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Sasawashi face scrub towel By Morihata

Sasawashi face scrub towel


The Sasawashi Face Scrub Towel is designed to cleanse and revitalize your complexion, and reveals beautiful skin from within. Sasawashi fabric is made from absorbent washi and deodorizing kumazasa plant fibers that keep this face scrub towel fresh and powerfully absorbent. Perfect for dry or combination skin, the Sasawashi terry softens when submerged in water, and effortlessly buffs away everyday impurities from the face. This cleansing essential is designed for daily use and features a corner accent loop to hang dry after use.

How to Use: Just wet the towel with hot water and gently massage over your face. It removes dead skin cells, leaving your skin smooth and refreshed. Not recommended for make-up removal, as this can stain the cloth.

Also available in as a Body Scrub Towel and Deep Exfoiliating Body Scrub Mitt.

About Sasawashi: Sasawashi was founded as a reaction to the wastefulness and ephemeral lifespan of the textile industry. Made from absorbent washi (Japanese paper) threads infused with antibacterial kumazasa plant fibers, this innovative fabric contains natural deodorizing properties that prevent mildew growth and fiber deterioration. From room shoes to scrub towels, every piece in the Sasawashi collection stays true to its founding principles: comfort, longevity, and simplicity.

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Pile: 100% Washi paper. Foundation cloth: 100% cotton.


Care: Machine wash in a garment bag with similar colors. Do not bleach or tumble dry.


Made in Osaka, Japan


W190mm x L220mm


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