How to use a Konjac Sponge

How to use a Konjac Sponge

December 30, 2020

The konjac cleansing sponge is an age-old secret in Japan, Korea & China for beautiful skin, their use dates back around 1,500 years. 

The Konjac potato or Konnyaku is a perennial plant native to Asia and can be found growing wild at very high altitudes. A totally natural food source, Konjac is 97% water, rich in mineral goodness and low in calories. The plant is naturally alkaline, which leaves skin perfectly balanced

Our pure Konjac is free from chemicals, colouring, additives and irritants. 100% biodegradable and fully sustainable, this moisture-rich plant fibre is lovingly hand-blended with natural volcanic water to create our powerful sponges.

So, how do you use them?

The konjac sponge can be used on its own, or with the cleanser of your choice. If you use a cleanser, use less than normal, as the sponge helps the cleanser to work harder and go further.

The texture of the konjac sponge is pillow-soft once hydrated in water, and totally safe to use around eyes to remove daily grime and water-based make-up. Hydrate in warm water and squeeze excess water out. Taking the sphere side, gently massage the sponge over skin and polish your skin in small, circular motions for as little or long as you like.

Focus on problem areas, and use twice daily for the best effects. After use, squeeze the sponge out and hang to dry. The better care you give the sponge the longer it lasts, which can be up to 3 months.

At Saints of the Wild we sell The Konjac Sponge Company’s purest Konjac sponges. These are free from chemicals, colouring, additives and irritants.

•  Gently Exfoliates
•  Deeply Cleanses Skin and Eye Area
•  Refines Pores
•  Ideal for easily irritated, hypersensitive skin
•  Prepares the skin for make-up
•  Leaves skin radiant and rejuvenated
•  Works with or without cleanser
•  Suits even the most sensitive skin

Reference: www.konjacspongecompany.com

 

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