We are super excited to announce that we’ve just won Best Buy in the Green Parent Natural Beauty Awards for our lovely Reusable Bamboo Hair Wrap Towel. It's our first award for this fabulous product.
Poppy – one of our local new mums said:
“The towel is great. I love the way it fastens in place at the back! Handy for Mum’s as it can be a while before you actually get a chance to dry your hair”
We’ve had such a lot of lovely heart-warming reviews from customers that I thought it was worth sharing some of them and providing a bit more detail about this super useful five star product!
"I really like the Hair Wrap Towel. I have very short hair and it works absolutely fine. I was concerned that it wouldn't stay on (without much hair to bulk it out), but it does. I could never get a towel to stay on my head. Going to buy a couple more..."
While Jillian has had to relinquish hers!
"Unfortunately I have not been able to use as my daughter has taken it as her own . She loves it. In her words. Great quality, soft and works perfectly. I will definitely be ordering one for myself!"
What is a Hair Wrap Towel (I hear you say)?
It's a specially designed bamboo wrap which you put over your hair after you've washed it. The bamboo towelling is super absorbent and gently helps to soak up water from your hair into the turban. The hair wrap holds your hair in place, while you paint your nails, feed your baby/cat/dog/family or finish putting on your face!
Like all our products, we've carefully thought about its environmental impact and so we have chosen to make it from eco-friendly, super soft bamboo towelling.
Unlike a traditional cotton towel, there's no need to rub your hair to dry it, so you avoid damaging your hair strands and cuticles. This means less frizz; fewer tangles and it cuts down on drying time too.
The wrap is held in place with a smart wooden button at the nape of your neck, which means that it doesn't flop like a cotton towel or fall off so easily and it's much lighter too.
How To Use A Hair Wrap Towel
We've tried this Hair Wrap Towel out on several people with different hair lengths and everyone has found it fairly straightforward to use. You might have already tried to do this with a cotton towel, which can move around a bit and fall off. Here's how to put it on:
Step 1 - Lean over so that your hair falls forward.
Step 2 - Place the hair wrap towel over your head with the button at the back, nestled into the nape of your neck. Tuck any hair at the sides into the towel.
Step 3 - Holding the ends of the towel nearest the floor, gently twist the towel so that it's tight, but doesn't pull your hair. Then fold it back on itself and flip it over so that the ends of the towel come over the top of your head and towards your neck.
Step 4 - Secure with the smart wooden button at the nape of your neck.
It’s that easy!
Why buy a special Hair Towel Wrap?
Here are some words and pictures which give you some more details:
I absolutely love this product!
- soaks up water from your hair, so less drying time
- there's no need to rub your hair, so less frizz and fewer tangles
- stays in place while you finish your beauty routine
- is quick drying and reusable
- eliminates the need for a separate hair towel
- can be used at home or out and about at the gym, spa, pool or the beach
- is washable and reusable.
- is Made in Cornwall.
I spoke to someone recently who thought that it would be great for the pool and the beach because it's so light to carry around.
I hope I've explained the thinking behind our award winning product, the Reusable Bamboo Hair Wrap Towel and that you've found out a bit more about what it is, how to use it and whether it's the kind of product that you might find useful.
They have proved very popular at Christmas and for Birthdays and if you are looking for a special gift then our Hair Care Gift Set which combines a Hair Wrap Towel, Soap & Shampoo Bar with Lavender, Aloe and Lemon and a soft Bamboo Scrunchie is a great option.
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