Material: Natural Loofah
Size: 5.8 x 4 Inch
Use: Loofah is generally used to rub on skin to remove dead skin & dirt. You can also Aaply soap or body wash to the loofah. Body wash easily seeps into the surface of the loofah, but rubbing bar soap over its surface works as well. A little soap goes a long way; you only need a dime-sized amount or so.
Scrub your body with the loofah. Starting at your neck, gently but firmly rub the loofah against your skin in circular motions. Work your way down to your ankles. Don't forget to scrub your arms and hands as well.
Additionally, you can use the loofah on the heels and soles of your feet. Be careful if standing in a slippery shower. The circular motion will help remove dead skin cells and is gentler on your skin than scrubbing up and down.
Loofah Care: Rinse your loofah after each use. Use hot, clean water, making sure all the soap is gone. Soap left in the loofah could begin to smell.
Dry the loofah completely between uses. Put it in a place with good circulation so it can dry completely. Since many bathroom stay humid, you might want to dry the loofah in a different room. Drying it out will prevent bacteria from growing out of control inside the loofah.
Other use of Loofah: It can also be used as household cleaning supplies to clean pans, dishes and baking racks. Surfaces of these utensils will not be damaged, and they will become clean without toxic or residue.