Konjac Facial Sponge - Bamboo Charcoal Fashion
Your charm regimen will never be this easy! Our Konjac face sponge infused with lavender cleans your face in a solitary action without soap!
This Konjac sponge is perfect for oily as well as acne-prone skin.
Triggered bamboo charcoal: Infused with triggered charcoal, this Konjac sponge is excellent for oily and also bothersome skins. Actually, turned on charcoal has the power to imitate a magnet: it soaks up the sebum, retires contaminations as well as allow your skin fresh, tidy as well as matte.
This 100% natural and eco-friendly sponge is made from Konjac origin fibers. Its irregular appearance makes it a best smooth sponge that exfoliates really gently as well as is best for the most delicate skins. Because the Konjac sponge is a cleanser itself, you can now lower making use of plastic bottles!
HOW TO USAGE
Wash the Konjac sponge with cozy water till it ends up being soft. Massage the skin by making round motions. Wash the sponge and hang it with the string to allow it dry in between usages.
After 2 or 3 months of usage (or 100 uses), placed the Konjac sponge in the garden compost.
100% Cruelty-Free and also Vegan|Konjac, Turned On Bamboo Charcoal
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