How was your Halloween and long weekend, everyone? It has been a month since I last updated my blog. I thought I was already on my way back to regular blogging but I needed time to adjust to my new role in the organization I'm working at. And this blogging burn out has been going on for quite some time now. Nevertheless, I felt the need to not totally let this blog go so I'm back with a product review for ReveN Bath M Konjac Volcanic Stone Facial Sponge. I received this last August from Updated Trends and decided against reviewing it right away until I have fully tested whether it is effective or not and here it is.
*Made from 100% pure vegetable fiber, using the world most famous Jeju in Korea (registered as UNESCO World Heritage Site). Excellent for all skin types even those with hypersensitive skin.
- 100% Natural Sponge
- 100% Coloring and Addictive Free
- 100% Biodegradable
- Naturally Sustainable
- Outstanding Moisturizing
- Anti - Bacterial
- Minimize Pores
- Attract Abudance
- Naturally Sustainable
- Refresh the Skin
Better for your skin, better on the environment and better for babies too!
What I like:
- Initially, I thought this was good for "oily skin" but as it turns out, this is for those with sensitive skin. Turns out to work just fine because lately, my combination-oily skin has been experiencing hypersensitivity these past few months and most products made for oily skin proved to be a little harsh for me. This one is gentle enough and does not strip the moisture off my face.
- Paired with Cetaphil, this does not cause any irritation to my skin, leaving it soft and supple after cleansing.
- This gently exfoliates my skin and it looks radiant each time.
- Does not cause any allergic reaction to my face.
- I like that it is natural and biodegradable. See, the word "natural" sometimes make me take a step back before putting it anywhere near my face due to my less than pleasant experiences with such products but this did a fab job.
- One sponge is good for 3-4 months use. Mine is 3 months and a half old and is still usable.
- Locally available online for only Php 365.
What I don't like:
- I made the mistake of squeezing the water out of it just a little too much and the pointed part just literally crumbled on my hand. Now I cannot use that part and that happens to be my fave because the shape is just right for my nose. So please do not make the same mistake that I did. :(
|Full size when damp.|