Idento is a company that was established back in 1989 and is headquartered in Billund. They deal mainly with sales of their own brands, and has built a dealer network in the whole of Denmark, both in the retail and wholesale stage. They started up the production of oral care products, such as toothpicks, dental floss and tandrensere, and in 2005 became one of the largest lip balms launched in different shapes and colors. Konjac sponges - The new black Konjac sponges have become incredibly popular, and in Nicehair.dk we would like to join the wave, and therefore we have decided to take Idento Konjac mushrooms in our range. Konjac sponges extracted from the potato plant Amorphophallus Konjac, and has Asia been used in beauty treatments for more than 100 years. The fungus is 100% organic, and provides an in-depth and gentle exfoliation of the skin. The sponge helps to give the skin a healthy and fresh glow and will leave skin with fewer impurities. It has a net-like structure, which gives the skin a gentle massage, which stimulates blood flow, which helps to provide new growth of skin cells. The amazing sponge comes in many different flavors, actually there are 13 different - 10 flavors to the face and 3 variants for the body. Does not include MI In December 2015 there was an article in Politiken, which was made some tests of Konjac sponges and where all mushrooms were cut indiscriminately. Here it emerged that Konjac sponges containing MI and thus should stay away from them, and big parties were removed from stores. Idento attach great importance to their Konjac sponges NOT contain the preservative methylisothiazolinone - better known as MI, which is a strong allergen. But she must not be concerned with Idento Konjac sponges. At Nicehair.dk We are very pleased to present these delicious fungi that can not live without once you've tried them. With these fungi at hand, there is no excuse for not having a clean and healthy skin, both on the body and face, and we are sure that all our wonderful customers, will take really well against these fungi. We are certainly even very fond of them!