The Konjac Sponge Co vegetable fiber sponges is a tremendous hype amongst beauty bloggers. I’ve wanted one for ages, but because I used Clarisonic Mia and Dr. Hauschka Sponge for my skin care routine, I kept delaying the purchase. In case you don’t know what a konjac sponge is, it’s a natural sponge made from a plant fiber of Konjac. Konjac sponges are excellent for deep skin cleansing and gentle exfoliation. Because they are so soft, these sponges are suitable even for most sensitive skin. These sponges are often infused with additional ingredients, like clays or charcoal, to increase their effectiveness. Also, they are vegan and cruelty-free.
This new Konjac Heart Pink Clay Sponge* for tired and devitalized skin is a heart-shaped lightweight natural vegetable sponge infused with nourishing French pink clay. Pink clay is ideal for sensitive and rosacea-prone skin (see my Cattier Pink Clay Mask review). When the sponge is dry, it has a firm texture, but it quickly becomes soft and lovely when gets wet. It has a short loop attached to it, so after using the sponge, you can hand it in the sink to dry. Except if you have a curious cat, then you probably want a safer place for it (speaking from experience).
You can use any these sponges with or without a cleanser. They remove makeup perfectly well without a cleanser; however, I still use some cleanser in the evening, because I feel that way it removes my mascara quicker (or maybe I should start using a makeup remover instead). The sponge lasts about 4-6 weeks. I’m definitely going to repurchase this or the Red Clay Sponge for sensitive skin.
Pure Konjac Face Sponge* is made from 100% pure Konjac fibers and well. It has a different shape than the Pink Clay Sponge, which to me looks like a computer mouse. This shape lets to hold and use the sponge comfortably. The Sponge is suitable for all skin types, and you also can use it with or without a cleanser. It’s a deeply cleansing, pores refining and pH balancing cleansing tool, which leaves the skin, despite its type, feeling clean and fresh.
Have you tried these sponges?
I love Konjac sponges! I just moved back to the States from living in Korea for a few years. A lot of Konjac sponges come from Korea’s Jeju Island. Needless to say, I stocked up big time before leaving. They are only $1-2 there, whereas in the US they can run up to $30!
I have one for my face and I use a big on for my body. Love love love.
Your blog is fantastic, by the way!
I’m a big fan of Konjac Sponge Co. The one I’ve had since November has recently passed away :'( so I’d like to try this new shaped one. They are the best,
Loving the Konjac sponges! x
I have heard the best things about this company! :0)
I hadn’t heard of Konjac sponges before! They look awesome. Thanks for sharing 🙂
I love Konjac Sponges! 🙂 xx
I love Konjac sponges but really want to try these cool shaped ones! 🙂 Rach xx
i love the heart shaped one, so cute!
I love your blog! 🙂