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Natural loofah exfoliating bath scrubber is made of 99% natural loofah plant fiber, without any toxicity or irritation to your skin. Can efficiently deeply clean and massage your skin, remove dead skin cells in your skin.
Loofah is in the middle of the scrubber,which will be offer a textured surface that deeply exfoliates, easily clean dirt and break up grease;The back and side of this scrubber is made from cottonamp; bamboo fabric,which is soft and not hurt the skin.
WhatÂ¡Â¯s more, the tubulous structure of the natural loofah plant fiber makes it easier to clean the dust and decompose grease.
Suitable for cleaning the dishes, pan and grill frames ,porcelain tableware, vitrics, stainless steel kitchen ware and wooden furniture without damaging the surface.
Soak it into the warm water before you shower to soften the natural loofah scrubber. Then apply some shampoo or soap on it, scrub your skin for 10~14 min. Can create SPA experience at home or on travel.
Size:26X3" 4.5X4.5" 4X6"
increase metabolism and leave your skin radiant and healthy. Natural loofah exfoliating bath scrubber is made of 100% natural loofah plant fiber, without any chemical substances, totally not irritative for your skin. Cares your skin better. Natural, non-toxic, environment friendly and healthy. Degradable, durable, oil non-stick, easily dry and air permeable. WhatÂ¡Â¯s more, the tubulous structure of the natural loofah plant fiber makes it easier to clean the dust and decompose grease Clean it with clean water after each use. Shake the loofah dry and place it in where air is not obstructed so as to keep it from going moldy and thus extend its duration. Natural loofah is different from plastic. Its duration is shorter than plastic as itÂ¡Â¯s natural plant fiber. Should be replaced with a new one every month. If found moldy, please use a new one as soon as possible.
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