Okay!! My first try in making #activatedcharcoal at home went pretty well. Took me 2 days to make and the final product was a 50 grams of activated charcoal powder. I didn’t wanted to use wood for making it and couldn’t get sandalwood sticks so i used coconut shells instead of wood. The finished product is really fine grains of charcoal and a smooth finish too. For the fist test i used it for making a soap which right now is kept in the basement to cure, and i just do t have the patience to wait for 24 hours now😂. Activated charcoal as we all know is used widely in making cosmetics and beauty products these days. It draws bacteria, poisons, chemicals, dirt and other micro-particles to the surface of skin, helping you to achieve a flawless complexion and fight acne Takes care of oily skin – Activated charcoal when used in a mask or a face wash helps pull out the excess oil from your skin, leaving it clean and smooth.
Will be updating about the result of it once i put it to test. Stay tuned till then 😁
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