How Should You Clean a Konjac Sponge?
“Rinse out the konjac sponge with warm water, and squeeze out all the water. Ensure that the konjac sponge is fully air dried out between use, and do not keep the konjac sponge in the shower but rather store in a cool, dry place” says Levin. And since the sponge is “not self-cleaning," don’t forget to “replace [your konjac sponge] every four weeks.”
Made from its roots, the konjac sponge can contribute a whole lot of good to the skin, as the konjac plant itself (or “konnyaku”) is high in several natural ingredients. These can help nourish the skin and sustain its health, giving you the radiant glow of flawless skin!
What Is the Purpose of a Konjac Sponge?
The main use of a konjac sponge is to “remove dirt, pollutants, and oil,” konjac sponge “can not only effectively cleanse the skin, but it can also exfoliate the skin to remove dead skin cells.”
Wuhan Bebevisa Biotech Co., Ltd.