Everything you need to know about konjac sponge

Likewise sonic cleaning brushes, there’s a new brush in tool and it does not rotate, oscillate or vibrate, but it does promise is a smooth and moisturizing skin just by washing it. Check out this konjac brush made from konjac root, a root that is grown in Asia. In this article, we will discuss everything including its their tips and how to use konjac brushers.

They are extremely gentle on skin

Konjac sponges are too gentle. They are more gentle than scrubs so they are used for daily exfoliating recommended by a dermatologist in new york. You can use them on sensitive skin, dry flakes and rosacea for gentle cleaning purposes.

They are Great makeup removers

They will take off all your makeup. When you use it with soap and water, konjac sponges will remove all of your makeup than washing with your hands. You can remove your mascara with just one round of it around the eyes.

They give you a radiant glow

The konjac sponges work to gently exfoliate your skin, removing dead skin cells, giving you a smooth and glowing skin. The more you use the sponge the more benefits you will see. Just don’t expect too much like a pretty glowing skin that you will get from a facial.

They deep clean in just a few steps 

To use the sponge simply soak it with water for 10 to 20 minutes allowing it to expand and soften. Squeezing the sponge to remove the extra water and then add your go-to cleanser. From there, you can use the sponge to scrub it on your face in circular motions. Once used, rinse out the sponge and hang it on a dry place overnight.

They don’t improve acne

Some of the sponges claim to be antibacterial but konjac sponges will not remove your acne and you have to dispose of it after one month of use.

Some are Packed in a moist environment

 If you order a sponge-like Julep Konjac sponge, knowing that it will come in sealed packaging. The outside of the konjac sponge package is clear and you can see the condensation forming on the inside.

Different Colored Konjac Sponges Signify Different Active Ingredients

Konjac sponges come in a variety of colors, the color depends upon the material used in the sponges. If the sponge is black then it is made up of charcoal, it the color is green it is made up of green tea, if it is white then there can be kaolin clay, if it is red then there is probably French red clay. There’s also a blue clay konjac sponge and a yellow clay konjac sponge. You can find a wide variety of konjac sponges on stores like pusponge. This company is only based to be used in making these sponges.

 They Can Be Composted

Because Konjac sponges are 100 percent biodegradable, they can be composted along with your veggie, fruit, and plant remains.

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