Antioxidant Green Tea Konjac Sponge
Konjac is a perennial plant from the Araceae family. Native to the tropical forests of Southeast Asia, it also grows naturally in Japan, Vietnam, China or Korea.
Konjac grows from a tuberous rhizome of very large size (3 to 4 kilos). It is this rhizome which is reduced to powder, itself then transformed into a sponge according to ancestral Asian know-how.
Green Konjac: Natural Konjac powder enriched with antioxidant green tea.
The colour comes from the active ingredients, the Konjac sponges do not contain artificial colours.
The Konjac sponge offers a light exfoliation.
It allows cleaning and make-up removal, and can be used with or without soap.
Some also use Konjac on the body, or even very lightly moistened to apply balm, day cream or foundation.
How to use :
Moisten the Konjac sponge, wring it out, pass it lightly on soap if you wish. Gently massage your face using light circular motions. Rinse.
Cleanses deeply, removing impurities, preventing the pores of the skin from clogging.
Gently exfoliates, without damaging the skin
Naturally antibacterial, it fights effectively against small pimples and is beneficial for acne-prone skin.
Care after use:
To take care of your Konjac, you should rinse it well, wring it out (without twisting it) and hang it up after each use. Its lifespan will be two to three months, for morning and evening use.
When your Konjac is out of use, you can compost it. It is biodegradable.
100% vegetable and natural, compostable, the Konjac sponge is part of a waste reduction approach.
Dimensions of the dry Konjac sponge: 5.5 cm
Dimensions of the humidified Konjac: 7 cm