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Black Hawaiian Sea Salt (Hiwa Kai / Black Lava Salt)

Black Hawaiian Sea Salt (Hiwa Kai / Black Lava Salt)
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Black Hawaiian-Style Sea Salt Also referred to as Hiwa Kai Salt or Black Lava Salt

Hiwa Kai Black Hawaiian-Style Sea Salt (Black Lava salt) is an all-natural, solar-evaporated, Pacific sea salt blended with activated charcoal powder, which is derived from Hawaiian coconut shells. T Black Lava salt, combined with activated charcoal is commonly thought to draw out toxins and impurities from the body, and is used in a variety of scrubs, soaks, and many other cosmetic creations.  


Grain Size -

  • Coarse - 2.0 - 4.0 mm
  • Fine -     0.0 - 1.0 mm

Shelf Life: 10 Years Minimum

Country of Origin: USA

4 Reviews

  • 3
    Turns Scrub Gray

    Posted by Trista Page on 16th Nov 2023

    I used this as an exfoliant in my foaming sugar scrub along with fine sugar. I didn't use very much, less than 10% of my exfoliant was this salt. While I love sugar and salt in my scrubs, I was unpleasantly surprised that this salt's charcoal turned my scrub gray. I didn't realize, stupidly on my part, that the charcoal was just a "coating" to the salt, causing the salt to LOOK black but really it's coarse white salt covered in fine charcoal powder. In the scrub, the charcoal rubbed off the salt and now my product is gray instead of white with black bits. I'm sure that's fine for a lot of applications and products but I was hoping for something different.

  • 5

    Posted by Linda McCoy on 16th Mar 2018

    Activated charcoal does clear your body of toxins. I have a lot of items with this in them. I have health issues that cause pain in my joints and muscles. In the past two months I have taken pain killers two times. Plus it cleans out your pores. Give it a couple of weeks to clean pores. Big difference in my face and body pain.
    The Tanamut oil and this are miracle workers for problemed skin.

  • 4
    Interesting & adds some color

    Posted by Ohio Buckeye on 8th Nov 2017

    I am more of a freestyler when making care items. So, I mashed up a couple of different recipes to make a salt scrub. I really enjoyed the way the scrub developed a purple hue when this black salt was mixed in. Unfortunately, I gave all the scrub away before I got to try it. I will be asking follow up questions of those who received. I ordered the fine and liked the small grain size. I find large grains to be harsh on the skin.

  • 5
    Best of the best

    Posted by on 9th Jul 2017

    I am Fairly new to soap making but have truly fallen in love with it and everything about it this was my first purchase of this product and used it the first night as a scrub and I am making some soap with it as a exfoliate as I am typing this review I love bulk apothecary for the convienace and top notch products