Activated charcoal has become a popular ingredient in skincare and one brand tapping into the trend is Yardley London, which recently launched the new Activated Charcoal Moisturizing Bath Bar. The new product combines charcoal – an ingredient reported to draw out excess oil, pollution, and other impurities – with bentonite clay to help cleanse, purify and detox the skin without drying it out.
The new Activated Charcoal Moisturizing Bath Bar features stimulating spearmint essential oil to energize and revive. The new product is made without parabens and never tested on animals. The new Yardley Activated Charcoal Bath Bar is suitable for all skin types and gentle enough to use every day. Consumers can find it at Real Canadian Superstores for $3.90.
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Yardley London Debuts a Activated Charcoal Moisturizing Bath Bar
1. Activated Charcoal Skincare - Opportunity for skincare companies to innovate by incorporating activated charcoal as an ingredient in their products.
2. Ingredient Transparency - Opportunity for companies to appeal to conscious consumers by promoting transparent ingredient lists, free of harmful chemicals like parabens.
3. Natural Moisturizing - Opportunity for companies to create all-natural moisturizing products that hydrate and detoxify the skin without stripping it of natural oils.
1. Skincare Industry - Skincare companies can innovate by incorporating activated charcoal and natural ingredients in their products.
2. Cosmetics Industry - Companies can appeal to conscious consumers by creating products with transparent ingredient lists, free of harmful chemicals like parabens.
3. Retail Industry - Retailers can capitalize on the natural skincare trend by stocking products that cater to consumers seeking all-natural and transparent ingredient products.