What is a konjac sponge?
A konjac sponge is made from a porous vegetable known as the Konnyaku root, which grows abundantly in Asia. It is said that the first konjac sponges were made long ago by the Japanese, who used them on their babies to cleanse their skin.
Are konjac sponges worth it?
Yes! If you are the sort of individual with oily or Acne prone skin, then the Benecos Natural Black Bamboo Konjac Sponge may prove a a great addition to your Skincare routine.
Can you use a konjac sponge everyday?
Yes! The gentle Benecos Natural Black Bamboo Konjac Sponge can be used daily, but it's important to remember that as it exfoliates the skin, those with sensitive skin may wish to consider using infrequently.
Where should I store my konjac sponge?
To avoid disintegration, you should not hang the Benecos Natural Black Bamboo Konjac Sponge around a tap or let frequent water drip upon it while it dries.
How do you dispose of a konjac sponge?
As an all natural product, you can dispose of your old Benecos Natural Black Bamboo Konjac Sponge by adding it to your compost or food waste bin.