Saturday, December 27, 2014

Oleavine 100% Plant Based Konjac Sponge Infused with French Red Clay


I wanted to be able to try another konjac sponge to compare the difference in brands.  I was given the opportunity to try out Oleavine's sponge infused with French Red Clay.  The clay is supposed to stimulate blood circulation and promote skin regeneration.  Since this is 100% plant based, it is biodegradable and eco-friendly.  What's also great, is if you're not satisfied, there is a 100% money back guarantee from Oleavine.

This is the sponge right out of the box.  It is fairly large in size.  On the lower end is a string to hang it up to dry after use.
Side by side comparison of the Oleavine sponge next to the EcoTools sponge - both are dry and not at full size.  You can already tell the Oleavine is much bigger.

Even hydrated, the Oleavine is still bigger in width than the EcoTools.

Another difference is that the thickness of the sponges is thinner.  I prefer the Oleavine over the EcoTools because it is easier the wider sponge feels better to hold.  The rounded shape of the EcoTools sponge is a little awkward and with the small size.

The description of the Oleavine sponge also says that you can use this without any cleanser, but I prefer to use this with a facial cleanser.  I have used this for 2 weeks now and feel that using this sponge is much better than just using your hands to wash your face and the texture provides some exfoliation that leaves your skin soft.  The thinner thickness allows for the sponge to dry faster too and the string to hang makes it easy to store.  Overall I am impressed with the quality of this sponge and would purchase this after 2-3 months of use, maybe the one with French Green Clay.

Cost: $10 @ Amazon & Prime is available

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This product was obtained through Tomoson.  I have not been monetarily compensated for this item.  My write up of this product reflects my own opinion after a trial period and have provided an honest review.

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