Natural Konjac Sponge - Green Tea
Konjac sponges cleanse and exfoliate in one simple step, giving your skin a smooth and glowing look, without the harsh irritation of a physical scrub. You can use your konjac sponges twice a day: a light cleanse in the morning, and a double cleanse in the evening.
Greenfrog Botanic's Green Tea konjac sponge is infused with green tea polyphenols catechins to soothe and moisturise, tighten pores, tone complexion and revitalize damaged skin cells.
Naturally, simply, good for your skin.
100% natural konjac sponge, green tea
Made from a plant!
Enriched for your skin
Packed with minerals & antioxidants
Free from impurities & pollutants
Cruelty Free & Certified Vegan
Environmentally smart, safe and sustainable
British Owned and Run
When you first use a konjac sponge, it will have a firm, tight texture, so your first step is to fill the sink with warm water and submerge the sponge for a minute or so, until it has expanded and is lovely and soft.
Gently squeeze out the excess water, and then it’s ready for use.
Once you’re done cleansing, give the sponge a final rinse and then squeeze out the excess water. Hang it up to dry properly – don’t leave it on the sink!
Konjac sponges harden when dry, so simply let them soak in the shower or sink for a minute to soften them up before using.
Konjac sponges are a natural material, so will start to biodegrade over time. If you take care of your sponge, it should last you around six to eight weeks. We recommend replacing after six to make sure your skin stays clean and healthy.
Not only will the plastic used to make standard sponges never biodegrade but they also release microfibres into the water. This is now ending up in our food chains, meaning that we are eating up to a credit card-sized amount of plastic every week.
Many also contain Triclosan, an anti-bacterial and anti-fungal chemical impregnated in some sponges. This chemical has detrimental effects on our marine ecosystems.
By switching to a 100% natural Konjac sponge that is biodegradable ensures that you're doing your bit to help lower these issues.