* Wet the sponge with warm water. * Gently squeeze the excess water out by pressing the konjac sponge between your palms. Don’t be rough with it. Apply a small amount of cleanser (if desired), or just use the sponge plain. * Rub the konjac sponge on the face in upward, circular motions. Concentrate on dry or blackhead-prone areas. * Rinse the konjac sponge well with cool water and gently squeeze the excess water out by pressing the sponge between your palms. Don’t twist, wring, or pull on it. * Hang it to dry, or put it on a rack so there’s airflow.
Japanese women use Konjac for 1500 years in order to exfoliate their face daily. Korean people used it for the wash of their babies. Thanks to its gently cleaning, it could help to relieve acne.
Its properties are surprising as it is both, effective like a skin exfoliation glove and soft like a bamboo flower.
Leave your Konjac sponge drying after usage. Drying time depends on the dampness of the bathroom. Its cotton lace allows to hang up your sponge.
Every sponge has a lifetime of 3 months: after that, it will crumble, thus you can throw out it in your compost.
Sarah C. on 06/16/2019
Très bon produit
Virginia B. on 10/12/2018
Très bon produit MIF. L’éponge absorbe très rapidement l’eau ce qui évite d’attendre plusieurs minutes sous le robinet. Je mets la note de 8 car la forme mériterait d’être plus allongée pour pouvoir passer l’éponge plus facilement sous le creux des yeux