The Proline Beauty Sponges are not just for those who are allergic to latex.
The brand’s line of beauty spongs, called Beauty Glow, also features latex-free and latex-less alternatives.
This makes them a perfect match for the end of the world.
“Our customers are the most vulnerable people in the world, so it’s really important that they have the right products at the right time to get the best possible outcome,” Ms Hoeppner said.
“With the new Glow Sponging range, we wanted to give them something that they can use for as long as they want, when they want it, at the most convenient time.”
We also realised that our customers really needed to be able to find out what was in the product before they bought it, so we decided to create a little place on our website that could be used to provide that information.
“As soon as the Glow Spongs came out, they went viral and we were inundated with enquiries from people wanting to know more.”
Now, you can use the Glow sponging website to find the right product, the one that suits you, or get more information on the products that are available at your local pharmacy.
“People are really looking for information about what’s out there and it’s a great way to get that information in a convenient, personal way.”
Beauty Glow beauty sponge comes in two different types: a latex-friendly, latex- free option and a latex and polyurethane-free alternative.
Both the latex and the polyureths are suitable for latex-using people.
The latex-Free Beauty Glow Sponge is the only one of its kind, and it contains a silicone adhesive and a silicone gel.
It also has a removable silicone rubber cap.
The polyure threesome version of the Beauty Glow Beauty Sponge comes with a silicone rubber, rubber-like cap and an adhesive, and is suitable for all types of latex-containing products.
This version comes in different colours: white, pink, grey, purple and red.
It’s available in two sizes: 12cm x 12cm and 15cm x 15cm.
Both versions are 100 per cent latex- and polypropylene-free.
A latex-resistant gel is available for use with the latex-sensitive Beauty Glow Gel.
It comes in four flavours: black, white, blue and red, and can be used with latex-compatible products.
It is 100 per per cent polypropylene-free, and contains a sticky gel and adhesive.
A silicone-resistant cap is also available for those allergic to rubber.
It has a plastic-like lid and can’t be used for latex sensitive products.
Beauty Glow’s new range of products is available to buy from their website.
“This is the first time we’ve seen a range of this quality that people are really willing to try,” she said.
She said that their new range had gone viral in the last few days, and the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive.
“People have been asking if they could buy these for themselves, so they have given us a huge amount of feedback on the range, from people asking what kind of products they would be interested in, to people asking if there was a silicone-free version,” Ms Boesch said.
The Glow Spunging website is also designed to help people find the best products.
The new range comes in the following colours: pink, white and blue.
It includes four flavours of the Gel Beauty Glow Spa, a silicone sponge made of polyester and silicone that’s made to be used on latex-covered surfaces.
The Gel Beauty Spa comes in three colours: black and white, grey and pink, and a blue version.
The gel is 100-per-cent silicone- and 100-percent polyurethalene-based.
There are five flavours of gel-free beauty spouters: white and pink.
The colour is black and grey.
There is a gel-based gel version for use on latex sensitive materials.
There’s also a gel, which is made of silicone, polyester, rubber and silicone.
The beauty sponge is also compatible with latex and latex sensitive latex-sensitive products.
“It’s really helpful to be told about all the different products that you can buy with the Glow Glow products, as well as how to get rid of the product you’re using,” Ms Saini said.