Konjac facial sponge

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Konjac facial sponge

14.75

What’s a konjac sponge? It’s a plant based exfoliating facial sponge that has been used by the Japanese for the past 1,500 years. The konjac root, which looks like a big potato, is ground into flour, mixed with water, and baked in the oven to create these sponges. Konjac sponges are very gentle and can be used on babies or to help calm acne breakouts.

How to use:
- Run it under water until it expands and softens
- Can be used with plain water or with a cleanser
- Rub gently to exfoliate the skin
- Rinse after use and hang to dry between uses

Each sponge lasts approximately three months. It will begin to crumble when it is time to be replaced. It can be composted in backyard or municipal compost systems.

These sponges are made by a French company called Lamazuna who produce them in a factory in North China. This factory was specifically chosen for the quality of its facilities and high hygiene standards. This factory also produces food grade konjac powder intended to replace gelatin in vegan cuisine. Lamazuna offsets its production emission through a forest they’ve been planting since 2013.

Material: konjac root and water
Manufacturer: Lamazuna (France)

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