Family Bath Set - Burnt Grey

£84.90

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It's always the right time to upgrade your bathroom experience with our best selling towel sets and indulge yourself & your loved ones in the rejuvenating herbal life. Our family bath sets come with 2 bath towels, 2 hand towels, and 2 face towels.

The colour burnt grey is made from a combination of PomegranateAlum, and Iron EarthPomegranate has been one of the popular and oldest ingredients in traditional dyeing. It has been considered as a cardiac tonic, an appetizer, and a constitutive.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • 2 Bath Towels (70 cm x 140 cm)
  • 2 Hand Towels (35 cm x 70 cm)
  • 2 Face Towels (35 cm x 35 cm)
  • 500 - 550 GSM
  • Made with bamboo fibre and Ayurvedic Dyes

Our process of herbal dyeing was developed through extensive research on age-old dyeing methods practised since the days of the Indus Valley civilization. The process of herbal dyeing starts with the grey cloth passing through several stages of treatment before it becomes colourful and ready to wear. During this entire treatment, only natural processes are used.

 

1. Desizing

 The washing of processed greige cloth starts with removing sizing, gums and oils used in the course of weaving by washing with natural mineral-rich water and sea salts.

2. Bleaching

Fabrics are exposed to direct sunlight and use of a natural grass base and animal manure starts the bleaching process. 

3. Mordanting

To make the colours bright and fast, natural mordants such as myrobalan, rhubarb leaves, oils, minerals, alum, iron vat etc are used. We do not use heavy metal mordants like copper, chrome, zinc, tin etc

4. Dyeing

We use only medicinally rich herbs, plant material, minerals & oils like turmeric, myrobalan, castor oil, sea salt etc for dyeing fabric or yarn. We have aspired to achieve and retain the qualities of the herbs by immersing the plant material directly in the dye bath for the same reason.  

5Finishing

In herb dyeing, finishing is done by sprinkling pure water on the cloth and then stretching under pressure, using hand rolls, aloe vera, castor oil etc.

6. Recycling Plant

Solid and liquid waste is separated through the process of filtration and used for farming purposes as manure and for watering the fields.

 Some facts of Chemical Processing

Chemical dyeing processes use over 8000 different chemicals in its various stages.
As high as 40 times the weight of the fabric, water is required to process the same.
Most of the so-called eco-friendly dyeing or LOW impact dyeing available on organic as well as conventional cotton is still being dyed by using huge amounts of chemicals and dyes but in permissible limits. Thus they may be LOW impact but certainly not NO impact.

 

SHIPPING

  • We are shipping worldwide. Free delivery in the UK for orders above £15.
  • £20 shipping charges will apply for orders outside the EU.
  • Amount paid on this website is inclusive of all customs, duties, and taxes.

Read our complete Shipping Policy here: https://gibie.co/policies/shipping-policy

 

RETURNS

You can return products within 30 days of receipt of your shipment. We do not charge anything for returns. You can further learn about our return policy here: https://gibie.co/a/returns

Customer Reviews

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S
S.J.
Dyed using herbs

All the towels are dyed using herbs, which really makes me happy that I found this brand.

B
B.P.
Highly recommended family bath set

These towels are very soft and comfortable to the skin and are super absorbent. Great quality. Highly recommended!

C
C.P.
Suits my bathroom

I went for the burnt grey option, and let me tell you, it perfectly suits my bathroom ambience.

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N.
Convenient

These towels turned out to be more convenient than I thought. Simply loved the burnt grey colour.

S
S.C.
Good towel

It is a good towel that also absorbs fast and is super soft, this towel also gives me a sense of luxury.

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