Spongelle: A Little Bit Of Time For Big Results

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If you’re like me, wanting to spend as little time as possible and get big results, I highly recommend a product called Spongelle boxed flowers.

Most of us do not want to spend an inordinate amount of time caring for ourselves. It’s pretty vain and seems to be a waste of time to boot. Oh the things we can do in our precious little time on this planet! Why waste it on exfoliating, conditioning and moisturizing?  So I went on a quest to find the self care product that can do the most in the least amount of time. And I think I found it.

Enter the above mentioned  Spongelle boxed flower. It’s a loofa, soap and moisturizer all in one. Made with all natural ingredients, it contains the extracts of the yuzu fruit (used by the Japanese for centuries for its wonderful fragrance), the edelweiss flower (known for its anti inflammatory properties as well as for it’s ability to offer natural sun protection), as well as vetiver (a grass that has antiseptic properties and can treat acne).It comes beautifully packaged, has an interesting shape and instead of hanging from a typical rope it hangs from a ribbon. It smells great too.  Best of all it makes taking  care of yourself fun.

You see, there are many components to living life to the fullest. There’s this feeling of needing to accomplish as much as possible in order to leave a positive impact on this world. From the spiritual to the physical, we rush hither and yonder trying our best to achieve this lofty goal. So just like with any piece of machinery that’s getting constant use and even overuse, we must do our best to keep our bodies in the best condition possible. This is a great way to preserve the soul within, that secret power that propels us to do the acts of goodness and kindness that keeps the earth spinning on its axis.

I have started using the Spongelle flower in my daily routine. I feel safe using it due to its natural ingredients. And the amount of time saved by having this all in one product allows me to concentrate less on my own existence and more on those around me. It is really a win win all around.

Bluma Marcus

Bluma Marcus is the editor of Frollicle.com. She lives with her husband and five children in southern California.

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