Few things compare to a relaxing spa day: peace and quiet, time to yourself, skin rejuvenating treatments and feeling like you have had a body upgrade when you leave. But, we have created something that can deliver professional spa results without you even stepping foot out the front door.

Celebrity Wellness and Skin Health Expert, Marie Reynolds swears by the Konjac Angel Cloth: “I recommend to all my clients! It can be used on its own after cleansing on damp skin for a five-minute massage. Use in circular motions over the face, neck and décolleté, pat dry and apply your facial oil or serum. A definite must to your skincare program!”

What you need:

  • A Konjac Angel Cloth (either 100% pure/ bamboo)
  • Warm water
  • Facemask
  • (Optional) Your favourite cleanser or serum
  • (Optional) Candles and whale sounds - if you want the full spa experience

Step 1

Fill the washbasin with warm water and soak your Konjac Angel Cloth for a few moments until soft like jelly.

Step 2

Create the perfect blank canvas for your facemask to work its magic on. Grab your Angel Cloth and gently squeeze out the excess water. Add a little drop of your trusty cleanser (or use with just water) and remove makeup by massaging the cloth in circular motions, getting deep into open pores.

Step 3

Cover your face in the mask and leave to completely soak in and dry for 10-15 minutes (or as instructions advise).

Step 4

Now for the reveal: Rehydrate your Angel Cloth in warm water. Squeeze out the excess water and gradually wipe away all traces of your facemask. The cloth will get to work cleansing and exfoliating at the same time. When you’re done, hang the cloth to dry on a radiator so you can reuse again and again.

Step 5

Take a good look at your new, fresh face – we bet you look flawless! However, the spa experience doesn’t have to end there. Wrap up in the fluffiest dressing gown you own, slide into some comfy slippers and put your feet up. You are officially off-duty.


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