What is activated carbon?
Activated carbon is made by burning natural materials such as wood, ordinary charcoal, peat or coconut shells.
The raw material is burnt at very high temperatures to form activated carbon.
Through this process, the carbon expands, creating a porous surface that traps toxins.
From this point on, we can speak of “activated” charcoal. In this way, its natural absorption capacity has been enhanced.
As a result, this fine black powder has a higher efficiency and maximum usefulness for the body.
INCI : Sodium olivate, sodium cocoate, sodium stearate, aqua, glycerin, sodium chloride, tetrasodium glutamate diacetate, butyrospermum parkii, ricinus communis seed oil, charcoal, parfum, limonene, linalool