Bulletproof Coconut Charcoal Pills
The only NHS-approved use cases for activated charcoal is to alleviate uncomfortable gas and bloating (#necessary). The porous surface has a negative electric charge that attracts positively charged toxins and gas to be carried easily out of the body.
Take a dose of this environmentally sustainable coconut charcoal made from pure coconut shells before a typical gas-producing meal, with a full glass of water, and it’ll bind with some gas-producing elements. However, because charcoal is so absorbent, make sure you never take charcoal at the same time as medications, or anything else you want your body to absorb.
Cocovit Activated Charcoal Face Mask
Although you can’t really alter the size of your pores (unfortunately they get larger with age), what you can do is keep them clean to make them appear smaller. This totally clean, non-toxic activated charcoal face mask draws from ancient Ayurvedic wisdom to do just that. The activated charcoal and bentonite clay act as magnets to deep clean your pores, while the powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties of turmeric, neem powder and Indian ginseng purify, calm and brighten your skin.
Cali White Activated Charcoal And Coconut Oil Toothpaste
This mint flavored activated charcoal toothpaste really does live up to its promise to whiten your teeth. Not gonna lie though, brushing your teeth with a black paste is a little counterintuitive and more than a little messy. But hey, it makes for an entertaining Insta? Cali White has also added diatomaceous earth, tea tree oil, coconut oil, xylitol and peppermint oil to make it a complete toothpaste, while remaining fluoride free, SLS free, and vegan.