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what konjac sponge is personalised to you *Christmas edition*

About the brand:

This brand is the original konjac sponge company producing sponges free from chemicals, colourings and additives for the skin. This brands konjac sponges originate in South Korea and are staples in Korean skincare routines. There sponges are 100% natural and mineral rich while being vegan and cruelty free. They are also multi-award winning sponges deliver amazing cleansing experiences with the purest and most natural ingredients.

The konjac sponge is made from the amorphophallus konjac plant root which is used to cleanse, revitalise and lightly exfoliate the skin packed full with ingredients such as vitamins A,E,D,B1,B2,B6,B12,C, amino acids potassium, magnesium, iron and many more. The Japanese have recognised the benefits of the konjac plant since the 6th century.

Why do you need to know what one suits you:

You need to know what product suits your skin type as it may damage your skin permanently as if you have dry skin but use products for oily skin it will dry out your skin further and crack the surface of the skin on the face, and if oily skin used something for dry skin types they wouldn’t get rid of the sebum on there face and it will clog the pores causing acne and excess oils still on the face.

Rudolph red French clay for dry skin:

This is a travel konjac sponge, which has very cute Rudolph, Christmas packaging which is amazing especially if you are getting it as a stocking filler for a friend or for a family member. they are easy to travel with and gentle to exfoliate the skin daily to keep your dead skin cells turning over which in turn will give you glowing soft younger looking skin.

Red French clay is known for attaching themselves to oil, bacteria and impurities, without stripping the skin which is essential for people with dry skin as you don’t want to strip the skin promoting dull wrinkles. this exfoliates and cleanses the skin without stripping or being abrasive to the skin.

When I used this product it helps to extract all the dirt and sebum from my face without stripping all my natural oils from my face. This konjac sponge is a lovely reddish colour and is used to help people who also suffer from rashes, redness and inflammatory skin issues. This would be an amazing stocking filler or even a gift for a beauty fan as these are promoted in the Korean beauty community for the boosting skin and helping the exfoliate without breaking the skins surface and allowing dirt in to clog the pores.

Snowman original konjac sponge for normal and all skin types:

This is the original konjac sponge with no added ingredients, the konjac sponge is made from amorphophallus konjac plant root which is packed full of vitamins such as A, E D, B1,B2, B6, B12, C and amino acids. The Japanese beauty industry have recognised the benefits of konjac sponges since the 6th century.

The konjac sponge is a cost effective 100% natural and organic so this product is safe for people who don’t want animal tested or processed products on there face.

I like this konjac sponge if you don’t know someone’s skin type, this would be an ideal sponge as it is suitable for all skin types. I loved this konjac sponge as if you don’t know what your skin needs or if you are on top of your skincare and you have normal skin. This is a lovely gift have also given a few friends as this is always a great stocking filler, while also being good for people who suffer with acne, dull skin or slow cell turn over.

Blitzen bamboo charcoal for oily skin types:

This is the bamboo charcoal konjac sponge, charcoal is widely known for its absorption of oil and excess sebum and used in a lot of products for people with oily skin at it helps to minimise and take away the excess production of sebum from the skin.

Bamboo is know for being an absorbent product with soothing and anti acne properties and is recommended by many dermatologists for people with oily or even combination skin types. This can also be used for combo skin with the red clay konjac sponge and use which you feel you need for each day.

When I used this charcoal konjac sponge, I used it the same way as I did the others, wet the sponge until it is squishy and then use on the face, this konjac sponge is good for sweeping away dead skin cells, helping cell turn over and also absorbing excess sebum from the skin. I liked this konjac sponge as it is an essential in the summer but also great for people with oily skin in the winter, I am giving this one to a close friend to try out for Christmas. it is also a great size for her as she travels a lot.

Gingerbread man with camomile for sensitive skin:

This is a konjac sponge infused with camomile for sensitive as it is widely known that camomile is used to sooth sensitive skin. The packaging of this product is super cute and would be great for a stocking filler, especially for beauty fans. this is a product that gently exfoliates the face as you use it, while you can use this product with or without a face wash.

Camomile has a soothing, antibacterial and anti inflammatory properties this is why it is widely used for sensitive skin in there skincare products. This is also a mini konjac sponge so also would be good for people who travel as it doesn’t take up much room.

When I used this this konjac sponge I loved it as having sensitive skin myself its hard to exfoliate the skin without, breaking out or going as red as a beetroot. but this is a great solution as its gentle to the skin while also promoting cell turnover through exfoliation of the face, I had no bad reactions to this product, but I woke up with a brighter glow to the face, that also felt more supple and soft. I have personally used this product and would suggest to give to a friend or family member with sensitive skin to help brighten up there lives without the redness.

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