The Green Tea sponge is infused with green tea, said to be a secret to youthful skin. Green tea works wonders on the skin, battling wild weather irritation and keeping skin naturally hydrated. This antioxidant-rich and anti-aging addition helps calm and soften the skin for a fresh, revitalized complexion.
For dry or normal skin.
Dr. Sponge™ is an eco-friendly line of natural and biodegradable skin cleansing sponges made with pure konjac plant fiber, an exotic Asian plant commonly used in supplements for its natural richness in vitamins and minerals. This sustainable and revolutionary skincare innovation delivers gentle yet effective daily cleansing and caring for all skin types, including babies, children, and extremely sensitive skin. Dr. Sponge™ is exceptionally gentle and soft. Its unique “jello-like” fiber texture allows each sponge to smoothly glide across your skin and mildly exfoliate simultaneously, making it suitable for even the most delicate area. It works great at clearing pores, dirt, oil, impurities, and even blackheads, leaving your skin refreshed and revitalized after each use. It can be integrated into your daily skincare routine and/or can also be used as a weekly deep cleansing treatment. Continued usage leads to gradual improvement of the skin’s overall condition and helps to alleviate common skincare concerns such as:
Directions: Wet your dry sponge with lukewarm water for a few minutes until it softens and expands to almost twice its original size. Dr. Sponge™ can be used with or without a separate cleanser. Gently massage your skin in circular motion with your sponge for about 30 seconds. Repeat this step if necessary. Rinse the sponge clean with water and let it air dry using the attached cotton string. Rehydrate your sponge before each use.
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