ACTIVE AGENTS LEXICON
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(Amorphophallus konjac), or the Devil’s Tongue, is cultivated in South-East Asia. Its corms are known as “Konjac roots”. They contain a special polysaccharide used as an innovative peeling agent. These peeling particles, of purely plant origin, are elastic enough to thoroughly massage and gently clean the skin. They effectively absorb and remove skin impurities, have a deep-cleansing effect without drying the skin, while moisturising the skin at the same time.