Activated Charcoal

I’ve only recently begun using activated charcoal powder. It has many beneficial uses. It draws out impurities and acts as a filter, so to speak. You can use it to whiten your teeth, as a facial mask, on burns and wounds, and as a detox. I love this activated charcoal powder by Sagano.

activated charcoal

I dip my damp toothbrush lightly in the charcoal powder and then brush as usual. It’s a huge mess, as a full disclosure, but it does work as a tooth whitener. Afterward, I need to brush my teeth with toothpaste to get rid of the black that’s left behind. I haven’t used it for a facial mask, but I’m excited to try that soon. I imagine that it will draw out the nastiness that clogs pores. I’ve heard that you can mix classroom glue with the charcoal powder to rub into your face, then allow to dry. I can’t wait to try this. I heard it works like the blackhead removal strips.

I’ve found the quality of this activated charcoal powder to be very high. It’s food grade, so you don’t have to worry about ingesting it. In fact, it’s good to take a spoonful with water to help as a detox. It helps reduce gassiness and indigestion.

You get enough charcoal powder to last a LONG time, so there’s a big value here. I highly recommend it!  Get yours here!

How have you used activated charcoal powder?

I received this product for free in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion. However, I never recommend products to my readers that I don’t truly love and want to use myself.

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