Scoop Marketplace now carries a range of reusable and compostable Konjac Facial Sponges suitable for oily acne-prone, aging, dry, and normal skin types.
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This latest announcement gives skincare enthusiasts an effective environmentally-friendly alternative to traditional products, which are resource-intensive to produce and use plastic packaging.
Studies have found that the beauty industry alone contributes up to 120 billion units of plastic packaging and the loss of 18 million acres of forest each year. Moreover, many of the chemicals that are commonly found in skincare products, like parabens and phthalates, are harmful to the environment and inevitably end up in waterways after being washed down the sink.
Scoop Marketplace responds to these trends by expanding its range of Konjac Facial Sponges, a natural product made from the root of the konjac plant. The sponges are hard when dry, but soften soaked in water and create a natural cleansing solution.
The cleanser is naturally gentle, yet effective enough to remove tough makeup. The sponges are ideal for everyday use and typically last between 3 and 4 months.
The shop carries 3 types of Konjac Facial Sponges: Regular, Activated Charcoal, and Tea Tree. The regular sponge is infused with blood orange and works for all skin types, the activated charcoal option is ideal for acne-prone skin and the tea tree oil sponge helps with anti-aging.
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In addition to Konjac Facial Sponges, Scoop Marketplace offers a range of eco-friendly swaps for everyday beauty products. Clients can browse items such as shampoo and conditioner bars, sunscreen, wooden brushes and combs, and nail polish.
Scoop Marketplace started as a bricks-and-mortar shop specializing in zero-waste essentials but has since expanded to offer carbon-neutral shipping across the United States.
A spokesperson for the company said: “We are on a mission to normalize zero-waste grocery shopping and are passionate about teaching people how to improve the quality of their lives while learning to walk more gently on the planet. By reviving the shopping methods of generations past, we are giving ourselves a healthier hereafter.”
Interested parties can learn more about Scoop Marketplace by visiting: https://www.scoopmarketplace.com
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