Riverstone Naturals handmade Activated Charcoal & Tea Tree Soap is ideal for oily and acne prone skin. Made with locally produced Titan Carbon Smart Technologies Activated Charcoal and locally mined Bentonite Clay.
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With this product, you earn 77 URBeautyfull points. 77 points = USD $0.23.
Have a little fun in your gift giving. Add on a gift box for only $1 more. Each gift box can hold up to 2 soaps. Don't forget that you can also order Charcoal & Tea Tree Soaps as 3 packs and 5 packs too!
Shelf Life: One year after purchase.
Store in a cool, dry location.
Made for you in our gluten-free, chemical-free, off-grid, straw bale home.
Olive Oil (Olea europaea -
Coconut Oil (Cocos Nucifera) - Organic Extra-Virgin Unrefined
Water (Aqua) - Reverse Osmosis Rainwater
Activated Charcoal (Charcoal / Biochar) - Locally Produced by Titan Carbon Smart Technologies From Organic Hardwoods
Bentonite Clay (Bentonite) - Naturally Occurring - Locally Mined
Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) - Therapeutic Grade Essential Oil - Natural Grown, Steam Distilled
Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) - Therapeutic Grade Essential Oil - Natural Grown, Steam Distilled
Lye (sodium hydroxide)
What is the PH of your soap?
Each handmade batch of Riverstone Naturals Soap is tested to ensure a PH scale between 6.5 (normal skin range is 4-7) and 7.5 (slightly higher than neutral).
Will your soap sting my eyes?
Yes! Each handmade batch of Riverstone Naturals Soap is tested to ensure a PH balanced for your skin which has a different PH than your eyes so if soap gets into your eyes, it will sting!
Can I use this soap for my hair and skin?
Yes, we have many clients who enjoy using Riverstone Naturals Charcoal & Tea Tree Soap for both hair and skin. Our natural and organic soaps are gentle enough for sensitive, normal and dry skin. We recommend you check out our unscented Shampoo Bar as well!
The information on this page has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is based on our personal experience and research and is not to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.