Angel Face Cloth | The Konjac Sponge Co

Sunday, 18 September 2016

the konjac sponge co review, charcoal and bamboo angel face wash cloth,

My skin is currently going through a very terrible time of bumps and pimples so I was very happy when The Konjac Sponge Company got in contact with me. This company is the original and leading supplier of Konjac sponges and can be found in stores all over the world including luxury stores such as Selfridges, Harvey Nichols and Fenwick.

the konjac sponge co review, charcoal and bamboo angel face wash cloth,

These sponges originate from south Korea and are 100% natural and mineral rich. Each sponge is made out of vegetable fibres and the company boasts a vegan and cruelty free range. There are sponges for each skin type which is always important when it comes to buying products suitable for your skin. Unlike other copies, these sponges are free of nasty chemicals and dyes.

The bamboo charcoal Angel Face wash cloth* (£12.99) is their newest product which was launched after the success of the original wash cloth. This skin-friendly alternative to a flannel or wash cloth is infused with activated charcoal powder. Charcoal helps to draw out dirt and bacteria from open pores and it is therefore most suitable for spot prone and oily skin.

the konjac sponge co review, charcoal and bamboo angel face wash cloth,

Once soaked this becomes soft and jelly like which is a texture that's new to me. Below you can find a clip of the sponge being soaked for the first time to give you an idea of how it works. It can be used alone but I prefer to use it with other facial care products. I either use it to work in my face wash or to remove face masks. My skin feels amazing after I use it to remove masks such as The Body Shop tea tree oil mask and The Body Shop blue corn mask.This way it will remove all the old skin cells by providing a gentle exfoliation. After using you only need to rinse it, carefully squeeze out the water and hang it to dry. I usually place it over a clean glass cup to reduce the chances of it going mouldy. If used correctly the cloth can last up to 3 months.


I have been using it for around two weeks and I can already say that I love it! It leaves my skin feeling smooth, soft and oil free. I definitely recommend checking out this sponge if you have oily skin like me or pick up the original which is suitable for all skin types. Apart from wash cloths The Konjac Sponge Co also have body, facial, tattoo and even dog sponges available so you will surely find one that you like.

Have you heard about konjac sponges?

71 comments

  1. Amazing post dear!
    Looks amazing , I love it ♥
    IvaFashionDiary

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  2. Great post!
    Have a nice week-end!
    Gil Zetbase
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  3. I've never heard of this company, but this looks really interesting! I usually just use a cloth, but this looks like it'd be better seeing as it has skin benefits in it too!
    Amy xx
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  4. i always use a cloth to remove my cleanser or masks but this is probably a lot better.


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    1. I had actually never used a cloth before to remove them but I will definitely continue to use a cloth now

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    1. It's such a nice addition to my skin care routine!

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  6. Ooo, I've been wanting to try a Konjac sponge for a while now. I had no clue they released a face cloth, too! Thanks for the review. I think I got all the convincing I needed =D

    Kiersten

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  7. i never ever heard about it but now im super curious to try it!

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  8. great post! i love the konjac sponges and this face cloth is a great product from them. glad it's as good as it looks!
    Jen | Giveaway | Velvet Spring

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    1. Thanks! I would love to try some of their sponges next

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  9. This cloth sounds so interesting and worth trying out! I've heard a lot about Konjac sponges but never tried them out. I'd love to get one of the original sponges, but this cloth too since it seems great to cleanse the skin gently!

    Julia x
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    1. I had never heard about them before! Definitely recommend

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  10. I haven't seen a sponge like this. Looks interesting -Hanna Lei

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  11. I've never heard of this sponge but it sounds like it really works! Amazing =o)
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    1. Definitely worth checking them out!

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  12. I think this would work great on my skin! Thanks for sharing!

    Bella Pummarola

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  13. Wonderful blog! I love and i follow your blog, please follow me too
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  14. This sounds like such an interesting product! Definitely want to give it a try! x

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  15. This looks fab, I just wasn't that into the round sponges but this cloth version seems like something I'd really like, thanks for sharing lovely

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    1. I haven't yet tried the round sponges but I'm interested in them

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  16. not heard about these before but I too have oily skin and this sounds like a great tool to deal with that!
    Pam xo/ Pam Scalfi♥

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    1. Definitely recommend this for oily skin :)

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  17. Amazing post Sarah, I have not heard of this before but it sounds great, I would love to try it xx

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  18. I have one of these and I love it too, it's a fab cleansing cloth!

    The Makeup Directory

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    1. I'm happy to hear that you also like it :)

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  19. I've heard great things about this, I really want to give it a try sometime

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  20. Such a cool video tutorial and I'd definitely be down to try that :)

    xo,

    Emma
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  21. It's good to see that they are expanding their range of products! I have never tried anything from them before but this is a really good read. Great review.

    Shireen | Reflection of Sanity

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  22. Wonderful photo! Very interesting review! Never seen such a thing))
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  23. Great review, this looks so interesting and unusual! Thanks for sharing Sarah :)
    A Blushing Beauty Blog x

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  24. Sounds like such a cool product - I have only ever used the Konjac sponge so I would love to try this product out!

    Rae | Love from Berlin

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    1. I really want to try one of their sponges next!

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  25. I don't use a dedicated sponge for my skincare routine, but this sounds like it'll be such a lovely little add to it. I'm also extremely fascinated by its shape, haha, thank you for the review, Sarah!

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    1. I had never used anything before I found this one! I also love the shape haha :)

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  26. I want to try this out so bad!
    I actually love your blog, so I would love to keep in touch with you. Do you want to follow each other on bloglovin and instagram? If you do, please let me know. x
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    1. Thank you! I'll check out your blog too :)

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  27. I did not try it till jet maybe I should try it :D
    xo katy

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  28. I'd never heard of these before surprisingly! I'll be sure to check them out now!

    G x

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    1. Definitely check out their items :)

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  29. My skin isn't so great too at the moment, but when I saw this, it does sound familiar, I've heard many people talk about it but I'm quite keen to try it myself now ♥

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    1. It's great for when you have a breakout!

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  30. Ooo I had never heard of these sponges until now but they sound insane! I can't believe how affordable they are! My skin is going through a bad time too at the moment with loads of spots and blemishes! Thanks for the recommendation :)
    Tania | teabee x

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  31. I have the round Konjac sponge and really liked it. I usually use a muslin cloth to remove my makeup though xx

    Alice Anne // Annie Writes Beauty

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  32. This sounds great for exfoliation! I used to only exfoliate my face once a week using one of those scrubs, but the dead skin has been coming on quite quick lately, so I have to exfoliate a few times a week now. I've never tried these sponges before but it sounds like just what I need! It sounds more delicate than a scrub as well :) Great review! xx

    Velvet Blush

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    1. I usually use the masks I mentioned a few times a week but using this cloth gets the maximum exfoliation :)

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  33. I've heard about this before, it sounds great!
    Have a lovely day :)
    Rosanna x
    Rose's Rooftop

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  34. They must be awesome! Great post dear! xo

    Love,

    Lucrezia ♥ (http://www.lucreziacandelori.com)

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  35. I love using Konjac sponges, I've never tried this cloth before! xx

    Gemma ♡ Miss Makeup Magpie

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    1. I would love to try the sponge version :)

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  36. That looks really cool. I never heard of it before, it looks like it would do a great job. :) http://www.bauchlefashion.com/2016/10/falls-hottest-label.html

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