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How to clean your skin healthily?

by pusponge24 months ago

How to clean your skin healthily?


 The Konjac potato (or Konnyaku potato) is a herbaceous perennial plant, native to Asia that grows wild at high altitudes. It is a crop that is easy to grow and highly sustainable.

 The Konjac plant has a long history of use throughout Japan, China and Korea, as a food source, a medicine, weight-loss aid and beauty product.

 Our Konjac Sponges are made by hand from 100% edible Konjac potato fibre and are free from chemicals, colours, additives and preservatives.

 These konjac sponges are super soft and ideal for delicate or sensitive skin.They will gently cleanse the face and body, removing dirt, excess oils, flaky skin and blackheads, without the need to use an additional cleanser.

 Konjac Sponge has a unique propriety layer that can hold water very well. When the sponge is saturated with water, its surface is covered by a water layer. This water layer on the sponge's surface constantly acts as a buffer to the skin and the

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