Benton - Hanji Body Wash Towel - 1pc
Tired of plastic shower puffs that irritate your skin? Try Benton's Hanji Body Wash Towel instead. Constructed of 40% Hanji (Mulberry bark fibres), it's durable, anti-bacterial and not bleached. Just twist it up and work your favourite shower product into a lather for a gentle exfoliation.
1 towel - 92 x 30cm.
Product of Korea.
Suitable for anyone.
Soak with water and lather with your favourite body wash or shower gel. Gently rub towel on your body in upward strokes. After use, thoroughly rinse towel and dry in a well ventilated area. Note, this product uses natural fibres so lint or excess fibres may fall out. Don't stress, that's totally normal!
Stop using the product immediately and consult a dermatologist when redness, swelling, or other skin irritations occur, and consult a physician. Avoid applying the product on open wounds or skin inflammation. Keep away from direct sunlight and out of reach of infants and children.
40% mulberry fibre (Hanji), polyester.
Ingredients subject to change at manufacturer's discretion. For the most complete and up-to-date list of ingredients, please refer to product packaging.
Yay—let's recycle! Here’s a quick guide for when you've finished using all your products:
1. Make the products 'recycle ready' by rinsing it out and cleaning it. What if the product doesn't work for me? Give it to someone who might like to try it! That way, you will minimise wastage and give the product a second home. ♡♡
2. Get the DETAILS! Typically, most skin care packaging is recyclable in Australia, but what can and can’t be recycled depends on where you live. A quick Google search will reveal a recycling guideline based on your state / territory.
3. Can I put this in my recycling bin? If you've checked and the answer is 'yes', give these items a second life and put them in the recycling bin. If it's not, look into enterprises like TerraCycle, to help you properly recycle your beauty products. If the product is recycable through TerraCycle, it is FREE and all you have to do is gather your empty products together, print a recycling label and ship it out - that’s it! They’ll take care of the rest for you.
FYI, recycling plants uses numbers ranging from 1 to 7 to help sort all the materials. PETE stands for Polyethylene Terephthalate and PP stands for Polypropylene — these are both plastics. PAP represents paper / mixed paper / cardboard. See Earth Easy to learn more about your plastics.
That's it babes! Remember to love our earth; love our planet! #dontbetrashy