August 5, 2014

Boscia Konjac Cleansing Sponge With Deep Hydration Clay for Fall 2014

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Boscia Konjac Cleansing Sponge With Deep Hydration Clay

Love the Boscia Konja Sponge? The new Boscia Konjac Cleansing Sponge With Deep Hydration Clay is available at if you have drier skin! This new sponge brings extra hydration to the table and just in time for the upcoming cooler weather too!

Boscia Konjac Cleansing Sponge With Deep Hydration Clay is formulated for those with normal to dry skin as it not only cleanses for exfoliates skin as it hydrates with deep hydrating clay that acts to nourish skin. Red clay minerals permeate skin as you cleanse and act to hydrate it so skin is smoother, softer, and brighter as a result of use!

The new Deep Hydration Clay Konjac Cleansing Sponge from Boscia is available now at Sephora and for $15.

Do you cleanse with konjac sponges?

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  • Chynna

    I liked the first Boscia Konjac sponge I bought, but even though I always hung it to dry, it molded too quickly for me to justify buying more of them at the price they were asking. (It was $10 at the time.) Just last week I found several Konjac sponges for sale at my local Whole Foods. I picked one with French clay and it was $10.

  • Tasia

    I bought the Boscia bamboo charcoal sponge last week and I was charged $18. It seems that they lowered the price to $15 recently, which I’m happy about since I love Boscia’s konjac sponges. I like konjac sponges because they gently exfoliate my skin, but I don’t know if the sponge actually performs any differently if there are certain ingredients “infused” into it.

  • Joan

    I use both the Dew Puff and Eco Tools Konjac sponge, both for sensitive skin. I love them both. I also have the Clarisonic, but since having these sponges, I mostly use them. I did see the new Boscia Konjac sponge on the Sephora website, but I won’t pay $15 for it. I think that’s a very high price when you can get the Dew Puff or Eco Tools for a lot less.

  • Joan

    I have the Eco Tools and Dew Puff Konjac sponges and love them both. I also have the Clarisonic Mia, but mostly use the Konjac sponges since I bought them. I have both for sensitive skin and they feel so nice on the skin and my face looks so nice after using them. I even bought extras of both brands. I wouldn’t spend $15 though for the Boscia Konjac sponge. I think that’s overpriced.

    • Isabella Muse

      I’ve been the same lately with konjac sponges, I forgo my clarisonic to use ’em 😀

  • Joan

    Oops! Sorry for the duplicate comment! Don’t know how to delete one.

  • Mairi

    I do use konjac sponges and love them, but I just can’t justify the absurd price Boscia asks for theirs. I just use the ones from Etude House & Missha usually, they’re a fraction of the price.

  • Estella Valley

    This is my first time using the sponge for hydration I have very sensitive skin do I use it daily or because of my sensitive should I use it only once a week