Makes your body wash work harder and go further
Promotes healthy skin & Boosts blood circulation
Leaves skin radiant and rejuvenated
Suits even the most sensitive skin
Helps prevent ingrown hairs
100% colouring & additive-free
Suitable for eczema & psoriasis sufferers
Before use, rinse and hydrate your Konjac Sponge in warm water. Squeeze out any excess water and gently cleanse skin. It is not necessary to use cleansing products, but a small amount can be added to your Konjac Sponge if desired. If a cleanser is added, the sponge will help the product work harder and go further.
After use, always rinse your sponge well and allow to dry in an airy place. Be careful not to wring it out as this may damage the delicate plant fibres, just squeeze between your flattened hands. You can also pop your clean sponge in the fridge to keep it fresh and cool, which helps it last even longer. Alternatively, your sponge is happy to be aired on a radiator or heated towel rail. It will shrink and harden when it dries out, this is perfectly natural, simply allow it to absorb water and rehydrate before using again. Never use the sponge when dry. The better care of the sponge, the longer it will last. Never leave the sponge in the shower or in a pool of water. Your Konjac Sponge is a 100% natural vegetable product and should last 1 to 3 months. Once it starts to look tired or breaks down, replace it. Our Konjac Sponges can be safely composted or used in the garden to help water your plants by holding moisture. Never leave a child unattended with a sponge.
Konjac sponges are the most effective Korean skincare tools, deeply cleansing and exfoliating even the most sensitive skin for a natural glow. The Konjac sponges are made by hand in the volcanic hills of Jeju Island in South Korea. A UNESCO world heritage protected site. Jeju Island is renowned as a pristine area of outstanding beauty and reputed to have some of the purest water in the world. Internationally trade marked, they are the original Konjac Sponge Company. The first to market, the one that created the category. Often copied, but never bettered!