OMUM - Organic Body Sponge
THE DAILY STEP FOR CLEAN AND SOFT SKIN (INCLUDING BABY BUTTOCKS)
Ma Bonne Fée Corps gently cleanses, exfoliates and rids the skin of impurities and dead cells. The skin is cleansed, infinitely softer and more luminous and ready to receive the care of your routine (moisturizer, anti-stretch marks, firmness…).
You will love its 100% natural, biodegradable and compostable composition .
The 100% natural fiber of Konjac gently cleanses and exfoliates sensitive skin, without irritation. Rubbed in light massage, it stimulates microcirculation and the renewal of epidermal cells. The antioxidant properties of blueberry berries help soothe the skin and make it soft and comfortable.
The Konjac sponge is ideal for a purifying, soothing and regenerating massage ritual!
The little extra: its practical shape and its cord that allows you to hang the sponge after use for optimal drying.
What about during pregnancy and breastfeeding?
From the first month of pregnancy, your skin changes, battered by hormonal upheavals. You feel the need to adopt a new beauty routine to keep your skin healthy, soft and comfortable.
Ma Bonne Fée Corps is the ideal accessory to pamper your skin, and prepare it to receive hydration, anti-stretch marks or firming treatments.
For centuries, in Asia, the Konjac sponge has been used to clean the buttocks of babies. A gentle and natural gesture for clean and healthy buttocks!
Natural plant fibers from Konjac root, blueberry berries.
- Ingredients of natural origin: 100%
- Biodegradable and compostable: 100%
- Without Conservative agent
- No Colorants or Additives - The blue color of the sponge is the natural color of blueberry berries
- ISO 9001 certified manufacturer
- Neutral pH
- Labeled SLOWCOSMETIQUE , a statement that defends more ecological, healthy, intelligent and reasoned cosmetics.
- VEGAN certified by the animal protection organization PETA.
Did you know ?
Konjac has its origins in Asia, in the tropical and sub-tropical forests of the South East (in Vietnam, South Korea, China and even Indonesia). Its tuber is reduced to flour and then delicately mixed with blueberry berries. This mixture is then moistened to form a smooth paste which determines the quality and density of the future sponge. Poured into individual molds, the dough dries and slowly solidifies before the sponge is bagged. Asian populations have also used it for centuries as a beauty treatment for delicate and sensitive skin.
Immerse the sponge in a bowl of lukewarm water to moisten it. It should double in size and become supple and very soft. Then wring the sponge gently between the palms of your hands. Rub gently, with circular motions. For optimal cleaning, combine Bonne Fée Corps with Le Cajoleur surgras soap.
Rinse the sponge after use, wring it out without twisting it, hang it in a well-ventilated place so that it can dry quickly. The lifespan of a Konjac sponge is about two to three months under normal conditions of use: when it starts to crumble, it's time to change it! You can put it in the compost.