How do you use Konjac sponges?

Konjac sponges

Our konjac sponges are made of only natural konjac (no chemicals, dyes, additives or irritants). Made from natural konjac root (a porous vegetable that grows in Asia), konjac sponges were first created as a way for Japanese farmers to clean a baby's skin, so they're a much gentler way to exfoliate dead or dry skin during your daily face wash.

How they look

Konjac sponges are quite unique in that they are part of a plant root. They have a somewhat odd texture: completely stiff when dry, almost gel-like when wet.

How to use and store

Wet the konjac sponge in warm water until fully rehydrated, then gently wring it out to drain the water. Clean your face in small circles.

Konjac sponges can be used with a solid or liquid cleanser or au naturel (konjac is a naturally quite alkaline root, which gives it a gentle cleansing ability like soap)

Konjac sponges harden when dry, so just let them soak in the shower or sink for a minute to soften before using.

After use, rinse the konjac sponge, wring it out gently to drain the water, and let it air dry (you can hang it with string in our sponges)