Konjac Face Sponge
If sustainable, vegan-friendly accessories are what you are looking for, then a konjac sponge might just be a skincare routine game changer.This is Japan's secret to amazingly smooth skin, the humble konjac sponge is the essential skincare accessory for buffing your face to flawless skin that you may never have heard of.Made from natural konjac root which is a type of yam that grows in Asia, konjac sponges were first created by Japanese farmers to cleanse babies' delicate skin, so they are a much gentler way to exfoliate dead or dry skin during your daily face wash.Konjac sponges cleanse and exfoliate in one simple step, giving your skin a smooth and glowing look, and are suitable for the most sensitive skins as you can achieve amazing results with water alone.
How to UseThey arrive dry and look similar to dehydrated muffins. All you need to do is drop it in warm water and the sponge will soften.Gently squeeze out the excess water, and then it’s ready for use.You can choose to use a soap or cleanser or nothing at all with a konjac sponge.Use circular motions moving from the centre outwards to cleanse.If you wear makeup they are great for double cleansing, so start with your cleansing lotion or balm of choice and use it all over the face and remove with the sponge. Follow this by rinsing the sponge and go in for a second cleanse with water alone.The sponges are so gentle, you can even use them on your eyes to get rid of tough eye make-up without irritating this delicate area.When finished rinse and squeeze the water out and hang it up to dry.You will get around 3 months of usage out of this before it needs to be replaced. The great thing is that the Konjac sponge is 100% biodegradable so drop into your compost bin when finished.
Various colours will be supplied but you may request a specific colour.
1. This product is non-food, do not eat;
2. The product has undergone careful safety tests, but it cannot completely exclude non-allergic reactions.
If you are allergic to this product, please stop using it, and consult a doctor if necessary.