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Formulated for problem skin with activated charcoal and dead sea mud. Activated charcoal works to attract toxins, drawing impurities like dirt and oil from the pores. It is said to tighten pores, smooth skin and reduce inflammation. Activated charcoal is also said to soothe eczema, acne, and psoriasis. Black soap is an excellent facial and body soap.
Dead Sea Mud is moisturizing and restores a healthy glow to the skin as it improve elasticity. The minerals found in Dead Sea Mud are said to be effective in improving the skin’s natural processes, relaxing muscles and providing inner calmness and tranquility. This soap is great after a vigorous workout
Lavender essential oil is used for it calming effect. According to dermatologists and aromatherapists, lavender essential oil is one of the most beneficial oils in the treatment of acne. Lavender essential oil inhibits the bacteria that cause the initial infection, helps to regulate some of the over-excretion of sebum by hormonal manipulation, and can reduce the signs of scarring after the acne has begun to heal. Adding a small amount of lavender essential oil to other skin creams or ointments can greatly increase the potential for relief and healing. Taken from OrganicFacts.net
Rosemary essential oil have antimicrobial and antiseptic qualities that make it beneficial in efforts to eliminate eczema, dermatitis, oily skin, and acne. Topical application of the essential oil, or regular massage with the oil helps in toning your skin and removing dryness. It can also give your skin a healthy, even glow when regularly applied, or when it is a main component of your moisturizers and other creams. Taken from OrganicFacts.net
Tea Tree: Tea tree oil is applied to the skin topically for infections such as acne, fungal infections of the nail, lice, scabies, athlete’s foot (tinea pedis), and ringworm. It is also used topically as a local antiseptic for cuts and abrasions, for burns, insect bites and stings, boils, vaginal infections, recurrent herpes. Take from WebMD.com