Natural sponges that grow in the ground

In Egypt, the Cute Eve company grows loofah, a gourd with exfoliating properties, used as a natural sponge for washing the body or cleaning the home. In mid-February, the loofah seeds are sown, then cultivated and harvested in the fall. The loofahs are then immersed in water for a few hours to allow the squash skin to detach from its structure. Once dried in the sun, they are manipulated with a cotton towel to give them the desired shape.


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