Charcoal has been into medicinal use for over thousands of years. The ancient Indians used it as a poultice to clean wounds. Also, in the 18th century, pharmacists and chemists studied charcoal to discover its abilities to provide protection from toxins for our body. Presently, activated charcoal (one of the processed forms) is used in manufacturing soaps to enrich the quality of all types of skin.
Natural glycerine, Activated charcoal powder, Distilled water