Bain and Savon Charcoal and Sea Salt Facial Soap is formulated with charcoal, which is great for your skin. Strange as it may seem activated charcoal does wonders to brighten the complexion and cleanse pores. It works by binding to toxins and chemicals in the skin, deeply penetrating pores and capturing dirt and grime so you can easily wash them away. This means the topical use of charcoal can be effective for pore de-congestion, making it excellent for oily, blemish prone skin.
Another key ingredient is sea salt, this is used for its purifying properties, drawing out dirt and acting as an astringent. It also makes this facial soap slightly scrubby too.
About Bain and Savon
Bain and Savon are a small artisan family run soap company that produce beautiful handmade soaps in the county of Cumbria. Bain and Savon started out as a hobby in 2002, were the founders started producing bath and body products for friends and family and it has continued to grow from there. Bain and Savonspecialise in natural, herbal and botanical beauty preparations to produce their natural handmade soaps, shampoo bars and conditioner bars. Bain and Savonproducts are beautifully and naturally scented with 100% pure essential oils and the natural colours come from the fresh herbs and plants used in the formulation of the soaps, some of which are even grown in their own garden! Bain and Savon believe that the products they make should be good for not only our bodies but also the environment too.
Sodium Cocoate (Coconut Oil), Sodium Olivate (Extra Virgin Olive Oil), Hemp oil, coconut shell Charcoal Powder, Sodium Chloride (Sea Salt), Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree Essential Oil), Mentha piperita (Peppermint Essential Oil), Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Oil, *Geraniol, *Limonene, *Linalool
(*Naturally occurring in Essential Oils)
Our products are handmade, so there will be slight variations between batches which may affect product appearance, aroma and viscosity. You may also find a little Soda ash on your soap, it is harmless, and it’s most common on the surface of your cold process soaps
How to use
Lather up in hands and massage onto the skin. Leave on for a bit before washing off to allow the ingredients to work their magic.