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Natural Back Scrubber Loofah, eco-friendly and zero plastic

(Code: LFC04)
£ 6.99
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This natural back scrubber made from the loofah plant is a great, eco-friendly alternative to plastic exfoliator pads and synthetic scrubbers! Skilfully handmade from layers of natural, biodegradable loofah plant that have been stitched together, perfect for getting those hard to reach spots, the natural plant fibres exfoliate and remove dead skin cells, leaving your skin soft and smooth. LoofCo back scrubber is vegan and plastic-free and has handy loops to hold your loofah which is made from natural and biodegradable Egyptian cotton.

All LoofCo products are made with sustainably-sourced plant fibres from the loofah plant - hence the name! These products are made using traditional methods passed down through generations and hand-crafted by skilled workers in Sri Lanka and Egypt who are able to work in an inclusive environment whilst being paid fairly and receiving medical benefits. LoofCo is a strictly Vegan company and uses only human workers, meaning that the company is registered with the Vegan Society. All elements of LoofCo's products are either recyclable or compostable, from the natural fibres, to the packaging.

How to use: This Back Scrubber has been flattened and folded for transport to save space and may appear abrasive in this state. Unfold the loofah and immerse in water for a spongy, soft pad. Rinse thoroughly before first use. Use in bath or shower on damp skin with soap and gel whilst holding the cotton handles. Gently wash and exfoliate your back and body, leaving fresh, clean skin. After use, rinse, squeeze out excess water and hang to dry from the cotton loops. Your loofah will last for months in normal use and when it’s worn out it can be composted.

Dimensions: (l) 30 x (w) 10 cm

Loofah plants are grown and harvested in Egypt by skilled farmers. The plants are similar to cucumbers and grow rapidly on vines, and are then peeled, deseeded and dried, then cut and processed - all by hand. This generations-old tradition creates a product that is perfect for cleaning household goods due to its robust nature, whilst also being spongy and gentle enough to be used on skin during a self-care routine. These plants are durable and can last for months, unlike many products made of disposable plastic and foam.