Multi-Purpose Loofah Sponge
Introducing our all-natural loofah sponge, the perfect addition to your daily shower routine! Made from the fibrous skeleton of the loofah plant, this sponge is a multipurpose tool that can be used for showering, cleaning, and even dishwashing.
In the shower, our loofah sponge gently exfoliates your skin, removing dead skin cells and promoting healthy, glowing skin. It's 100% natural and biodegradable, making it an eco-friendly choice for those who care about the environment.
As a cleaning sponge, our loofah sponge is tough on grime and dirt, yet gentle on surfaces. It's ideal for cleaning dishes, countertops, and other surfaces without leaving scratches or damage.
Our loofah sponge is 100% natural and biodegradable, making it an eco-friendly choice for those who care about the environment. It's also free from harsh chemicals and synthetic materials, ensuring it won't irritate even the most sensitive skin. When the sponge is immersed in water it swells into a soft, spongy, and flexible pad.
HOW TO USE
Rinse well with water before first use. Wet the sponge and use it to lather up your favorite soap or body wash. The gentle exfoliating action will leave your skin feeling soft and smooth, while the natural fibers help to stimulate circulation and promote healthy skin cell regeneration.
Our loofah sponge is durable and long-lasting, so you can enjoy its benefits for months to come. After each use, simply rinse the sponge thoroughly and hang it to dry in a well-ventilated area. With proper care, your loofah sponge will stay fresh and hygienic for longer.
TIP: Wash occasionally in the washing machine or by hand to use more often.
- Plastic-free material
- 100% biodegradable and compostable
- Supports traditional skills, crops, and cottage industries while ensuring fair wages
- Made in China
- Size: 12x8cm
- Cotton string
The Loofah plant is a vigorously growing plant from the cucumber family and rich in sustainable fibers yet soft and flexible. When the fruit is ripe, the inside of the loofah fruit develops a network of fibers perfect for cleaning and exfoliating when dried. These loofahs are harvested, peeled, seeds removed and then dried, cut into lengths, and processed by hand in Egypt. This method of processing is a natural tradition that has been passed on through many generations