Reusable Bamboo Hair Wrap Towel
Our Reusable Bamboo Hair Wrap Towel is super absorbent, gently helping to soak up water from your hair, which cuts down on drying time!
Made of environmentally friendly, super soft bamboo, it's perfect for wrapping wet hair, soaking up hair like a hair towel and holding it in place, while you complete your beauty routine. It eliminates the need to rub your hair, which can damage hair strands and cuticles, so less frizz and tangles.
To create your hair turban, simply tip your head, place the hair wrap towel gently on your neck and twist your wet hair into the towel. Flip the end of the hair wrap towel onto your head and secure at the nape of your neck with a smart wooden button.
Perfect for the gym, spa, while travelling or for day to day use at home.
Soft, washable and suitable for all hair types including longer hair.
Made from bamboo towelling, Reusable Bamboo Hair Wrap Towels are a delightful pampering alternative to the nylon and plastic-based options, and also gentler on the environment.
We love it because it:
- Soaks up water from your hair, so less drying time
- 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 or the beach.
Machine or hand wash after a few uses at 40 degrees.
Made in Cornwall.
For ultimate pampering, or a great gift, add a Lavender, Aloe and Lemon Shampoo Bar with our Reusable Bamboo Hair Wrap Towel to your order, just choose the option in the drop down menu.
About Bamboo Towelling
Bamboo towelling, made from the pulp of the bamboo grass is produced from the environmentally sustainable bamboo plant. It is one of the fastest growing plants on the planet with some species growing almost a metre a day. A sustainable alternative to cotton, it's renewable and is said to have some antibacterial properties. As an eco-friendly and multifunctional plant; bamboo has been used in architecture, agriculture, furniture and paper-making for thousands of years and more recently as a fabric.