Silky smooth organic natural sponges, washing sponges and bathing sponges for infants, children and adults.

A natural sponge is, as the word describes, a sponge made by nature and is not an artificial object. Natural sponges grow at the bottom of the ocean, where they survive on the oxygen and nutrition brought to them by the current. The sponges can be made by nature in many sizes, shapes and colours. Commonly for every natural sponge is that they have many extraordinary canals, by which they absorb the oxygen and nutrition. Our natural sponges originate from the Mediterranean Sea, where they grow 15-50 meters below sea level. The fishes dive to the bottom and pick a small part of the sponge but leaves the root for it to regrow. As the natural sponges are a product by nature, they may vary in sizes and shape.

The sponge’s many extraordinary canals makes it able to absorb and release a lot of water when used. This makes the sponge incredibly useful, when the sponge is used with soap, as it is easy to clean. Opposite to a regular sponge, which contains plastic bubbles, the canals in a natural sponge makes it easy to clean. A natural sponge is incredibly hygienic as a bathing sponge and is recommended for those with allergies or sensitive skin.

The natural sponge’s incredible softness and many pores makes the sponge capable of cleaning the skin on a deep level. It does so in a soft and natural way and maintains a healthy blood circulation on your face and body. The natural sponge’s silk smooth surface is also not harsh on your skin. This means your own body-producing moisturising oils are protected. A natural sponge is also besides a 100% organic and allergy friendly incredibly resistant and may serve you for a long time, if you preserve it.


A natural sponge is by nature a strong and durable product, and can, with proper care, last for many years. Accordingly, we have made a short description of the most important steps you need to be aware of regarding product care. First, it’s it important to wash the sponge thoroughly with clean water after use. Make sure that all the soap is washed out, if soap has been used. Soap left in the sponge may cause it to become soft and slimy and is therefore important to wash it thoroughly. Cold water is to be recommended or slightly warm water for cleaning the sponge, as too hot water may damage the sponge. Then, drain the sponge and let it sit in a dry and airy place until the sponge is completely dry.

Never twist a natural sponge, as this too may cause damage. Instead, drain it by squeezing it hard with your hands. If you use the sponge daily, it is recommended to place the sponge in saltwater for 24 hours once per week for maximum care. The saltwater should have 125 grams of salt per each litre water. Finally, take the sponge out of the sponge, clean it with clean water, drain and let it dry.