All of the ingredients including the graphene are naturally occurring. Graphite is basically millions of layers of Graphene which is isolated through an electrochemical process that doesn't leave anything but the carbon available for production just as the essential oils had to go through a process to become isolated from the plants.
Graphene is commonly mistake for Graphene Oxide which in certain particle sizes can be toxic and damaging to cells. Graphene Oxide is to Graphene as rust is to iron. It's a different compound with similar and dissimilar properties. Graphene is currently being used in combination with StemCells to re-grow skin on burn patients.
Carbon Creme is made from natural products so the only side effect possible would be from allergies to certain oils and the plants they are derived from.
Although it has been successfully used on some client's pets, the Teatree oil contained in Carbon Creme can be toxic to dogs if ingested.
Carbon Creme is best when kept between 60 degrees and 110 degrees Faren height. Cooler temperatures make application more difficult and higher temperatures will melt it. It is advisable not to leave it in your car, in a sunny window or under a lamp..
Carbon Creme is shown to be safe on all parts of the body and may be preferable in sensitive areas even orally if desired.
Carbon Creme has been safely tested on several tattoos at different stages of healing. In all cases there has not been any fading or reduction in quality. When applying Carbon Creme to a fresh tattoo use care not to contaminate your container. Carbon Creme works really well to relieve severe itching at about the 5 day mark of tattoo healing.
Those black flakes are simply clumps of millions of layers of Graphene that are stuck together. They will disintegrate when touched..
Heating and cooling may cause separation of the coconut oil from the beeswax. All the ingredients are still there, but it may take longer to apply as the wax needs a higher temperature to liquify and be absorbed.