PH Neutralizing Sterilizing Facial Konjac Sponge
This small handheld beauty tool is also simple to use, cutting the chances of not achieving the optimized results by half! This means you will be on your way to smoother skin twice as fast – no complex instructions needed. Just the konjac sponge and your cleanser, and you’re good to go. Taking care of the sponge is also easy. The natural fibers of the konjac sponge allow it to dry quickly in between each use, and this prevents the growth of bacteria or mold.
Most konjac sponges that are sold in store today arrive in dry form and must be run under warm water before use. The konjac fiber holds water extremely well which makes it the perfect product for use as a gentle bath sponge that does not injure the skin like some aggressive forms of exfoliation.
HOW IS A KONJAC SPONGE MADE?
The process for creating a konjac sponge is commonly compared to baking a cake. The root from the konjac plant is turned into a powder which is then mixed with water to form a paste. The paste is then mixed with calcium hydroxide (commonly used in the food industry) and heated. This process solidifies the paste. The sponges are then allowed to dry before being packaged.