Why you’ll love it
Your beauty routine will never be this easy. BKIND’s Konjac facial sponge infused with French pink clay cleans your face in a single step without the need of adding soap! Infused with French pink clay, this Konjac sponge is perfect for the most sensitive skins. In fact, pink clay is known for its abilities to soothe the skin and purifying while being gentle on the skin. Plus, it evens and brightens the complexion at the same time!
Here is what you get:
- 100% natural fibers
- exfoliates gently
- cleanses deeply
- refines the pores
- cleanses and exfoliates gently the sensitive eye area
- leaves the skin radiant and rejuvenated
- suitable for sensitive skin
- balances the pH of the skin
- 100% natural, additives and coloring agent free
What is the Konjac sponge?
This 100% natural and biodegradable sponge is made from Konjac root fibers. Its irregular texture makes it a perfect smooth sponge that exfoliates very gently and is perfect for the most sensitive skins. Because the Konjac sponge is a cleanser itself, you can now stop buying many plastic bottles of cleanser!
How to use the Konjac sponge
Before use, rinse the sponge with warm water. Gently massage the face with circular motions. Allow the sponge to dry before storage. Always allow the sponge to fully absorb water before use. The sponge expands to full size when hydrated with water, the perfect dimension for your hand. After 2 or 3 months of use (or 100 uses), put the Konjac sponge in the compost.
BKIND’s mission is to provide quality products that are not tested on animals and are completely safe for the environment. Their products are plant-based and made from 100% natural ingredients. As a compassionate business, they are not only cruelty-free but they’re also as sustainable as possible. The packaging for their products is made entirely from recyclable materials. They also try to reduce their carbon footprint as much as possible by doing local deliveries via bike courier. And lastly, they believe in responsible consumerism and as such, the coffee they use in their products comes from their friends at Cafe Rico, a certified fair-trade and organic coffee roaster from Montreal.