Walk into any drug store, and you’re likely to see a selection of facial masks – from skin brighteners, to toners, to deep cleansers, and more. In this ten-minute video, I focus on charcoal masks, which are quite popular because of their cleansing and absorptive abilities.
In this video, you’ll learn:
- what kind of charcoal to use in a mask formulation
- how charcoal is different from ash
- skin benefits of using charcoal
- what ingredient to use to build stability in an emulsion
- how to create a natural charcoal mask
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Be sure to also check out my video on a peelable face mask formulation!
More skin care formulation videos:
- Start Fresh with Exfoliating Encapsulates
- Make It Personal: Formulating Customisable Cosmetics
- Silky Smooth Creams: Creating High Internal Phase Emulsions
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4 Responses to “Getting Dirty to Get Clean: Charcoal Masks [VIDEO]”
Do you distance education course for colour cosmetics as well
Yes we do, please email us [email protected] for full course Prospectus and pricing, its all on-line and is provided anywhere in the world at a time and place that suits you. You can also visit https://personalcarescience.com.au for more information, I look forward to supporting your studies soon! Belinda
What about substituting the Xanthan gum with Tara Gum? Possible?
Yes you can. You will probably need to use about twice as much to get the same stability, but please prepare samples to find the right input with the different gum. Happy formulating!