I just ordered some and was wondering if anyone else was using them. If so, how do you get them out without squeezing them and making a mess?
Originally Posted by Meiri
Are the sponges growing back quickly enough to not go extinct in the wild?
|As sponges are harvested, millions of egg and sperm cells are released into the surrounding water, making the sponge a renewable resource that provides an ecologically sound product for menstrual use.|
|Sorry to seem obstinant, can't help but ask the questions that come to mind, but the release of eggs and sperm does not quarantee the growth of new sponges|
Originally Posted by srain
(do you know how many animals get killed by harvesters?),
Originally Posted by BrandyMama
So, is this a Sea Pearls sponge you've been using for ten years?