Jeju Bamboo Charcoal Konjac Cloths

Typical price £15 /
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Includes 2 Cloths

The must-have Korean skin-cleansing accessory.
Handmade on Jeju island, this 100% natural, purifying bamboo charcoal infused Konjac Sponge Cloth –when used with your favourite cleanser -delivers smoother, softer, brighter-looking baby-soft face.

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Jeju Bamboo Charcoal Konjac Cloths is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from very easy to use I am confused about the other reviews. these are very easy to use. and i like the feel of them better than the usual clothes.
Date published: 2019-07-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Strange but it's feels great! I had no idea what to expect when I bought this. But since I've started using it, I really like it as an alternative facecloth. This sponge cloth is so gentle and it provides very little exfoliation. I use this twice a day with my cleansers. I'm not sure I'm getting the benefits of it being infused with charcoal, but I do love the fact this cloth is so much easier than normal konjac shaped sponges. It dries quickly, and it turns soft really quickly too. With very rough use of it in 3 weeks, it is starting to show slight wear. Very happy that this is decomposable when it reaches end of service life!
Date published: 2019-06-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Really wanted it to be a success I brought this, excited to have found a natural product to help with facial cleansing, To be honest I found it disappointing with an odd smell.
Date published: 2019-06-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Confusing I bought this a month ago and used the cleansing cloth for 2 weeks with my usual cleansing product. I must admit to feeling confused about its benefits? It is a rather small cloth that feels slightly slimy and didn’t do anything for my skin! I must be missing something here but this product didn’t work for me and was not very pleasant to use.
Date published: 2019-06-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Strange experience This product is good on the face but it is very strange going from a solid item to slimy, once immersed in water! The first cloth I treated quite roughly and it kind of disintegrated over a period of a couple of weeks. However, I have now had the other cloth for a few weeks and it feels gentle but invigorating on your face. I am using mine with the Plantastic Balm Cleanser and would say I am quite impressed.
Date published: 2019-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great in the Shower I started using the cloth in the shower with an oil body cleanser. It’s great. Just the right amount of exfoliation. Also holds just the right amount of oil to wash the whole body. Lovely!
Date published: 2019-06-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Wanted to like it I was hoping that these natural cloths would be my new go to instead of my wash cloths and microfibre face cloths. Having heard about Konjac as an alternative, I jumped on the chance to try these out. Unfortunately, they didn't live up to my expectations. First of all, the sponge really didn't cope very well with removing cleanser from my face. Wiping and using it in circular motions on my face resulted in the cleanser just being smeared around. I found myself wringing it out 3-4 times every time I was washing my face (when washing my face twice a day it was resulting in a lot more water being used). It was also very hard to tell whether the cleanser was washed out from the sponge itself as the texture is odd and slippery. The biggest issue for me though is that it broke me out. This is probably because there is no real effective way to clean the cloth. I didn't see any instructions on the packaging about how to clean it either so I'm assuming most people will just rinse it off and dry it. This is what I did for a week before I started noticing the spots appearing. I did try to then clean the cloth with some gentle cleaning liquid but didn't find it made a difference to the breakouts. Probably also linked to the constant wringing out and squeezing, I found that the sponge started to crack and tear after only about a week. I can't imagine it would have lasted the whole month. I will keep the other sponge perhaps for travelling as it can be used and then thrown away but I would not purchase again.
Date published: 2019-06-12