I thought I would do a rather quick and snappy post about a new addition to my skincare routine – the ECOTOOLS Cellulose Facial Sponges. I received a sample of Liz Earle Deep Cleansing Mask with a Cleanse and Polish purchase. With that, came some facial sponges that you were encouraged to remove the product with. I was hooked. I began to use the sponges for other products (and the Liz Earle mask has been shunned to the back of the cupboard).
During my cruelty free month I was racing around Boots, excusing purchases “for the blog” (like we all do really) and these happened to land in my basket. As I had already tried (and pretty much destroyed) the Liz Earle ones, I thought I would give these a go. I actually prefer these! I find that when absorbed with water, they are so much softer and gentler on the skin. I find that the Liz Earle ones do have a rougher texture as opposed to these.
I use these sponges to wipe away cleansers, use with exfoliators and to remove messy face masks. They are such little multi taskers! You can even use them just with water if you need a quick rinse over.
Like I’ve said previously, ECOTOOLS are one of the most environmentally friendly companies I know of. The ECOTOOLS Cellulose Facial Sponges are derived from plant pulp which is a sustainable source.
If that wasn’t reason enough alone… EcoTools is a member of 1% for the Planet, a non-profit federation that supports more than 500 environmental and conservation charities by donating at least 1% of their annual revenues.
You can pick up a pack of 3 ECOTOOLS Cellulose Facial Sponges from Boots for £4.99 (at the moment I cannot link to the site as… *holds back a tear* IT’S DOWN FOR MAINTENENCE!)
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