Organic Bath Mitt (Set of 2)
Organic Bath Mitt (Set of 2)
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Organic Bath Mitt (Set of 2)
Organic Bath Mitt (Set of 2)
Organic Bath Mitt (Set of 2)
Organic Bath Mitt (Set of 2)
Organic Bath Mitt (Set of 2)
Organic Bath Mitt (Set of 2)
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Organic Bath Mitt (Set of 2)
Organic Bath Mitt (Set of 2)
affina organic bath wash mitts
affina organic wash mitt

Organic Bath Mitt (Set of 2)

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A bathing staple found throughout France and Europe, our 100% organic cotton bath mitts are sculpted from natural patterns found in the ocean. Woven in Portugal by some of Europe's most respected terry towel weavers, this two mitt set is available in a range of patterns and colors.

FEATURES

  • Includes 2 mitts
  • Size: 6x8 inch with loop for hanging
  • 100% Certified Organic Cotton
  • Low-Impact, Fiber Reactive Dyes
  • STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® certified by Citive #133
  • Made in Portugal

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