OBSESSED: ECOTOOLS PURE COMPLEXION FACIAL SPONGE

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Cleansing your skin properly and thoroughly is undoubtedly #1 when it comes to keeping a clear, healthy complexion. After all, clogged pores and lingering dead skin aren’t exactly the ideal combination for glowing skin! Getting yourself into a solid cleansing routine is a must, and I’ve got a new favorite secret weapon to share: The EcoTools Pure Complexion Facial Sponge. I don’t even know where to begin raving about this product; everything from what it’s made of to the performance and the price point are pretty spectacular!

So here’s what you’ll find when you open up your Pure Complexion Sponge: If you’re using the Deep Cleansing sponge (which is the one I use) you’ll find a gray egg-shaped, lightweight sponge that looks a bit like a pumice stone. When it’s dry it’s got a hard and dry texture, but once you run it under water it turns into a squishy exfoliating sponge. I just add my cleanser directly to the sponge and squeeze it a couple of times to get it frothy, and from there I go to town exfoliating and cleansing my skin! There’s also a sensitive skin version which is white and just a bit more mild in texture.

The really unique part about this sponge is what is made from: It’s made with 100% natural ingredients, including bamboo charcoal and Konjac, which is a root plant from Asia. (I lovingly refer to it as my ‘Konjac’ sponge!) These natural fibers combined with my cleanser leave my face with zero trace of makeup, which is harder to achieve just using your fingers. Ever wash your face and then pat dry only to find foundation on the towel?! Ugh. But with my ‘Konjac’ sponge I get a mini spa treatment while I cleanse and my skin ends up 100% makeup free. And for just under six bucks?? It’s a must-have! I would replace it probably every 6-8 weeks, so it’ll definitely last you a while.

You can grab this awesome sponge at your nearest Walmart at just around six bucks… But you can score a coupon for $1 off by clicking here! Enjoy, beauties.

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here’s the sponge dry…

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… and here it is wet!

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Teni Panosian

I'm Teni Panosian, a lifestyle and beauty blogger based in Los Angeles.

There are 22 comments

  • Skye says:

    Heyo! Do you know/feel this product is comprebel to the Boscia Konjac sponge?

  • Logan says:

    Interesting tool. I agree that keeping your skin healthy is the most important thing for beauty. I think I might just have to go pick this little sponge up next time I’m out and about.
    xox Logan

  • LifeIsBeauty says:

    I have heard great things about cleansing sponges :)Great post!
    x

  • Monica says:

    This is random but I wanted to know if you have any suggestions for rejuvenating the under eye area? Maybe like a scrub or eye mask that you enjoy?

  • I like Eco tools brushes a lot, but I haven’t tried the sponge!

  • Anja says:

    I have something similar. I bought it at my local spa and it is called a “Dew Puff.” I have one with Activated Charcoal for my arms/back/chest to keep blackheads at bay; and one with Asian Clay for my face. And WOW is my face soft and smooth!

  • Jemma says:

    This is awesome!

  • Mariana says:

    I am totally buying one now!!
    Thanks Teni!!

  • Isida says:

    Ah this is awesome! Do you know if they ship to the UK?

    • rebecca moalem says:

      The Konjac Sponge company produces similar sponges, with different ingredients depending on your skin type. they are around £8 at feelunique.com (free delivery) if you are interested!

  • rebecca moalem says:

    i have a similar one, and the only reason i don’t use it more frequently is because i am a bit unsure as to how to clean it in between uses. can you give any suggestions please?

  • panda says:

    I need one! Is it safe to use every night or should I do once a week? I have sensitive skin though.

  • Whitney says:

    Definitely going out to get this. I would love to see an updated skin care routine and/or favorites video! 🙂

  • May Yin Lee says:

    Amazing! it is like pumice!! I need one of these for sure! thank you for the review.

    May x

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  • Carolina says:

    Love your review. I love this type of sponges. I just posted same review in my blog: http://www.gogloow.worpress.com about konjac sponge. Check it out. Hope you enjoy it

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