Affina Strigosa Organic Cotton Spa Mitt Set
affina organic bath wash mitts
Diploria Strigosa Vieques Puerto Rico
Diploria Strigosa

Strigosa Gray Organic Spa Bath Mitt Set

Regular price$20.00
/

A bathing staple found throughout France and Europe, our Strigosa 100% organic cotton spa bath mitt set is sculpted in a Diploria Strigosa (Brain Coral) pattern. 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 Gull Gray and Golden Yellow, as well as, a selection of other patterns.

Water Symbol
DIPLORIA STRIGOSA  I  Brain Coral
Diploria Strigosa, also known as Brain Coral, features a maze of twisting, turning walls and valleys that symbolize the complex labyrinth of the human brain.The massive colonies of sculptural, boulder-like reefs with their sinuous patterns are nature’s underwater modern art creations.

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

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

WE’D LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU! If you’ve purchased this product in the past and wish to leave a review, please click on ‘Write a Review’ below. Under ‘Name’ you can use your first name only or first name and last initial. Your email is for confirming that you have purchased from us in the past. It will remain private and not be visable in your review.

Introducing Seaweaves™ by Affina

Wrap yourself in natural patterns from the sea woven into 100% organic cotton fine textiles. Patterns flowing with waves of energy, timeless as the tides — whispering the call of the sea, returning us to ourselves, renewed.

Conus Gloriamaris

Glory of the Sea Cone

Conus Gloriamaris, also known as the “Glory Of The Sea” was regarded for centuries as the rarest shell in the world. This sea snail’s conical shell features an intricate geometric pattern.

Voluta Bednalli

Bednall's Volute

Volutidae snail shells are often referred to as the “aristocrats” of the shell world, due to their striking patterns. The Voluta Bednalli, discovered in the 1800s in Darwin, Australia by William Tompson Bednall, is a rare species with an exceptionally elaborate pattern.

Hexogonaria Percarinata

Petoskey Stone

Hexagonaria Percarinata, or Petoskey stone, is a fossilized 350 million-year-old coral named after Ottawa Indian Chief Ignatius Petosega, whose name poetically means “rising sun” or “rays of dawn.”


Recently viewed