The satin weave makes these guest towels very absorbent, making them as practical as they are beautiful. The washed finish creates a casual look and a very soft linen.
Flax is one of the oldest textile fibers in the world. Since its arrival, it has always remained in Western Europe because the plant also proved to grow best here. Our temperate climate provides the ideal alternation of sun and rain for a large and strong plant. Because the longer and stronger the fiber, the better the quality of the linen. More than 75% of the flax fibers used worldwide to weave a linen fabric come from France, Belgium and the Netherlands.
In terms of ecology, linen is a champion. It requires no irrigation while growing and little to no crop protection agents. The fiber is extracted by natural processes and all other parts of the plant are used to produce food, paper or insulation material, among other things. Spinning and weaving have little impact on the environment and again all residual materials are processed, there is no waste.
A natural textile is always the best choice for someone with sensitive skin. A linen fabric contains a minimum of allergens so you are safeguarded from allergic reactions. Your sensitive skin will thank you!