YOUR LOOFAH | OUR WATERWAYS
You've heard about microplastics in our waterways, right? With these expandable Natural Loofahs you don't need to worry about little bit of plastic going down your drain as you're using them.
Sourced from a family owned loofah farm in Guatemala, loofahs are the perfect zero-waste alternative to your bathtub poof. These dried gourds that are part of the cucumber family are great for exfoliating & cleansing your skin, but they don't stop there.
Grabbing a 6-pack of Natural Loofahs means that when one wears out from scrubbing your toes, you can replace it with a fresh one and move your old guy over to scrubbing your tub or sink! Hooray for multi-use.
How To Use A Loofah
Easy peasy! In the shower, you can scrub your loofah with soap and cleanse your skin as with a washcloth or sponge. Loofahs can also be used to stimulate circulation on dry skin, too! Some people swear by using loofahs in their household cleaning, scrubbing sinks, tubs & tiles really well.
How To Care For Your Loofah
Being a dried plant, loofahs do need to be cared for to avoid bacteria growth (as with any sponge or cloth). After use with soap, make sure that the loofah is rinsed very well. Allow your loofah to fully dry between use, going as far as giving it a towel-dry after use to help it along (best to hang it outside of your shower if you can to better dry it). Moving your bath loofah over to other household cleaning tasks every 3-4 weeks and replacing with a fresh one is recommended.
I love the loofa. It’s a little rough in the beginning, but honestly I like the scrub. They last a long time and it’s a great alternative to other loofas. Highly recommend!
I use this for washing the dishes and it has lasted a very long time. Doesn’t smell like synthetic sponges can. Highly recommended!
Etee's natural loofahs are in my top three favorite Etee products. I love that they are not only plant-based, they ARE a plant! A member of the cucumber family, no less. I use them for household cleaning, where they are ever-so-gently abrasive, but not too much. I bought LOTS of them and handed them out as gifts in the holiday season to my family members.