Detoxifying Goat Milk Activated Charcoal - Pure Hardwood Charcoal

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Mix: 100% Raw Goat Milk, saponified coconut, olive, almond, grape seed & castor oils; Patchouli essential oil, alkanet root herb & hardwood Activated Charcoal, sodium hydroxide

 

Raw Goat Milk has been around for 10,000 years. It was a necessity for sustaining life. Today, not much has changed, people still cook with Goat meat, and or use Goat milk rather than Cow milk. Goat Milk soap is a wonderful way to cleanse the skin and soften it too. All in all, the ingrendients takes this 100% raw Goat Milk soap to a higher level.

 

Starting with coconut oil, this oil creates a creamy lather, it can be used on hair as a conditioner creating radiant, healthy looking hair. Next, Olive and Castor Oils are super oils that protect from the sun’s harmful rays. The Sweet Almond oil improves the complexion and helps to retain glow; Grapeseed oil tightens skin and treats acne. Kaolin clay is the oldest clay used in many personal hygiene products. It is gentle, and stimulates circulation to areas of application without over drying.

 

It is worth mentioning that Kaolin clay is a naturally occurring clay substance mostly found in soils that have developed from the chemical weathering of rocks in hot, moist climates like rain forests; it dates back to 40,000 BC

 

Alkanet root is believed to be beneficial for skin allergies. The root contains anti-biotic and anti-inflammation, properties. Thus, alkanet root protects the skin from any infection and inflammation. Alkanet is widely used in burn units to heal with burns and scarring since it has the natural ability of anti-inflammation and cooling to absorb the heat out of the skin. This also makes alkanet root useful as a sunblock and sunburn remover.

 

Activated Charcoal, dates as far back as 3750 BC. The Egyptians and Sumerians used and produced charcoal for the manufacture of bronze. During that time, the Egyptians also discovered a completely unrelated aspect of charcoal - it was a preservative. The Egyptians began to capitalize on charcoal's anti-bacterial, anti-fungal properties making it the most used product of its time.

  • Weights

    4 0z / 113g