Loofah Back Scrubber
What is a Loofah:
Loofah- is a genus of tropical and subtropical vines in the cucumber family. In everyday non-technical usage, the loofah, also spelled luffa, usually refers to the fruits of two species Loofah aegyptiaca and Loofah acutangula.
Simply apply your body wash/soap to the cotton side and lather up!
The cotton side is soft like a wash cloth, when the loofah is wet it has a sponge like feel.
When you are finished be sure to rinse the loofah and ring it out. Hang out of reach of running water until next use to ensure item has fully dried.
Dimensions: 70cm x 80cm
Skin care is something that we use every day and can create enormous amount of waste and pollution on the planet. The choices that we make have an impact which is why we we offer closed loop packaging and Ecocert Natural and Organic certifications on our products.
We are an Ecocert Cosmos Certified lab and our products are currently undergoing the approval process. A certified product guarantees:
production and processing that respect the environment and human health
the development of the concept of green chemistry
the absence of petrochemical ingredients
responsible use of natural resources
respect for biodiversity
the absence of GMOs
You will begin to see these certifications on our labels:
All the ingredients used are of natural origin with the exception of a restrictive list of approved ingredients (including preservatives) authorized in small quantities.
A beauty product is COSMOS ORGANIC certified only if:
We offer a packaging return program in order for us to sanitize and reuse the glass bottles. Return the bottles to the place that you purchased them or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to send directly.
We send used caps, labels, and manufacturing waste such as gloves to TerraCycle where they are manually separated and sent to third party subcontracting facilities for processing and conversion work. Metals are smelted into bars so they may be recycled. The plastics undergo extrusion and pelletization to be molded into new recycled plastic products. In terms of PPE waste, these materials are crushed into a densified crumb that can be recycled and used to make plastic lumber that is found in composite decking, outdoor furniture and plastic shipping pallets.
All paper products are sent to our municipal recycling program.