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Adapt and Survive: Skincare Edition

As we enter autumn/winter territory our skin has a tendency to freak out and erupt in blotchy, dry patches. September marks the beginning of skin sensitivity as harsh winds chafe and dehydrate, so now is the time to consider adapting your skin treatment regime.

What had kept you looking fresh and radiant in summer isn’t likely to be effective with the seasonal change. Remember, youthful skin doesn’t have to come with an outlandish price tag. Return to basics; protect your complexion and cleanse your pores using a sponge and some water, or a product of your choice.

Colder and more humid weather can be sticky, uncomfortable and cause noticeable damage. You may find your skin is becoming:

Flushed and sensitive

Wind-chafed

Dry/ dehydrated

Lost colour/ tone

Konjac Sponges are 100% natural. With different colours representing each skin type, you are sure to find something that is perfect for you and this season. The unique net-like structure of the plant fibre provides a deep exfoliation without the tightness that can result from traditional flannel or loofahs.

Using these sponges when washing your face at night gently sloughs off dead skin cells. This is vital if you’re a fan of moisturising as a build up of skin cells blocks and prevents your moisturiser from doing its job.

Drastic changes in weather can also cause skin conditions such as acne and rosacea to suddenly crop up or worsen. The Konjac Facial Sponge with Bamboo Charcoal is ideal for acne flare-ups. Mixed with mineral-rich activated carbon, the sponge helps to eradicate blackheads and absorb excess oils that cause spots and acne.

Rosacea sufferers will find their troubles significantly reduced by the Konjac French Red Clay Facial Puff Sponge. The red clay nourishes to correct uneven skin tone, blotchiness and broken capillaries.

Prepare your skincare regime for an overhaul; strip down to these essentials, you may find you need fewer products than you think!

 

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