- Shrinks the appearance of troubled spots overnight
- Supports clearer, calmer skin
- Unblocks and purifies pores
- Draws out excess oil
- Relieves redness, puffiness, swelling, and irritation
Clear troubled skin at the source with this overnight spot treatment. Made with natural minerals and exfoliating Beta Hydroxy Acids (BHAs), Charcoal Drying Lotion works fast to unclog pores on your face, jawline, chest, and back. Salicylic Acid begins by dissolving pore-blocking buildup of dead skin cells. Absorbent Activated Binchotan Charcoal instantly draws out grease, while Zinc Oxide and Sulfur work deep to eliminate impurities and control excess oil. To calm the newly purified pore, cooling Camphor and soothing Calamine treat visible signs of irritation, inflammation, and sensitivity. Clarifying White Willow Bark minimizes redness and tightens the look of pores. Apply this treatment at the first sign of trouble, and you’ll wake up to a calm complexion that looks good as new.
Apply at night after cleansing and toning. Do NOT shake bottle. Allow product to settle. Dip a fresh cotton swab into sediment and lightly dab onto troubled areas. Let dry. Rinse off in the morning with cleanser and toner.
Complete The Regimen
A little messy but I think , in time, it will help with the blemishes.
Only problem is when using it at night, it gets all over the pillow case.
I use this lotion, I am so glad I did. I had a face full of acne, I’m been using this product about a week. I only got about two bumps left. Will buy again. Worth every penny. Thank You!
I am not sure if it did anything for my acne other than agitate it more. I find it's really difficult to remove so Ive had to reeeally scrub my face which irritated and flared up my skin/breakouts. I absolutely love the Volcanic Mineral Scrub from GK and it has done wonders for my acne/skin in general but this did nothing to dry or clear up my acne. I will be returning unfortunately.
Works great for oily skin types
Nothing is better than washing this stuff off in the morning and saying, "Thank goodness," to a situation which the night before I feared would be a week-long blemish (or longer). I'm quite happy with it and it seems like it will last a long time.