Always remove makeup before using. No need for cleanser, just soak this natural sponge in lukewarm water and gently scrub your face in circular motions. To preserve condition, please keep your konjac sponge in a dry, cool and fresh place.
Recommended Time: Everyday, in the AM and PM. Replace your konjac sponge every 4 weeks.
Use It With:
Our hand-wrapped gift option comes with the furoshiki, a versatile, Japanese gift wrapping cloth.
Made in: Kyoto, Japan
What Else You Need to Know: The furoshiki can be used as a wine holder, a bag, an accessory, a handkerchief, and even a bento box holder.
It is made from konjac root, which is edible. It is natural, vegan, biodegradable, sustainable and environmentally friendly.
It is used to cleanse, remove dead skin cells, and gently exfoliate the skin. By daily cleansing with the sponge, pores are refined, impurities lifted and the skin has been stimulated by the massaging effect. The massaging effect stimulates the blood flow to the surface of the skin and aids skin cell renewal and repair and leaves a healthy glow.
- It cleans the skin WITHOUT soap
- It allows a comfortable and gentle peeling - It moisturizes naturally.
Make the sponge a part of your daily regime. Simply use the sponge morning and evening, or whenever you would usually wash or cleanse your face. You cannot actually over exfoliate with the sponge, as it is delicate and only removes the dead skin cells, never damaging the new skin that's underneath. It's kinder than heavy exfoliants, so very suitable for daily use.
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Japanese wrapping cloth used as a sustainable alternative to paper gift wrapping. There are multiple ways to wrap a furoshiki.
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