All our towels are made from 100% cotton. Cotton is the most popular fibre because it’s absorbent, naturally breathable, soft and fluffy.
We recommend buying zero twist cotton towels as they are plush and practical.
What is Zero Twist Cotton?
Zero Twist is a method where yarn is spun with a few twists. Towels made with Zero twist technology feel extraordinarily soft and fluffy while providing a shorter drying time.
What is Combed Cotton?
The cotton is carefully harvested, cleaned and combed. The cotton is combed using fine brushes, which pull out the shorter fibres and impurities. After combing, the straightened fibres join together more tightly, leading to minor fraying and unravelling, making combed cotton towels a luxurious option for your home.
Face Towel (30cm x 30cm)
Also called a face cloth or flannel. Used for cleansing your face as well as washing your body in the shower.
Hand Towel (50cm x 90cm)
The most practical towel you will own. Used for drying your hands, bringing to the gym or drying wet hair.
Bath Towel (70cm x 130cm)
An essential item for your bathroom. Used every day after your bath or shower.
Bath Sheet (100cm x 150cm)
Longer and wider than a bath towel. Perfect for wrapping yourself up after a hot shower or relaxing bath.
Lightweight – up to 350gsm
Lightweight towels are thinner and lighter. These towels are ideal for busy areas of your home because they are quick to wash and dry.
Medium weight – 400-600gsm
These are just as absorbent and durable as higher gsm towels but aren’t as heavy or dense. This makes them lighter, more relaxed and faster drying.
Heavyweight – 700-900gsm
These towels are the softest and most luxurious. They are also very absorbent, heavy and warm. Although they are a little more expensive, they are long-lasting.
Our Most Popular Towels
Choosing the right towel
Towels can add a warm, finishing touch to a bathroom. Consider selecting a stack in a fun accent colour or pattern.
Higher quality towels will last longer and wear well. Some cheaper towels may feel very soft, but this is often down to the manufacturer adding a softener to make them seem plusher.
Not sure how many of each towel you need? Follow this helpful guide:
• 2 x bath sheets, bath towels and face cloths per family member
• 2 x hand towels per bathroom
• 2 x bath sheets, bath towels and face cloths per guest bedroom
Caring For Your Towels
Keep your household towels away from cleaning products that contain bleach to prevent staining. Skin treatments, such as benzoyl peroxide for acne can also leave permanent marks on towels.
If a towel gets caught or pulled, it will not unravel - cut off the pulled loop.
Washing and Drying
Group coloured towels together and wash on medium heat with a colour boosting washing powder. Also, avoid using fabric softeners since they can leave residue and create a stiff texture.
What’s the trick to keeping your towels fluffy? Tumble drying! It’s essential to keep the temperature low (i.e. under 60°C).