Salux Nylon Japanese Beauty Skin Bath Wash Cloth/Towel - Turquoise Blue
- Winner of the Invention Prize in Japan, unique patented design, in pleasing pastel colors.
- Light nylon fabric air dries quickly and completely - machine washable, more sanitary than loofah.
- Softer than loofah, but still textured for exfoliating entire body. Creates a rich lather while stimulating skin and blood circulation, Great for cellulite massage.
- Much longer than a normal washcloth - at 35 inches (90cm) - to reach neck and back with ease.
- Buy one for each family member! SALUX towels are available in Yellow (7010), Blue (7011), Pink (7012), White (7013), Peach (7015), Aquamarine (7016) and Turquoise (7027). Softer, all-natural versions also available in 100% Cotton (7014) and 100% Silk (7020).
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60% Nylon, 40% Polyester - comes in Yellow, Blue, Pink, White, Peach, Aquamarine and Turquoise
Wet, apply soap or body wash, emulsify to thick foam and wash. Rinse under running water, wring and hang dry. Machine wash and dry with regular use.
Top Customer Reviews
Update: I received the real deal from another source and the Japanese made Salux Scrub Towel is vastly superior to the Chinese made towel. it is 2-3 times thicker and slightly more abrasive. It will last 10 times longer and do a better job.
The nice, long length of it also makes it easy to use to clean your back. My husband even tried using this and liked it so much that he asked me to order him one.
I'm really glad that I came across the positive reviews of this and decided to give it a try. It will definitely be replacing the loofahs that I've always used, and will become a staple in our shower.
First shower was awesome. I actually felt clean. With a body pouf I would scrub and scrub, and while wiping dry with a towel, I could see more skin residue come off. With this product, I could scrunch it up in a ball in my hand and it felt like I was used a gentle body scrub and stretch it out completely to scrub my back, an area that
I couldn't get with a body scrub without a long handle brush.
The most loved part about this, it dries quickly. I took a shower and within two hours it was completely dried. That old moldy pouf or washcloth has a run for its money.
Edit 5/5/11: I have found another great perk to this product. I went on a vacation with my family and I brought this wash cloth of course. Before we left to go back home I took another shower. If I had a body poof I wouldn't have been able to use it because it would have been packed damp. As soon as I was through using the Salux Wash Cloth, I rolled it in a towel and it was completely dried. I have been so impressed with this product that I am ordering some for my mom and sister for Mother's Day.
I have also read on here about people not receiving the actual Salux brand. If you are not receiving the actual Salux brand, send it back.
These cloths last forever. I use mine, throw them in the washing machine, use liquid bleach on them and they still last for years. They are great for the shower because they drip dry very quickly. They are just the right texture and length for scrubbing my back and have enough texture to exfoliate but still not be too scratchy feeling. I don't use them on my face, though-just a little rough for that.
They also make the greatest stocking stuffers or gifts. I have got all my friends and family hooked on them. And they come in nice colors. I especially like the green and the peach.
Try them - you won't be sorry.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are wonderful! Buy two or three at a time. While this wash cloth may seem a little stiff at first, it will soften after a week or so. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Mr. Geezer
Pretty decent exfoliator. Bought it for my tween to use on all little white bumps popping up on the arms. Gentle enough that my 7 yr old doesn't mind using it too. Read morePublished 4 months ago by C. Marquez
It's a lot rougher/coarser than the ones I'm used to (from Korean stores/brands) but it's exactly what I was looking for. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Y. Cho