Konjac Sponge :

It is a gentle facial cleanser with 100% natural vegetable fibres.

What is konjac ? 

Actually it comes from konjac potato or konnyaku which is a perennial plant native to Asia, and can be found growing wild at very high altitudes. It contains 97% water, rich in mineral goodness. Konjac is pH neutral which leaves skin perfectly balanced.

Konjac sponge is free from chemicals and colouring additives. 100% Biodegradable. These sponges are Hand made.

There are different types of sponges available. What i am using  is the one with Bamboo Charcoal which is naturally anti bacterial and anti fungal and contains activated carbon and minerals. it have been used for years to absorb toxins, remove excess oils.

Here are the pictures when it is soaked fully with water.


How i use :

The sponge will be little hard when its dry. It should be used after fully saturated with water and squeeze out the excess water.  First i spread the cleanser on my face and massage with the sponge in circular motion. After using, i rinse it under running water, squeeze out the excess water and let it air dry.

What i think about this sponge :

This Black konjac sponge is for the ones who have oily, blemish prone skin. It only contains pure konjac vegetable fibres with added Bamboo charcoal. This one is suitable for both men and women.I have been using it for 3 weeks now. I love it so far. It really absorbs the excess oil in my face and leave it so soft, fresh and super clean. It gently exfoliates everyday dirt and makeup.With Proper Maintenance, it can be used up to 2 to 3 months.

Available in cult beauty online here . It costs £8.99.

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