine ! It contains activated charcoal which acts as an excellent exfoliator for the body; tea tree oil controls oil secretion & prevents acnes and at the same time the soap contains glycerin to give the skin correct moisture and hydration making it smooth and glowing!
DamnGood Charcoal Facewash which will free your skin pores from dirt, oil, bacteria and other impurities which are obstructing your skin from breathing and glowing. It also contains aloevera, best known for moisturizing and healing the skin, tea tree oil controls oil secretion and prevents acne. Neem and tulsi are anti bacterial, anti fungal and gives the skin a young , fresh and bright look !
DAMN GOOD CHARCOAL FACEWASH
- Wet your face with water.
- Take a small amount of charcoal facewash on your fingertips or a washcloth and apply it to your face in circular motions, avoiding the eye area.
- Massage the facewash into your skin for about 30 seconds, focusing on areas with blackheads or oily skin.
- Rinse your face thoroughly with water and pat it dry with a clean towel.
- Follow up with your regular skincare routine, such as toner, serum, and moisturizer.
DAMN GOOD CHARCOAL SOAP:
- Use while taking bath
- Take the charcoal soap and lather it up in your hands or on a washcloth.
- Apply the lather to body
- Massage the lather into your skin for about 30 seconds
- Rinse your body thoroughly with water and pat it dry with a clean towel.
DOS AND DON’T:
✔ Do use lukewarm water to wet your face or body before applying Damn Good charcoal facewash and Damn Good Charcoal soap
✔ Do use gentle, circular motions to massage the product into your skin.
✔ Do rinse your face or body thoroughly with lukewarm water after using Damn Good charcoal facewash and Damn Good Charcoal soap.
✔ Do follow up with your regular skincare routine, such as toner, serum, and moisturizer.
✔ Do use high-quality Damn Good charcoal facewash and Damn Good Charcoal soap that are gentle on your skin and don't contain harsh ingredients.
✖ Don't use Damn Good charcoal facewash and Damn Good Charcoal soap on open wounds or irritated skin.
✖ Don't scrub your skin too hard when using Damn Good charcoal facewash and Damn Good Charcoal soap, as this can cause irritation or damage to the skin.
✖ Don't use Damn Good charcoal facewash and Damn Good Charcoal soap more than once or twice a day, as this can strip your skin of its natural oils and lead to dryness and irritation.
✖ Don't leave Damn Good charcoal facewash and Damn Good Charcoal soap on your skin for too long, as this can also lead to dryness and irritation.
✖ Don't use Damn Good charcoal facewash and Damn Good Charcoal soap if you have sensitive skin or are allergic to any of the ingredients.
It's always a good idea to do a patch test before using any new skincare product, especially if you have sensitive skin. This involves applying a small amount of the product to a small area of skin and waiting 24-48 hours to see if any adverse reactions occur. If you experience any redness, itching, or other symptoms, stop using the product immediately and consult a dermatologist if necessary.