Where to buy activated charcoal online
It’s the latest beauty trend to hit your Instagram and Facebook feeds, but there’s real benefits in using activated charcoal.
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The natural ingredient of activated charcoal is used in soaps, scrubs, medical treatments and even teeth whitening. It’s a highly porous substance that cleanses and detoxifies by attracting and absorbing chemicals inside it to flush toxins from the body, stop bloating and prevent the dreaded hangover! This particular type of charcoal is 'activated' by carbonation and specially treated to ensure its surface is as absorbent as possible. There are many types of activated charcoal sourced from coconut shells, oak branches or bamboo. If you’re interested in the benefits of activated charcoal, we’ve compiled eight of the best online retailers stocking products with this natural ingredient.
Specialising in natural supplements, iHerb is the ideal place for activated charcoal products.
- Free shipping on selected items
- 60-day returns
- Over 35,000 products to choose from
Which of these retailers offer free delivery?
- Priceline: Free shipping on orders over $100
- Chemist Warehouse: Free shipping on Australian orders over $99
- : Free shipping on orders over $89
- Nourished Life: Free standard shipping for all Nourished Life members
- Catch: Free shipping for 12 months for Club Catch Members on orders over $50
- iHerb: Free shipping on selected items
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