Natural Loofah, Exfoliating bath Spong

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SKU: TLBY021516

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Use with your favorite liquid or bar soap to remove dead skin cells, stimulates blood circulation and leaves your skin smooth Also great for household cleaning and scrubbing. Loofah sponges from the luffaplant have historically been used as scrubbers. Benefits and uses of a loofah include: • using with soap...
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Use with your favorite liquid or bar soap to remove dead skin cells, stimulates blood circulation and leaves your skin smooth
Also great for household cleaning and scrubbing.


Loofah sponges from the luffaplant have historically been used as scrubbers. Benefits and uses of a loofah include:


• using with soap to lather up and cleanse your skin
• exfoliating the skin on your body and face
• stimulating blood circulation while you shower or bathe

Some people also swear by loofahs as household cleaning products. They can be used to scrub tiles, showers, sinks, and other hard-to-clean surfaces.


Loofahs — sometimes spelled luffas — are popular shower accessories used for cleaning and exfoliating your skin.


Some people think that “all-natural” loofahs are made of sea sponge or dried coral because of their coarse, spongy consistency. But natural loofahs are actually made from a gourd in the cucumber family.


Luffa gourds are grown in tropical and subtropical climates. Before World War II, at the height of loofah popularity in the United States, many were grown and imported from Japan. These days, plants can be grown domestically or imported from nearly any warmer climate.


After the plant blooms, the flower develops into a long, gourdlike plant that resembles a giant cucumber or zucchini. 

The gourds are then harvested and can be left to dry out for up to six months.


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