Activated charcoal has been proven to reach deep into your pores to remove toxins + impurities + offer beneficial exfoliation for a smoother, more refined glow.

Activated Charcoal is one of the best natural pore cleansing ingredients and it’s beneficial for your skin in a few other ways too.

Do you want younger-looking skin and smaller pores? Of course you do! But seriously though! Who doesn’t want youthful-looking skin and teeny-tiny, unclogged, non-existent pores?

By now you know you should keep your pores clean and healthy for younger-looking skin, but did you know that your skin will benefit from using activated charcoal?

Activated charcoal has been proven to reach deep into your pores to remove toxins + impurities + offer beneficial exfoliation for a smoother, more refined glow.

Keep reading to find out more about the function of your pores, and how you can keep them healthy, for an overall smoother and more youthful skin texture.

Why are your pores important?

Pores act as a gateway for the oils (sebum) that your body naturally produces. When your pores aren’t cleaned, you risk infection and blockage, which can cause acne and blackheads.

You can’t get rid of your pores;  your body needs them. Some people were born with bigger pores than others, but you can minimize the appearance of your pores by ensuring that you clean them with a well-balanced activated charcoal product like Roodt Swart

How can you minimize the appearance of pores?

While a proper washing routine is essential to minimizing the appearance of pores, there are other steps you can take to prevent pore blockage.

Keep your dirty, oily hands away from your face!

Use sunscreen to protect your skin from harmful rays.

Don’t skip the moisturizer! But don’t use too much either. And we highly recommend that you use a Roodt organic facial butter that doesn’t contain harsh chemicals that can irritate your skin.

Disclaimer:

Amanda is the creator and also content developer for Roodt Made by Nature. She is in no other way a medical professional. Her remarks, recommendations, and reflections are not to replace any kind of medical advice.

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