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The Luffa Ranch

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Luffa right after peeling and cleaning.  Notice the natural color range is from dark brown to light tan.  ​


Caring For Your Luffa

Easy to care for, your luffa will last months and months.  You may wash and disinfect your luffa on the top rack of your dishwasher.  Just take it out before the heated dry cycle and hang it to air dry.  Or, toss it in the washing machine with a load of towels.  Just don't put it in the dryer, let it air dry.  No problem if you accidently dry it; just wet it and continue to use it.  It may shrink a little but it will be fine. 


The Luffa Ranch Difference

You may have received a luffa as a gift in the past, or purchased one in a drugstore.  You probably used it a couple times and tossed it.  These luffa are grown mostly in Asia and imported to the United States.  In order to be brought to our country the luffa must be chemically treated to insure no disease or insect comes with it.  This process ruins the luffa.  It becomes hard and stiff and scratches your skin if you use it.  The Luffa Ranch luffa is never chemically treated.  They are simply washed in clear, wonderful mountain water and dried in the sun with the pure North Carolina breezes.  When you receive your luffa you will feel a soft pliable product that once wet becomes even softer. So soft in fact, that they are gentle enough to use on your face.  Biodegradable, they are environmentally friendly.