Esponjabon Soap FostersThe Skin Essentials. Know Everything…

Skincare demands a lot to be put into the right place but the basics that broadly fall within the skincare products are cleansing and moisturizing. From simply washing your face with a face wash to taking the monthly facial sessions, all of it comes under cleansing, and from applying your moisturizing creams and sunscreens to following a bedtime routine with a nice soothing serum, all are used for nurturing the skin with necessary hydration and compounds. Out of all these, the Mexican brand T-tAio has created an outstanding soap bar that comes with a sponge feature. Yes, now, Esponjabon Soap, Mother of Pearl, can exfoliate as well as nourish your skin by a one-step action. Keep scrolling to explore this trending soap bar…


The main ingredient of this soap is ‘mother of pearl’ also known as ‘concha nacar’. It holds all the purity of an ocean. This ingredient is famous for rejuvenating the skin as it contains multiple ingredients that are very beneficial for the skin. The soap is not only compatible with your body but also with your face. Its sponge is not as hard as you think but is ultra-smooth and provides the perfect exfoliation to your skin without causing dryness. Other than ‘concha nacar’, the following are some beneficial ingredients used to prepare this bar. All are safe and healthy to boost even and smooth skin.

  • Aqua
  • Glycerin
  • Propylene Glycol
  • Sorbitol
  • Sodium Palmate of Fatty Acids
  • Sodium Palmitate
  • Titanium Dioxide
  • Ficus Indica fruit extract
  • Butylated hydroxytoluene
  • Sodium Bicarbonate
  • Sodium Lauryl ether sulfate
  • Opuntia ficus-indica fruit extract
  • Parfum

# Esponjabon Soap goes with all skin types!


Esponjabon soap is also available with other ingredients and all are equally pleasing. It all depends on which personal fragrance and combination make your skin happier. Here’s the list to select from-

  • Mother of Pearl Shell
  • Charcoal
  • Aloe Vera
  • Oatmeal
  • Cucumber-Melon
  • Lavender


  • Protects from dead cells by its sponge property
  • Purifies Pores
  • Cleanses the pollutants acquired throughout the day
  • Brightens skin by lightening the blemishes and pigmentation
  • Smoothes skin


How many times a day should you use Esponjabon Soap?

I used it once every day and sometimes twice a day. So, I believe it is safe to use it twice a day. But once a day is ideally the best.

Does Esponjabon Soap work on Strawberry legs?

Yes, Esponjabon soap can gently treat Keratosis Pilaris. Especially the ‘mother of pearl’ which contains immense skin nutrients that can reduce the factors like dryness that cause this problem. Rub the sponge soap in a circular motion for best results.

Is Esponjabon good for Eczema?

For eczema, Esponjabon Soap ‘Oatmeal’ or ‘Avena’, is the best. So, if you are looking for a subtle treatment for itchy inflammation over the skin, blindly follow the Oatmeal version of Esponjabon.

How to use Esponjabon Soap?

Moisten the soap and apply with smooth circular motions on the wet skin. While rubbing the soap onto your face, be gentle and just rub it for not more than a minute. Also, do not harshly rub on your sensitive areas. Once done, wash your body off with lukewarm water and pat dry using a soft towel only. Do not forget to apply your moisturizer. Also, avoid using other chemical-based products for the rest of your life.


There’s no doubt that the esponjabon soap, mother of pearl, is the key to solve all kinds of skin issues. It has the richness of multiple ingredients that will give your skin complete healing. To reap the best, take care of your lifestyle. Ensure that you eat a nutritious diet and drink enough water to keep the skin supple. Also, engage yourself in physical activities to create blood circulation which works like oxygen to the skin cells.

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