Save Face with the SpaCells Facial Sponge

June 19, 2011 at 3:37 am Leave a comment

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All that summertime frolicking in the sun and surf can leave skin chapped and dry.  But instead of turning to pricey scrubs or peels, try the SpaCells Facial Sponge.  Made from naturally antifungal, antibacterial and mildew-resistant material, each side of the flexible sponge has a varying degree of exfoliation power – one side is gentle enough to keep your face smooth and healthy without irritation, while the other side is perfect for cracked heels or elbows.

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Made by Silicon Valley-based Supracor, the honeycomb design of the sponge has some real engineering behind it.  When I use my SpaCells Sponge, I immediately see and feel a difference.  Exfoliation and massage are known to promote blood flow, rejuvenate cells and eliminate toxins, and the sponge makes it super easy and cheap to keep my skin glowing.  I just slip in my hand and start scrubbing away!

Though a patent keeps the sponge material from being disclosed, the company does verify that its products are American-made from eco-friendly, non-toxic and 100% recyclable materials.  And when the sponge has reached the end of its useful life, Supracor has a no waste policy.  Just mail the product back and the company’s recycling program ensures it has another life.  Now that gets the Greenista stamp of approval!

Available online or at Modvellum Spa in San Francisco.  $12 for one sponge or $20 for a two-pack. 

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