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Loofah Sponge

Natural Loofah Sponges help to clean and exfoliate your skin, as well as stimulate blood circulation. Once introduced to water they soften and have a scrubby texture.

Loofah sponges are also known as the ‘Sponge Gourd’ and the ‘Egyptian Cucumber’ and originate from India, where they still grow naturally. Once the fruit has matured the fibrous vascular tissue is harvested and dried to become a Loofah Sponge.

  • To use your loofah sponge, first wet with warm water to soften it. You can then apply a small amount of soap or body scrub if desired. 
  • Rinse and squeeze out your Loofah Sponge after each use and allow to dry, either by hanging or storing on a free draining soap dish. It is recommended to soak the Loofah Sponge for five minutes in baking soda and warm water once a week.
  • Anoint Loofah Sponges are wrapped in a strip of vintage themed paper and hand finished with their signature wax seal. Please note that the packaging design may vary from the images shown.


Anoint’s founding belief is that nature knows best - all of their products are free of plastic, palm oil, and are of course, Cruelty Free. Beginning in a small eclectic gallery on Waiheke Island called Upcycle - initially all of their packaging was upcycled from damaged books, maps or unwanted sheet music! As their range continues to grow, they have adopted a packaging philosophy of ‘reusable, recyclable or compostable’. To achieve a more self-sustainable lifestyle, Anoint is now based in Kerikeri (since 2017) in the beautiful Bay of Islands. This family owned business continues to evolve as they build their eco-friendly, off-grid forever home and studio for Anoint across twelve acres of land - where each and every product is totally handcrafted here in Aotearoa.