17 August 2013

Visit! The Konjac Sponge Pop-Up Shop

Next week, the Konjac Sponge Company will be opening a pop-up shop in central London.

If you remember, a year or so ago, I had a sponge-crazy phase, of which the Konjac Sponge was a part of so I'm quite excited to see what I make of it, and have it back in my routine since my vision of what skincare has changed a lot since then! 


The Konjac Sponge is a sponge made of a root vegetable from Japan (which by the way is super yummy and healthy!), and is steamed and baked into these cute little sponges. Each sponge has mixed in a different ingredient, so they're made for all different skintypes. The one you see above is the one I had, the green clay one for normal to oily skin. There are also a few others:

Original Sponge
Bamboo Charcoal: for oily/acne-prone skin
French Red Clay: for dry/sensitive skin
French Green Clay: for normal/oily skin
French Pink Clay: for tired/devitalised skin

They all retail for £6.99, and they also have body sponges for £9.99 that help with ingrown hairs and blemishes, and a supersize for £11.99 for a deep cleanse scrub. They've also created a sports sponge with a travel sponge for gym sessions for £11.99.

The thing that sets the sponges apart is that it's so soft and gentle, yet it also exfoliates which means you can use it under your eyes and also without a cleanser. It also has a massaging effect that drains the excess fluid that may cause puffiness.

For the eco-warriors out there, the sponge is also completely biodegradable and can be buried in the ground after it's had its use!

Curious? Be sure to attend the Konjac Sponge Company's pop-up shop in London, where you can talk to specialists and pick up a sponge of your own.

Where: 10A Blandford Street, Marylebone, London W1U 4AZ
When: 20th - 24th August 2013

Chat with them on Twitter for more info :)

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3 comments:

  1. Hopefully I'll be in good shape to get out next week as I've been wanting to try one of these sponges for awhile. It would be nice to visit the shop first though. Thanks for posting about this. :)

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    1. I'm glad it helped and I hope you feel better!

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  2. deep tissue massage
    sydney massage
    remedial massage
    sports massage


    I actually get acupuncture. There's one of our teacher's insurance. Really has helped with my feet.

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