Everist Inc.

Compostable Konjac Sponge

$14.00 USD

Most sponges in your shower are made from plastic and end up in a landfill where they can take over 400 years to decompose. The Everist Konjac Sponge is made from 100% natural konjac plant fibre and is fully biodegradable in a home compost. Activate it with the water in your shower and watch it soften into a cushy gel-like pillow that creates a decadent creamy lather. Especially when paired with the Everist Body Wash Concentrate - they're BFFs.

Use daily to gently exfoliate the whole body for softer, smoother skin. The konjac plant is naturally alkaline, which gives it its gentle soap like cleansing ability and leaves skin perfectly balanced.

Dimensions when hydrated: 4 1/2" L x 2 1/2" W x 1 1/4" T - perfect for body!

How to Use
Shipping & Returns
Just add water and watch this compostable sponge transform into a cushy pillow and your body wash’s new bestie. Rinse with hot water after use. Gently squeeze out excess water. Hang to air dry.
Home compost after 2-3 months of use and recycle paper wrap.
U.S. Shipping Only. Delivery from 1-7 business days with typically within 2 business day processing time. Shipping is free on orders over $40. This is shipped from Everist and not from Girlboss. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to info@helloeverist.com.

Why We Love it

Perfect for exfoliating, this sponge swaps the landfill-bound plastic for konjac plant fiber that can be composted at home—yup, right along your veggie scraps. Like all of the low-waste brand’s products, the sponge comes to life when it meets the water in your shower—puffing up to its soft, yet scrubby full potential. Getting clean just got a major upgrade.

Meet The Founders


Co-founders Jayme Jenkins and Jessica Stevenson are veterans of the beauty industry, which gave them a front-row seat to the industry’s giant plastic waste problem—77 billion units of plastic packaging every year. “We wanted to be part of the solution and set out to discover how we could do beauty without single-use plastic,” says Jenkins. While on this journey, the pair learned that traditional shampoo, conditioner and body wash are 70 percent water, and almost always come in single-use plastic bottles. Their brand, Everist, focuses on waterless shampoo “pastes” (as opposed to bars) and come in recyclable aluminum tubes.

Launched in 2021, the brand is already racking up accolades, from Vogue’s Best New Sustainable Beauty Products to being one of TIME Magazine's Best Inventions of 2021. “We're so proud to make products for eco-optimists and build our eco-inclusive community,” says Jenkins. “It's not about being perfect, it's about progress!”