Konjac Facial Sponge
Are vibrating face brushes really the key to healthy, glowing skin?
Battery operated cleansing brushes – move over, there’s a new tool in town, and it doesn’t need batteries, doesn’t rotate, or vibrate. Its only promise is - radiant skin.
Looking for a natural, eco-friendly, pore-perfecting godsend that’ll gently cleanse your skin without brushes, scrubs, or other harsh tools? Then, you should consider our charcoal infused konjac sponge.
Affordable, gentle, and simple to use. It’s suitable for cleansing and exfoliating most skin types, (it may be too rough for sensitive skin.)
Konjac is mild enough to use every day and gentler than scrubs. It’s 100% natural and plant-based.
Charcoal is good for acne-prone and oily skin types to purify and control excess sebum. Charcoal also has antibacterial properties which makes it great for general cleansing.
Your skin and the planet will thank you for it. It’s like body brushing but for your face.
Even though it is naturally antibacterial, this wonder veggie is not self-cleaning per se. Replace it every month or so when it appears to disintegrate. But here’s the clincher – it’s 100% compostable.
How to use me:
The konjac sponge is appealing because of how easy it is to use and clean.
- Prior to using it - it will be small and hard and will require soaking in water for 10-15 minutes to expand to its full size
- Any uses after this, will only need soaking for 1-2 minutes
- Gently squeeze excess water, apply cleanser (if desired) though it works great just with water as well
- Begin cleaning by massaging the sponge in circular motion, starting at the centre of your face working your way up and out
- Rinse well with water and squeeze excess after every use
- Hang it up to dry or put on a rack, ensuring there is airflow
Replace every month depending on how often you use it.
100% compostable. Dispose responsibly.
This essential skin care item is made from an Asian porous root plant and is 100% natural. Known for its health benefits, Konjac has been used in Japanese culture for centuries as a facial and body cleansing sponge for delicate skin, especially for babies.