DIY // CHARCOAL POWDER
As a child, I remember taking charcoal pills whenever I had bellyache or listening to my holistic practicing Aunts, whom preach the good words of using charcoal, for instance, using it brushing my teeth! I did not value charcoal as much than, but I have learned that Charcoal powder is awesome, one product, so many uses. It is not only known to attract but rid impurities and toxins from the body. Here are 3 ways I most frequently use charcoal powder for…
Warning! This DIY can get messy! Do not use metal objects when using charcoal powder because it may attract toxins.
The powder acts as a cleanser that penetrates and clarifies the skin, which helps promote healthy and radiant complexion. Mix 1 tablespoon of charcoal powder with 1 tablespoon of water. Add water slowly to powder, stir till it reaches a pudding consistency like texture. Leave mask on for about 10 minutes. Rinse off with water. Use mask once a week.
Charcoal powder can help lighten stains from drinks and food and it will not adsorb materials in the tooth enamel, which keeps it safe to use.
Mix ½ teaspoon of activated charcoal powder to ½ teaspoon of water. Dip a toothbrush into the paste, gently brush teeth for about 2 minutes and rinse. Adding a drop of peppermint or spearmint essential oil to the mix for refreshing aftertaste. Use daily.
Detoxification Of The Body
Charcoal powder can help detox the body of impurities. I find it especially useful after a day of cheat meals, as it aids digestion and reduce stomach discomfort like bloating. Mix 1 tablespoon of charcoal powder to a glass of water. I drink this daily in the morning after my glass of warm lemon water.
There are more ways of using charcoal powder. Do explore the other ways and if you have a tip on how to keep clean while using the powder, pleaseeee let me know.