Oleavine Konjac Sponge Review

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*Product received for testing purposes.

Hello everyone! Before I get started on the review, I just wanted to thank everyone for the overwhelming response to my 1 year giveaway. Thank you so much! Welcome to my blog, if you're new, and thank you for sticking around to all of my readers that have been with me for most of the year. I appreciate every person that pays me a visit! I posted the giveaway, then went on vacation, and I have had several emergencies since I have been back. Please forgive my lack of posts right, but hopefully now I am back to posting with some regularity. 

Konjac sponges seem to be the new "it" tool in the skincare world. So many brands have come out with their own version of the konjac sponge. Today, I have the Oleavine Konjac Sponge for review.

Here are the reasons why I wanted to give this one a try:
-Free From Chemicals, Pollution and Irritants
-100% Biodegradable and Sustainable (You can even plant it in your flowerbed or compost when you want to retire it)
-Not Tested on Animals, and Vegan Friendly
-Has NO Added Dyes or Colorants

What it claims to do:
-Gently Exfoliates
-Deeply Cleanses
-Effectively Detoxifies
-Luxuriously Refreshes
-Naturally Moisturizes

How to sanitize

How do I use this thing?
To use the sponge, first rinse it with water. I was surprised at how soft it becomes! Then, massage your face with the sponge and your choice of cleanser. It recommends a non-foaming cleanser, but I use one that foams without a problem. You can even use it without a cleanser, but I have not tried that. This sponge will have to be replaced every 2-3 months or when it starts to break down. I have been using mine for a month, and haven't noticed any changes with it. The sponge has a little string, so you can hang it to dry in between uses.

Wet Sponge

My thoughts
My skin doesn't agree with most exfoliating tools. The exfoliating brushes don't work for me, so I am skeptical of many of the new tools that come on the market. What makes this one different is that after the sponge is placed in water it becomes extremely soft. This sponge is less abrasive than my usual washcloth. If your skin doesn't like strong physical exfoliators, then give the Oleavine Konjac Sponge a try! This sponge is currently on sale for $10 on Amazon.

Have you tried a konjac sponge? How did it work for you? I always appreciate your comments; it makes my day!

Thank you all so much for reading!
-xoxo Lauren
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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.
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