A personal favorite, our Charcoal Tea Tree Handcrafted Soap has a nice lather and is loaded with purifying Activated Charcoal! Scented with the earthy fragrance of Tea Tree Essential Oil. Best for combination to oily skin. This handcrafted soap reaches deep into the skin drawing out impurities and unclogging pours. With the addition of Tea Tree Essential Oil’s anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties, this natural soap may help with problem skin. It rinses clean and doesn’t leave a residue as some commercial soaps do. Give our Charcoal Tea Tree Handcrafted Soap a try and experience for yourself what a difference using a handcrafted soap can be.
Benefits of Activated Charcoal
Charcoal has been used for thousands of years for cleansing and medicinal purposes. The Egyptians used it to clean wounds, and it has been used to filter water. It was discovered that charcoal had a use in removing toxins in the 1800’s. When used in soap, activated charcoal can help remove excess oils from the skin. This attribute may be helpful with acne and other skin irritations. Charcoal is also an excellent exfoliant.
Benefits of Tea Tree Essential Oil
Studies have shown that Tea Tree Oil has antiseptic properties and anti-inflammatory properties. Tea Tree Oils have been shown to sooth itchy skin, reduce Oiliness of skin and can help heal wounds. There are studies and anecdotal evidence that tea tree Oil is beneficial for acne and psoriasis. Tea Tree Oil comes from the Melaleuca tree.
KMB Farms Charcoal and Tea Tree Soap
We at KMB Farms make our soaps in small batches using responsibly sourced ingredients. We strive use ingredients that have promising benefits. Our Charcoal Tea Tree Soap is made with the following all natural ingredients;
Castor Oil – There is limited research on the use of Castor Oil on the skin, however anecdotal evidence claims anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and cleansing properties.
Coconut Oil – Studies have shown that Coconut Oil may kill harmful microorganisms on the skin, reduce inflammation, have benefits for acne, and work as a moisturizer. In cold process soap, it creates a harder bar and helps produce more lather.
Olive Oil – Olive Oil has been used on the skin since ancient times, It is believed that Cleopatra was a fan. Studies show Olive Oil applied to the skin can help prevent signs of photo-aging and sun damage. Olive Oil is also good for breaking down waxy substances such as waterproof mascara.
Lard – Anecdotal evidence suggests Lard is good for reducing fine lines and wrinkles, tones the skin, and reduces dryness.
Activated Charcoal – When used in soap, Activated Charcoal is great for combination to oily skin. Its ability to absorb oil and dirt from pores leaves skin feeling balanced. This attribute may be helpful with acne. Charcoal is also an excellent exfoliant. If you have dry skin, activated charcoal may be a bit too drying.
Tea Tree Essential Oil – Studies have shown that Tea Tree Essential Oil has antiseptic properties and anti-inflammatory properties. Tea Tree Essential Oil has been shown to soothe itchy skin, reduce oiliness of skin and can help heal wounds. There are studies and anecdotal evidence that Tea Tree Essential Oil is beneficial for acne and psoriasis. Tea Tree Essential Oil comes from the Melaleuca tree.