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Konjac sponge

Konjac sponge

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Our Konjac sponges are made only of natural Konjac (without chemicals, dyes, additives and irritants). Made from natural Konjac root, a porous vegetable that grows in Asia. They are a natural cleanser and exfoliant, gentle and suitable for daily use. They can be used with or without a cleanser because of their naturally alkaline properties.

Good for your skin and the environment.

Available in 4 variants:

  • Neutral: use on all skin types for very gentle exfoliation.
  • Red Clay: use on mature or dry skin. Enriched with red clay, massage with this sponge stimulates blood circulation and promotes cell renewal. Skin appears visibly decongested after each use.
  • Green Tea: for use on all skin types. The antioxidants in green tea extracts help preserve skin elasticity.
  • Bamboo Charcoal: Use on oily, acne-prone or combination skin. This sponge purifies the skin, thanks to the antioxidant properties and minerals in charcoal.

100% biodegradable
(can be composted).

How does it work

Before first use
boil the sponge in water for 10 minutes, then let it cool (repeat the same operation every now and then to keep the sponge clean)

Before each use
rehydrate the sponge under water. Once soft, gently massage the skin with circular movements, with or without cleanser

After each use
rinse the sponge in warm water and gently wring out the excess, place it in a dry place. Do not wring out the sponge forcefully to avoid damaging it.

How and where to use it

The sponge can be stored for 2 to 4 months, depending on the frequency of use.

Konjac sponges can beUse with a solid or liquid detergent or naturally(konjac is a naturally alkaline root, which gives it a gentle cleansing ability like soap)

Konjac sponges harden when dry, so that's itLet them soak in the shower or sink for a minute to soften them before using.

It is possible to disinfect Konjac sponges every two weeks by immersing them in a bowl with boiling water for three/four minutes.

Composition and warnings

Konjac is onenatural root, aporous vegetablesimilar to potatoes, which grows in Asia. It's full offiberssoluble, which makes it a very popular food in Asian cuisine.

Because konjac root is very porous, it's easy to form it into mini sponges that look like little cakes. Konjac sponges were first created by Japanese farmers forcleanse children's skin.

Materials and Packaging

The sponges are completely Konjacbiodegradableand can be thrown into the compost.

Packaging:FSC® MIX cardboard, 100% recyclable.

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