Bathroom: Organic Cotton Towels

Freshen up your bathroom space with some natural-hued bath towels. Here are a few of our favorite environmentally-conscious picks.

Above: Organic Bath Towels by Coyuchi hang from a bathroom door.

Above: The Coyuchi Organic Bath Sheets are made of certified organic cotton that is grown in India by family farmers organized in cooperatives.

Above: The Kusaki Puff Towels come in soft hues; a Japanese technique extracts pastel pigments from plants to color the organic cotton.

Above: Made from 100% Turkish organic Bergama cotton from the Aegean Sea, the waffle design of these bath towels by Forza are a fun addition to bathroom decor.

Above: The Greenway Towel Collection from Waterworks is for the well-appointed bath. Comprised of biodegradable materials, these towels come in three natural shades.



Olivia Thacker
Olivia Thacker3 years ago

Organic cotton towels are good for our skin its 100% made up of bamboo fiber. As a profession I am skin specialist do you know most of my patients I recommending to make use of bamboo towels in their daily life...Main reason behind this its not only good for our skin but also for if we look as per environmental aspect then also its good.

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Eternal Gardener
Eternal Gardener6 years ago

Thank you!

KrassiAWAY B.
Krasimira B6 years ago

Agree with Camila.

Camila K.
Kamila A6 years ago

beautiful!----but unaffordable

Shanaia M.
Shanaia M.6 years ago

I adore people who don't just care for the environment but also make a move to save the environment. If people get to know these type of towels, it would be of great help in saving the world. To all the eco-advocates out there, it not just eco-friendly towels are available in the market today. I just found out that frameless shower doors is also an eco-friendly product! The door is made up of used recycled parts of different glass wares like bottles of wine, that are patterned to create polished look. So instead of throwing away glass parts, why not use it to make an eco-friendly frameless shower doors. And help save the world!

Spoorthi BS
Spoorthi BS6 years ago

please use cotton materials as much as possible as they are natural.

Danuta W.
Danuta Watola6 years ago

Thanks for the article.

Hugh Mcintyre
Hugh Mcintyre6 years ago

interesting article!

Laura S.
Laura S6 years ago

They are probably wonderful towels. And I would love to use nothng but organic cotton in all my household fabrics. But I just can't justify spending $80 - $125 on a single bath towel when I could buy an entire week's worth of (organically grown) groceries with that same amount. If they cost even half that much, I could consider them. But for now, I'll have to make do with the towels I purchased from our local closeout & overstock store. They're not organic, but they're still servicable, and I think I got the entire six-piece set for under fifty bucks.