Beauty Kitchen Konjac Sponge|| Review.

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Do you ever come over  across beauty products and think, “is this worth the hype”? That’s what happened to me when I first discovered konjac sponges-through YouTube of course ,those darn beauty bloggers really know how to get me hooked lol  ( Relax its Banter ).

I’m a bit of a sucker for amazing skincare accessories that promise to do my laundry,pay may taxes  and spray me with pixie dust ,I  won’t lie  I had second thoughts. I didn’t know anything about this mysterious sponge but I have been amused and impressed with the new wave of Japanese products flooding the beauty industry.

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So you might be wondering  “What in heavens name is a Konjac Sponge ?”.

The Konjac Potato or Konnyaku is a perennial plant native to Asia, and can be found growing wild at very high altitudes. A totally natural food source, Konjac is 97% water, rich in mineral goodness and low in calories. Naturally alkaline, Konjac is pH neutral which leaves skin perfectly balanced.

PURE AND POLLUTANT FREE

Konjac sponges are free from chemicals, colouring, additives and irritants. 100% biodegradable and fully sustainable, this moisture rich plant fibre is mixed and handmade  with natural water filtered through volcanic rock.

USED FOR OVER 1,500 YEARS

First discovered in the Indochinese region, Konnyaku has been used in Korea, Japan and China for over 1,500 as medicine, food, a dieting aid and as a beauty product. Highly prized for its health giving properties the Konjac Sponge was originally created for delicate baby skin.

After reading about all these beautiful things,i went on to my favourite site for decent natural and free from skincare  and stumbled across a brand called beauty kitchen which offers konjac sponges at an excellent price.

I was so happy to see Beauty Kitchen bringing out their own konjac sponge. These come wet, so you can see/feel just how soft they will be on your skin. All you have to do is wet the sponge in warm water and use by itself, or alongside your cleanser. The sponge is great at getting rid of make-up, although it can be difficult to get into the inner corner of the eye. But as the sponge is flexible you’ll soon figure out how to get around this problem. After use, the sponge  needs a little rinse under water, and then you can hang it to dry( it comes with a handy little string ). It shrinks once dry, which means it’s easy to transport, and all it needs is to be run under or soaked in water for your next use.

 

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BENEFITS

  • 100% natural vegetable fibres
  • Packed with minerals and antioxidants
  • Non toxic
  • 100% free from impurities and pollutants
  • Earth friendly
  • 100% cruelty free & certified vegan
  • Naturally sustainable
  • Environmentally Safe
  • Gentle on skin
  • 100% Colouring Free
  • 100% Additive Free
  • 100% Biodegradable
  • Reusable

CONS

  • Can be difficult to get into the inner corner of the eye and areas around nose.

At only £6.99, Beauty Kitchen’s Facial Konjac Sponge is an a mazing  buy. I will definitely recommend the Konjac sponge and Beauty Kitchen range  for your skincare needs.

You can purchase Beauty Kitchen’s Konjac Sponge in-store and online at Holland and Barrett.

 

 

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