This facial mask is comprised of 8 quality ingredients including jojoba oil, activated charcoal, bentonite clay, yellow beeswax, lavender essential oil, patchouli essential oil, bergamot mint essential oil.
Using this product is SUPER SIMPLE. Just coat your entire face (avoiding the eyes and around the eye area) with a thin layer of your activated charcoal facial mask. Make sure your face has been thoroughly cleaned and dried before applying the mask. You can use your fingers (thoroughly washed) to put on the mask or an old foundation brush that you no longer want to use. Some people even use a small paint brush to simply paint the mask onto their face.
Once applied, leave the activated charcoal facial mask on your skin for 15 - 20 minutes. Then wash it off using warm water. You can use a soft wash cloth to help thoroughly remove the mask and if needed some mild facial soap. This activated charcoal facial mask will not stain your face, but it can take a few minutes to thoroughly remove. Once washed off, you will reveal a new beautiful complexion. Over several weeks of use, this mask may really do wonders in improving your skin, zapping zits and removing stubborn blackheads!
Keep in mind that this activated charcoal facial mask may stain your towel or washcloth and can potentially stain your sink; depending on what your sink is made out of. Just be sure to thoroughly wash everything that has come into contact with your facial mask right away. I personally haven't had any issues with staining, but I wanted to give you this quick advisory just in case. It's better to be safe than sorry! This activated charcoal facial mask, of course, should not stain your face.
Also, as with all leave on products, please be sure to test the facial mask on a small area of skin before applying the mask to your entire face. You should encourage your customers to do the same thing. This will help determine if there are any ingredients within the formula that you are sensitive or allergic to. Remember, people can be allergic to just about anything, so it is always a good idea to test the product out in small amounts before applying it to a large area of skin.