Ramie Hemp Bath Pad
Ramie Hemp Bath Pad
Ramie Hemp Bath Pad
Ramie Hemp Bath Pad
Ramie Hemp Bath Pad

Ramie Hemp Bath Pad

Regular price£4.00
This ramie hemp bath pad is a great plastic free option for exfoliating skin and revitalising the body in the bath or shower. The natural plant fibres stimulate circulation and gently rub away dead skin. Ramie and hemp are both natural plant fibres that have excellent abrasion resistance and have both been tested to be three to five times stronger than cotton. Features hanging loop and padded cotton towelling on the reverse with elasticated strip to slide over the hand for ease of use.

Wet with warm water, apply soap or shower gel and gently massage skin in a circular motion. Rinse pad in clean running water and hang to dry naturally after every use.

Designed in London and hand crafted in Southern Turkey. Comes presented in a recyclable card sleeve.

Approximately 11cm wide x 15.5cm long.
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All Eco Bath products are produced from natural materials, a great option for those who would like to reduce the use of plastic in the bathroom.


Hemp is one of the most versatile and sustainable plants on the planet. It requires very little water and naturally reduces pests, which means harsh chemical herbicides and pesticides are not necessary. Hemp also amazingly returns 60-70% of the nutrients it takes from the soil.

Ramie is also a highly sustainable eco­friendly fibre. Like hemp, it is naturally resistant to bacteria, mold, and mildew as well as light damage, rot or insect attack so does not require pesticides or herbicides to grow healthily. Ramie is a flowering plant, and once the flowers begin to bloom, the fibres are extracted from the plant for spinning, which can be harvested up to 6 times in a successful year!
About the Brand
Eco Bath is a London based business whose founders grew up on a family farm in Southern Turkey. With an abundance of sunshine, the family have been successfully growing loofah, apricots, grapefruit, cotton and bay berries for over 20 years. The idea for Eco Bath started in 1992, when the family began harvesting these natural materials to hand-craft bath and body products inspired by those used in traditional Turkish baths.

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