If you’re look around the web at other review sites, you may have come across reviews about The Japanese Konjac Sponge. I have always been interested to see what all the fuss is about so I decided to apply to review the Green Tea version. These can be purchased for $11.96 and they offer a great deal of other varieties including, charcoal, wild mint and many more.
Product Description: The Japanese Konjac Sponge – Green Tea Konjac Puff is made by adding Green Tea Extract to the Konjac mixture. Japanese Green Tea has a unique sterilizing effect to facilitates beautiful radiant soft skin by combating inflammation from acne and preventing spots.
Benefits: Suitable for oily and combination skin types. Gently exfoliates skin and helps to remove dirt, oil, dead skin cells, and blackheads. Thoroughly cleanses skin pores. Helps the skin looking softer and cleaner. Hydrates skin & balances pH.
Common Uses: Use as a daily natural cleansing and bath sponge for face. Soak it with warm water and combine it with your favorite cleanser.
Ingredients: 100% Konjac Glucomannan, Green Tea Extract, Green Clay.
When I first opened the package a hard green sponge fell out of the package. When I say hard, I mean like concrete hard! I had to soak the sponge in warm water for about ten minutes for it to soften up. When it finally did soften up, it was incredible. You can see from the pictures below it really grew in size!
I used this sponge all last week in the morning and at night. I have noticed such a difference in my skin. Not only does my face feel smooth, but I have noticed a dramatic reduction in blackheads. I hate blackheads, ugh!! Most of us do. I have always had them on my nose, no matter what products I used, they would always appear. I am super tickled that something as simple as this product, really could make a difference.
The Japanese Konjac Sponge, Green Tea, is for oily and combination skin. For the price, I don’t think this would be a bad investment. I have never tried any of the other Konjac sponges, but I would like to try them out and see what the different ones do.