The Mysterious Konjac Sponge
What is the Konjac Sponge?
The Konjac comes from a potato-like plant in Asia that is cultivated and grows wild at high altitude. The Japanese have used Konjac for over 1500 years as a food source and over the last century have been using it as a beauty treatment.
This 100% natural sponge has a soft texture making it gentle and safe and will not scratch the skin at all while washing away impurities. As the Konjac is made from plant fiber it naturally contains various positive minerals and anti-oxidant ingredients. Furthermore, it is rich in minerals such as copper, zinc, iron and magnesium. These ingredients help nourish and smooth naturally. The sponge contains zero chemical ingredients, thus irritation is rare even if used on sensitive or dry skin.
What does the Konjac sponge do?
The sponge acts as an exfoliator and naturally sloughs off dead cells and skin build-up in the most delicate way. When skin is nicely exfoliated, creams and serums are absorbed easier and better results are achieved.
How do I use the Konjac sponge?
When you first use the sponge it will be dry and hard. You need to wet it under warm water until it is completely wet. Once wet, simply squeeze excess water out and start using it. The best way to use the sponge is by massaging it in circular motions around the face and neck to exfoliate and remove all make-up and daily dirt. The massaging also helps stimulate tired skin and encourage new skin renewal.
How long does the Konjac sponge last & how to care for It?
Depending on how you care for it, the sponge lasts about 2 months. Ensure that after each use, it completely dries out. Simply rinse the sponge after each use and squeeze out excess moisture. By doing this you will give the sponge a longer life. Eventually the sponge will break apart and deteriorate. This is a natural, and it is time to replace the sponge.
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