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What Is a Konjac Sponge?
If you haven’t heard about Konjac sponges, you will love them if sustainable vegan-friendly beauty is your passion. The konjac sponge is a must in any skincare routine.
If you have ever wondered what the secret of Japan’s smooth skin is, well, the answer is simple, the use of a konjac sponge. Everyone is obsessed with the Konjac Sponge, from skin experts to pro-facialists, as they swear that the konjac sponge is responsible for glowing skin.
A konjac sponge is made from natural konjac root, a porous vegetable that grows in Asia. They were developed by Japanese farmers to cleanse a baby’s skin. Because they are so gentle, konjac sponges are now used to exfoliate dead or dry skin during your daily skincare routine.
It is essential to know that konjac sponges are part of a vegetable root, so they are natural and environmentally friendly. When they are wet, you will feel an odd texture a little bit like gel. Because the plant is alkaline, it can delicately cleanse the skin.
Please take note that the konjac sponge hardens when dry, but all it takes is to let them soak in water for a minute to soften up before using.
It is important to know that all sponges advertised as konjac sponges contain konjac. The difference is their color and added ingredients.
You should know that the konjac sponge is the same; the variations in color come from the different active ingredients.
For instance, if the konjac sponge is gray, it contains charcoal. If it is green, it contains green tea or green clay. White konjac sponges contain pure konjac root and if they are red, they most likely contain French red clay.
To know which konjac sponge is best for your needs, you need to consider your skin type.
Konjac sponges are made from an Asian root plant. They are a great option for cleansing and exfoliating as they are affordable, gentle, and easy to use.
They are available without added ingredients, or you can choose one with added extras like charcoal, clay, or green tea, depending on your skin type and your skincare goals.If your skin is super sensitive, we suggest you consult with a dermatologist before using a konjac sponge.