I’ve been cranking out  some soap, so I thought I would share with you of my favorite, the Eucalyptus Charcoal Soap Bar.

Eucalyptus Charcoal Soap

 Eucalyptus Charcoal soap

Why Eucalyptus Charcoal Soap

It’s invigorating, fresh, and wonderful for the skin! Charcoal draws out toxins in the skin, so it’s perfect to use as a facial soap! I divided up the batch and used gold mica for the swirls (below) and gold stars on top. The stars are skin safe and wash off after the first use. I think they both turned out awesome!

Eucalyptus Charcoal Soap Uses All Natural Ingredients

This artisan soap is handmade with natural ingredients like Cocoa and Shea butter along with frankincense essential oil known for its anti-aging properties.

Eucalyptus Charcoal Soap is New in the West

While relatively new to Western culture, the Japanese have used charcoal soap for centuries to help produce the clean, clear complexion which has graced their women.

Eucalyptus oil has been used for centuries to treat wounds, burns and ulcers. More recently it has been used to treat acne and as an insect repellent.

Here is a gentle face soap that combines both of these ingredients in one product. This soap provides gentle cleansing while the charcoal acts as an exfoliant helping to remove dead skin and unclog pores and the eucalyptus helps soothe and heal the skin.Eucalyptus Charcoal Soap

Eucalyptus Charcoal Soap’s Oils and Benefits

This soap is formulated to be a face soap and therefore is only superfatted at 6 percent with Avocado oil and Shea butter. Eucalyptus Activated Charcoal is a bar soap made with eucalyptus essential oils. Charcoal gives the soap an extra boost to the lather’s natural cleansing power, helping to absorb and draw out oils and impurities from the skin. Blue gum eucalyptus oils give the soap a right, camphorous, woodsy scent that is invigorating. The nature of activated charcoal makes this bar soap a great choice as a facial cleanser, and also a popular go-to for the bath or shower, too.