Affina Sand Ripple Organic Spa Mitt Set
Affina Sand Ripple Organic Spa Mitt Set
affina organic bath wash mitts
ripples in the sand

Sand Ripple Pink Organic Spa Bath Mitt Set

Regular price$20.00
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A bathing staple found throughout France and Europe, our Sand Ripple 100% organic cotton spa bath mitt set is sculpted in a natural sand pattern captured with our camera on the beach in Long Beach Island. Woven by some of the finest towel weavers in Portugal, the design is sculpted in soft terry velour on the outside with solid loop terry inside, and has an attached loop for hanging in the shower or bath.

Each set includes 2 mitts. Available in Pink Sand and Aquamarine, as well as, a selection of other patterns.

Water Symbol
SAND & WATER RIPPLES
Ripples in the sand and water are natural, rhythmic patterns formed by wind, waves and ocean currents. 

FEATURES

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

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