- Approx. size: 9.5 x 6.5 x 3cm
- Can be used without any body wash or soaps
- Kinder to your baby’s skin, your environment and your budget
- Suitable for your whole family
- pH balanced
- No synthetic colours or additives
- Ultra-soft and very absorbent (can hold up to 10 times its weight in water)
- Vegan-friendly and Cruelty Free
The konjac potato is a medicinal plant found in Asia; it’s been used as a skin care treatment for centuries, because of its rich mineral content and gentle but effective cleansing properties.
- Konjac is very hydrating (97% water)
- Konjac is also rich in vitamins A, C, E, D, B1, B2, B6, B12 and folic acid
- Konjac is full of minerals like phosphorus, iron, copper and zinc
Did You Know? Your baby’s skin can absorb up to 5 times more chemicals and pollutants than an adults skin – so it’s really important to prevent exposure to the chemicals found in ordinary soaps and body washes.
- Use this soft konjac sponge to gently clean your baby’s skin at bath time. Make sure the sponge is fully hydrated and moist before putting it against your baby’s skin.
- Gently squeeze over baby’s hair at bath time, as an ultra-gentle cleansing shampoo.
- Also suitable for wiping up a messy little face after meals, or gently cleaning inflamed cheeks during teething.
- If you use the sponge with a baby body wash, be sure to use a natural product with no synthetic chemicals. Use a smaller amount than usual.
- Do not wring out or squeeze your konjac sponge; this will damage the delicate fibres and cause the sponge to tear and disintegrate.
- Place the sponge between the palms of your hands and gently press out the excess water.
- Store your sponge in a fresh, dry and well-ventilated area.
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