This new bioactivated neem charcoal mask has been reformulated to be more versatile. It’s still as black as ever, but it will help your face become brighter, tighter and smoother — we promise!
Bioactivated charcoal has been called the CBD of skincare because it pops up in so many places. We normally avoid crazy trends, but this one has a great deal of validity. Charcoal has been used to treat accidental poisonings for centuries because it has an amazing ability to “adsorb” impurities. As part of a larger molecule, the poison can be expelled more effectively
From a skincare perspective, that means that bioactivated neem charcoal collects the unavoidable environmental toxins so they wash away easily. As part of face mask, the neem charcoal has extra time to pull those toxins from deeper inside your skin.
How to Use the New Neem Charcoal Mask
And while we loved the original neem charcoal mask, we listened to customers who told us it was super-hard to remove. With this new dry formula, you can easily go back to the original by adding coconut oil to the new powdered neem charcoal face mask. (Try a touch of baking soda to lighten skin, tighten pores and prevent blackheads. It can be drying though, so be careful. That’s why we didn’t include it in the formula.)
The new formulation also works as a scrub. Just sprinkle a little bit in the palm of your hand and apply with wet fingers. The dry formula is very effective with a spinning scrub brush.
Leave it on for 15 minutes and you’ll be amazed at the difference. (Be sure to warn anyone who might see you though. Vicki’s husband laughed like a crazy man when he came around the corner and saw her covered in black greasy stuff.)
Why to use the new neem charcoal face mask
It’s worth being laughed at though. Face masks are known to:
- Tighten pores and clears skin
- Diminish fine lines and wrinkles
- Even skin tone
- Firm skin particularly near the eyes and under the chin.
Learn more here and be sure to check the reviews!
I love this mask! It made my skin so soft!!! One of my new favorite items! Thanks for making such an awesome and affordable charcoal mask!
Difference between this & the regular charcoal of same price? This adds aloe and is 2.5 vs. 1 oz. (I was curious too????). – I was curious if heated/cooked/burned(?) Neem would be as good. Answer > it is! – I’m a regular mask user. Moisturizing, drying, exfoliating, etc. I have found the last one I’ll ever need as this one can be used in all of those ways. However, the Neem difference is that during application I could tell “something” is happening. Not a tingle, not burning, maybe increased blood flow. All I know is that my face started feeling “alive” (for lack of better word AND a recurring theme with Neem, as I would later learn). – After seeing the shiny picture on the site & then seeing my dry powder, I was confused. So I added a little water & to my palm and rubbed it on my face. Felt good. Even better when I lightly exfoliated it off. After reading directions, my next application was hydrated with coconut oil and another time with collagen. I love that I can mix it with anything for what ever I need on a particular day. So little is used that cost turns out to be minute compared to expensive, chemically laden, store brands. Great for any age. As a scrub for teens with acne and a gentle mask with oil for elderly with delicate skin (as myself).
Beth Italia –
I love this neem charcoal. I also mixed some with water and found it to become more wet than when I added oil. But still I have tried it several ways and i really love how black it is. I feel like the chimney guy except that when it gets washed away I am super cleansed. Very great for exfoliating especially when it is more wet. Thanks again for another great product!
Maria Fay –
I like this mask and especially like that I can customize what I add to it. Honey, essential oils, jojoba oil. A very gentle exfoliation too. Thank you for this great product.