The activated charcoal glycerin is a substance derived from the process of saponification. It has important moistening properties and is widely used both in the medical / pharmaceutical field and in the cosmetic field.
It looks like a thick, viscous,transparent and odorless liquid. The glycerine, also known as glycerol, is an organic compound naturally present in humans and animals, is a proceeds from the metabolism of fatty acids is in the lipidic substances, glycolipids and phospholipids.
Activated charcoal glycerine
In the medical field, activated charcoal glycerine is used for its laxative properties. Associated with sodium chloride, it is administered intravenously in the treatment of intracranial and ocular hypertension. The known contraindications are mainly related to internal use: the abuse of laxatives can lead to hypokalemia, loss of mineral salts,problems of absorption and dehydration. Among the contraindication medical use of glycerin during pregnancy is not recommended.
Thanks to its cosmetic virtues, activated charcoal face wash is an excellent ally of the skin. If you have dry skin or suffer from rages of your hands and feet, you may find the best ally in activated charcoal glycerin.
Activated charcoal glycerin can protect hair from sun damage, make it brighter and more hydrated. For its use for natural hair care, it is advisable to add several drops to the classic hair conditioner and rub it to the ends.
Thanks to its regenerating properties it can be combined with a neutral skin cream.
How to use activated charcoal glycerin for skin care
The activated charcoal glycerin is a good ally of the skin can counteract flawlessly even the most dehydrated skin, hard and cracked. It exerts a stronge mollient effect and in this foot bath it will help to heal the cracking of the heels. If you have cracked heels you can make a foot bath based on activated charcoal glycerine; for the foot bath you will need:
- 150 ml of activated charcoal glycerine
- 300 ml of rose water
For further information: DIY rose water
- Half lemon juice
- Hot water
- 1 teaspoon of salt
- Among the materials: you will need a pumice stone.
Mix all the ingredients together and add enough hot water to cover the feet up to the bottom edge of the ankle.
Leave the feet to soak for 15-minutes.
After treatment, you can use a natural pumice stone to gently rub on the heel to remove dead tissue without irritating the skin.
Thanks to its revitalizing and moisturizing properties, glycerine can be used to prepare a mask for dull, dry and brittle hair.
Glycerine mixed with other substances such as essential oils, almond oil or coconut milk, becomes an excellent component for the hydration of facial skin that will appear more elastic and toned.