But, we went above and beyond to make GIBIE the #BestTowelEver:
- The towels never lose softness like other towels (even after 50 washes)
- They retain high absorbancy & quick-drying properties for the longest period
- Unlike normal towels, GIBIE towels are resistant to odour & bacterial growth
2 Bath Towels (70 cm x 140 cm)
2 Hand Towels (35 cm x 70 cm)
2 Face Towels (35 cm x 35 cm)
500 - 550 GSM
Made with bamboo fibre and Ayurvedic Dyes
These towels are made of 100% natural materials and are free of any harsh chemicals.
They're also exceptionally absorbent, making them perfect for after a shower or bath.
Furthermore, they're gentle enough for people with sensitive skin.
With this bath set, you'll have everything you need to feel refreshed, relaxed, and pampered.
NO HARMFUL SYNTHETIC CHEMICALS
100% natural skin-friendly herbs for those with sensitive skin and children
NO MORE MUSTY ODOUR
Ayurvedic Herbs, innovative weaving techniques and the use of bamboo-based fibres ensure your towel would not catch the musty smell even in damp weather. NATURALLY, ANTIBACTERIAL Bamboo fibre and herbal dyes inhibit the growth of bacteria keeping your towel fresh longer.
UNPARALLELED SOFTNESS AND LUXURY
Our bamboo and cotton yarns have been woven to provide an extreme softness that lasts forever. No more crunchy towels.
The Dyeing Process
The washing of processed greige cloth starts with removing sizing, gums and oils used in the course of weaving by washing with natural mineral-rich water and sea salts.
Scouring is a vital part of the process in order to prepare the fabric for even and consistent dyeing. We use Soda Ash in boiling water where fabric is treated for several hours before moving to the next process.
To make the colours bright and fast, natural mordants such as myrobalan, rhubarb leaves, oils, minerals, alum, iron vat etc are used. We do not use heavy metal mordants like copper, chrome, zinc, tin etc.
Herbal dyes are almost solely plant-based, using components such as flowers, roots, leaves, seeds, peels, etc. We try our best to use only that part of the plant which is considered a waste or is growing wild and organic in nature and has medicinal properties, such as the peels of pomegranate, onions and myraballam.
In herbal dyeing, finishing is done by sprinkling pure water on the cloth and then stretching under pressure, using hand rolls, aloe vera, castor oil etc.
Plant Solid and liquid waste are separated through the process of filtration and used for farming purposes as manure and for watering the fields. The discharged water or the solid waste do not contain any harmful chemicals.