Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
I received the Bamboo Charcoal Soap from The Healing Tree a couple of weeks ago and have been showering and testing it out ever since.
The Healing Tree is a family owned business whose mission is to provide effective and affordable natural health products worldwide.
The website claims that Bamboo Charcoal Soap:
- Let's your skin breathe.
- Removes dead skin
- Draws out toxins
- Clears your pores
The ingredients of this soap are: Vegetable Oil, Water, Glycerin, and Bamboo Charcoal.
It is fragrance free, hypoallergenic, has no harmful chemicals, no added chemicals and no animal testing. :)
Reading up on the product I found that they recommend this product for anyone that has: acne, eczema, psoriasis, or dry/cracked skin. Now in previous blog posts I've mentioned that I my skin is not plagued with most of these problems. I do however, get dry skin at times. In fact, I had some dry skin patches on my arms. After using this soap I noticed the dry spots had disappeared! (Hallelujah just in time for tank top season!)
One cool thing that I found fascinating about this soap was the charcoal coloring that the soap left while you lathered it on. (See above picture). It reminded me of those pictures you see of people lathering up in mud baths. I found it quite entertaining in the shower. The charcoal coloring washes right away, so no worries bout looking dirty. It also leaves your skin feeling super clean, since it seeps down into your pores and washes them out instead of just cleaning off surface dirt like many other soaps.
You have a chance to win a free Charcoal Bamboo Soap! (Product sent from the company). Check out my facebook page: Aims' Obsession for the rules and giveaway post tomorrow!! (Hint hint: Bingo!)
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