Other Ingredients & Equipment You'll Need:
Pots (for double boiler)
Total Recipe Weights:
96 grams Activated Charcoal
224 grams Bentonite Clay Powder
24 drops Vitamin E Oil
32 drops Rosemary Essential Oil
12 grams Vegetable Glycerin
Step 1: In a medium sized bowl, begin by weighing out 96 grams of your activated charcoal using your scale.
Step 2: Next, to the same bowl, add 224 grams of your bentonite clay powder. Fully mix the ingredients making sure everything is evenly dispersed.
Step 3: Now, use a disposable pipette to add 24 drops of vitamin e oil.
Step 4: Then, using another pipette, add 32 drops of rosemary essential oil.
Step 5: Finally, use a spoon or spatula to mix the ingredients together.
Step 6: The powdered portion in now finished. Go ahead and scoop the powder into your two ounce jars. Place a lid on each jar.
Step 7: Next, add 12 grams of vegetable glycerin to each of your eight 1 oz. black bullet bottles. Place a disc top lid on each bottle.
Step 8: To use your activated charcoal facial mask you will need a small mixing bowl. Add one tablespoon of powder, two tablespoons of water, and about 1/2 teaspoon of vegetable glycerin. Mix well. Note: We chose to package the powder and glycerin separately. By creating the mask without the water you will not need to add a preservative. This will allow you to prepare a quick product for your customers. Each two ounce jar will create approximately 4 facial masks.
Step 9: Now, apply a thin layer to your face. Allow the mask to harden. Then, rinse with warm water.
We hope that you enjoy our activated charcoal face mask recipe!
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