Loofah, a plant in the pumpkin or gourd family, is a fast growing annual vine that grows much like the cucumber and produces strange looking fruit that is edible when immature and used as sponges when fully mature. Loofah, one of the best exfoliants, is a sponge made from the fibrous skeleton of the fruit. These all natural vegetable sponges gently exfoliate your skin, removing dead cells to reveal healthy new ones and improve circulation. Exfoliation, the best renewal process for your skin, helps shed the top layer of dead, dry flakes and unclog pores, while improving the look and feel of your skin. Since dead skin cells prevent moisture from being absorbed into the skin, exfoliation makes skin more receptive to moisturizers. Loofah deep cleans and conditions your skin naturally. Environmentally conscious consumers appreciate that loofah products are biodegradable, 100% natural and a renewable resource.
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