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Cellulose Body Sponge

Cellulose Body Sponge

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Indulge in a spa-like experience in the comfort of your home with a sponge that not only enhances your bathing routine but also aligns with your eco-conscious values. 

A large and luxurious sponge for a refreshing and invigorating cleanse. Made in the UK from natural cellulose, this sponge is designed to deliver an unparalleled bathing experience while being gentle on the environment.

🌱 Ideal for bathing and showering

🌱 Durable and sustainable

🌱 Gentle on skin

🌱 Eco-friendly and plant-based

🇬🇧 Made in the UK



Natural Cellulose (wood pulp & cotton) The pores are created using dissolved salt crystals.

Care Instructions

Extend the life of your compostable sponge by rinsing it after each use and storing it in a cool dry place. When this long lasting sponge needs replacing dispose of it in your general or food waste. It will biodegrade quickly.


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What are the benefits of using compostable sponges?

Compostable sponges are just as effective as synthetic sponges at cleaning up messes, but they have a number of additional benefits.

For one, compostable sponges are much more environmentally friendly than their synthetic counterparts. Synthetic sponges can take hundreds of years to break down in landfills, releasing harmful chemicals into the environment as they do so. Compostable sponges, on the other hand, will break down in a compost heap in just a few weeks.

Another benefit of using compostable sponges is that they’re often made from recycled materials.

How do I know if my sponge is compostable?

If you're trying to be more eco-friendly in your daily life, using compostable sponges is a great way to start. But how can you be sure if a sponge is truly compostable? Here are a few things to look for: 

First, check the packaging. If it's certified compostable by a third-party organization, that's a good sign. 

You can also tell by looking at the sponge itself. Compostable sponges are usually made from natural materials like cellulose or coconut. They'll also often have an earthy smell, rather than the chemically plastic smell of traditional sponges. 

How do I compost a sponge?

Composting is a great way to reduce waste and help the environment, and compostable sponges are a great option for those looking to do their part. Here's a quick guide on how to compost a sponge: 

Start by ensuring that your sponge is compostable. This means that it should be made of natural materials like plant-based cellulose or wood pulp. Avoid sponges made of synthetic materials like polyurethane, as these will not break down in the composting process.

Once you have a compostable sponge, wet it thoroughly and place it in your compost bin or pile.

Make sure to turn your compost regularly, as this will help aerate the material and speed up the decomposition process.

What are compostable sponges made of?

Compostable sponges are made of natural materials like cellulose and coconut fibres. They're held together with non-toxic resins, and they're free of synthetic fibres, dyes, and fragrances.

When you're done using them, you can compost them along with your food scraps. 

How long does a compostable sponge last?

The average lifespan of a compostable sponge is about two to three months. After this, your compostable sponge will start to break down and won’t be as effective at cleaning. When this happens, you can add it to your compost bin. The sponge will continue to break down in the bin and will eventually turn into nutrient-rich soil.

You can also extend the life of your compostable sponge by rinsing it after each use and storing it in a dry place. If you take good care of your sponge, it can last up to six months.