Ancient Egyptians are believed to have used it as a poultice to keep wounds clean; Hindu documents from 450 B.C. discuss charcoal for water filtration. In the 18th century, charcoal was studied by chemists and pharmacists, who were interested in its ability to protect the human body from toxins.
It is great for acne prone skin and it also has antibacterial properties.
Goat’s milk is great for dry and sensitive skin. It contains plenty of vitamins, particularly Vitamin A that is necessary for soft tissue repair. It also contains plenty of minerals including Selenium, whose characteristics are preventing skin damage from sun exposure and also it s believed to have an important role in preventing skin cancer.
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