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If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you might remember when I found the most wonderful konjac sponge almost three years ago (you find some wonderful pictures of that here #sarcasm). Since that post, I’ve had experience with a few others that were really great.
Back in March, my Petit Vour box included a konjac angel cloth from The Konjac Sponge Company. It’s made out of the same material as a konjac sponge, only it’s a cloth form. Imagine a spongey muslin cloth, and that’s what it is.
It is amazing.
I’ve always said the one thing I love about konjac sponges is their versatility. You can use them alone or with cleanser, they exfoliate, they cleanse, and they are very travel friendly. After seeing my post on Instagram, The Konjac Sponge Company asked if I’d like to try another sponge. Of course, I said yes. They have a large variety of konjac sponges, some of which I’ve never even heard of before.
This Mythical Mermaid Konjac Sponge is formulated with red french clay. French clay is known for stimulating blood flow while cleansing dead skin cells. Exfoliation and cell regeneration at the same time? Yes, please and thank you! Bonus, the packaging is adorable and it comes with a hook to store the sponge. Since the spout of my sink is curved, I don’t really need the hook. I simply hang the sponge over my spout and it dries overnight!
In case you’ve never seen a konjac sponge before, this is what it looks like dry. It feels solid and is not squishy at all.
It takes just a moment to soak it with
water. You can then cleanse your face with or without cleanser. If you
choose to use cleanser, the great thing is you don’t need a lot at
all. The konjac sponge makes the product go further.
I don’t always use a cleanser. Sometimes I use it as a makeup remover with my cleanser or I use it without cleanser during my second cleanse. It feels amazing in the morning (sans cleanser). It really wakes up my skin and gives me a really great start to the day.
Since these last about 2-3 months, my original Angel cloth from my March Petit Vour has been tossed. I’ll be using this red konjac sponge for the next few months and then I’ll try a different one. If you garden, this sponge can be composted or used to help your plants hold onto water.
Have you ever tried a konjac sponge?
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