A GENTLE EXFOLIANT FOR MAXIMUM SKIN GLOW
The beauty world used to think that the harsher the exfoliant the more effective it was. This is not the case. The Konjac Sponge is taking the beauty industry by storm with its ability to effectively exfoliate and remove dead or dry skin cells, without stripping the skin’s surface of important oils and moisture. With regular use, it has been shown to help refine pores, remove impurities, and stimulate skin renewal giving you that healthy glow. Made from 100% natural vegetable products, beauty doesn’t get much cleaner than this.
Care instructions: The better care you take of the sponge, the longer it will last. Never leave it in the shower or in a pool of water. Keep it in a well-ventilated spot once you’ve finished using it. Your Konjac Sponge is a 100% natural vegetable product and should last 4-5 weeks. Once it starts to look tired or breaks down, replace it.
- Suitable for all skin types
- Gentle exfoliant
- 100% natural plant fibre & biodegradable
- Use with or without cleanser
100% natural vegetable fibres (konjac)
- Soak the sponge in water for approximately 5-10 minutes.
- Apply facial cleanser (if desired) onto the sponge, then massage the sponge gently over your face in circular motions.
- Rinse your face.
- Thoroughly rinse the sponge, squeeze out excess water and hang up to air dry. Keep in a dry and ventilated environment.
Why is the Konjac Sponge more effective than a traditional scrub exfoliant?
The Konjac Sponge works well with all skin types as it is gentle – it doesn’t remove important oils and moisture from the face. Other harsh scrubs can irritate skin and cause redness and inflammation, whereas the Konjac Sponge works to gently (but effectively) slough off dry skin leaving the skin bright, soft, and smooth.
How often should you use it?
Because the Konjac Sponge is a gentle exfoliant you can use it 1-2 times daily (in your morning and evening beauty routine) as opposed to other scrubs that are only recommended for use every 1-2 weeks because of how harsh they are.