Clays - Each type of skin its clay
KONGY, The Konjac Sponge contains only Konjac, water and clay. Clay is a rich, roble material offering a wide array of beneficial effects to humans. Whether green, red, pink, white or yellow clay - give yourself the right treatment.
As a natural source of minerals, red clay contains natural properties to soften the skin and reveal all its radiance. How come? It is rich in ferric oxides that make your skin look radiant and give a natural, amazingly velvety suntan.
Naturally rich in minerals, green clay works wonders on any type of skins and especially on oily skins. When used regularly, it regenerates the skin, absorbs excess sebum, gently cleanses, stimulates naturally and gives your face a new complexion.
With mineral components very similar to the green clay, the yellow clay possesses all the very best qualities to exfoliate, purify any type of skins and give combination skins a grain as soft as a caress.
This delicate mixture of two, ultra-soft clays takes infinite care of the most sensitive skins. Both emollient and neutral, pink clay respects the pH of the epidermis and gently softens the skin grain for an extreme softness and natural radiance.
Fully neutral, white clay respects any type of skins even the most aging ones by giving them a delightful softness respectful of the epidermis. Besides, thanks to its incredible illuminating, decongesting properties, it instantaneously reveals the radiance of the skin and deeply regenerates it.
For our sponges we use clay from the pioneer and key player ARGILETZ Laboratory, producing high-quality clays for more then 60 years according the standards ISO 9001 and ISO 22716 corresponding to the GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) for the cosmetic industry. The philosophy of ARGILETZ Laboratory is based on five principles: conviction, anticipation, generosity, equity and respect:
100% natural, non-ionized, preservative-free clays.
Raw material exclusively coming from the plant and mineral kingdoms.
No animal tests.
For more information on clays and ARGILETZ Laboratory visit www.argiletz.com