Charcoal Products To Incorporate Into Your Routine

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Friday fun day today! I’m in a great mood and ready to share some gems with you in terms of charcoal products! Most of the people out there haven’t ever tried to incorporate using charcoal products into their daily routine. We’ve been a huge advocate for these types of products, especially the masks that we’ve tried.

Mind you, we get the opportunity to test out a lot of products due to the nature of my work, but that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t take advantage of these products either! Once I find something that works, I use it regularly and I pay for it bi-weekly or monthly. Anyway, I’m getting far too personal here. I digress…back to the topic at hand.

Charcoal Products To Try
Dr.Jart Charcoal Mask

Some Charcoal Based Skin Products You Need To Try

Here are a few products that either myself or one of the members of our team have tried in the past. If you’re not willing to try something of this nature then you are missing out big time.

The main ingredient in these products is known as activated charcoal. You’ll find this in a lot of masks, cleansers and other types of products. The reason it’s used in so many products is due to the fact that it helps remove dirt, toxins, impurities and all that other nonsense you hate having hang around on your skin.

We’ve been praising this stuff for a long time now and it is time to finally drop the hammer and share those worth mentioning with you.

Exfoliating Wipes by Sephora

Let me start with some charcoal exfoliating wipes made by the retail giant Sephora. If you’re looking to ditch your typical cleansing wipe and go with something new, then give this a shot. They’re pretty cool with one side being rough to help remove debris and unclog pores, while the other is smoother for sensitive areas like your under eye region.

Supermud Clearing Treatment by Glamglow

This next one is the Supermud Clearing Treatment made by the brand Glamglow. It’s good for all types of skin and very simple to use. The cleansing mud helps remove oil build up and reduce scars that might be present. It’s not cheap by any means, but it works like a charm for most and lasts a few months. I typically suggest only using in a couple times per week. Here’s the product if you want to buy it.

Blaq Mask by Blaqmask.com

This is one of the very first charcoal masks that I came across and I happen to fall in love with this product. The product and website are so simple it’s insane. It really works well. It’s a charcoal mask that peels off and I’m sure you’ve seen people posting photos wearing their masks. Use it in your T-zone areas and blackheads will be gone just like that! Keep the mask on for about 20 minutes, gently remove it and you’re good to go.

Charcoal Cleanser by Milk Makeup

This is a product that you can only purchase at Urban Outfitters in their skin care section. It’s made from charcoal and helps absorb excess oil and toxins without totally stripping your skin and dehydrating it like crazy. The product contains very few preservatives and is known for working quite well. If you’re near an Urban Outfitters, I suggest that you check the product out. You won’t be sorry!

Pore Minimalist Black Charcoal Sheet Mask by Dr.Jart

This product is made with activated Korean charcoal and it’s great for people that are always traveling or are on the go. If detoxing and tightening up your pores is what you want to do then you’ve come to the right place. The best part about this product is that it works and it’s completely free of parabens, sulfates, and phthalates. Check them out here.

Those are just a few of the many charcoal skin products that I recommend trying. Don’t waste any time in getting them. Do yourself a solid, order them all, see what works and stick with what you like best. That’s the best advice that I can give you!

Charcoal Products To Incorporate Into Your Routine
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Brandon Sirrico is a well-versed marketing expert with a background in finance. He holds an MBA from Florida International University and an undergrad from Northeastern. A former bodybuilder, he's a dedicated gym rat who provides many updates on health and diet as well as reactions to trending skin care topics.

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