Peshtemal, also known as Turkish towel and hammam towel, is a very important tradition that has been carried from the Ottoman Empire to the modern-day

It's becoming a raising trend in many countries around the world: Especially USA, Australia, UK and Europe

Almost everywhere in the world, in many luxury hotels and spa centers, it is strongly possible to encounter a Turkish bath. In fact, the Turkish bath and the Turkish peshtemal are two inseparable things

Peshtemals, which are mostly preferred to have colored vertical striped design, are woven from natural yarn such as linen, cotton and bamboo.Traditional peshtemals are handmade on simple wooden looms using locally produced cotton, linen or silk fibers 

Our weavers often have their looms inside their homes with two and three generations participating in the production process. Peshtemals are not just used in bathrooms and baths, but also are used at beaches, saunas, fitness room, sports hall, beauty centers, hairdresser salons, in short, they are within the life

Turkish cotton is a curly cotton, which makes it ideal for absorbency. The more it is washed, the softer and more absorbent it becomes. By avoiding dryer sheets and fabric softener, you keep your Turkish cotton fibers in pristine condition

Since peshtemal, as absorbent as other towels, dries faster due to its thinness, it produces less or no bacteria in comparison with other towels. Therefore, it has also antibacterial feature. Besides occupying a small place in your bag or in your cabinet, it is a practical, elegant and environmentally friendly product

Some features:

As absorbent as towels.

Easily carriable due to low weight.

It takes up less space in your bag or on shelf.

Easily and frequently washable; quickly dries and is durable.

Being environmentally friendly, it requires less water and detergent while washing.

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