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Mini Wash Mitt

Copenhagen native Liv Berg creates these beautiful knit mini wash mitts in Paris, drawing inspiration from traditional Scandinavian cloths and cleansing mitts. 

Made with 100% organic cotton (GOTS certified) that is unbleached, Berg’s knitted wash mitts are naturally dyed with plants. They are knit in a seed stitch pattern, which gives the cloth a gentle texture, useful for exfoliation. 

The Mini Wash Mitt is useful as a small beauty accessory to replace disposable cotton pads to cleanse your face and neck, clean facial hair, remove a beauty mask, or perform a face massage.

Several natural plants are used in the dying of these cloths, including chamomile, weld and cutch (acacia)*. The combination of plants used varies from batch to batch, resulting in cloths that range in color from rich, golden mustard to a deeper rust color. 

Colors may vary. 

View more naturally dyed bath cloths from Liv Berg here

Materials:  100% organic cotton, plant dyed

Made by:  Liv Berg

Made in:  Paris, France

Specifications:  Mitt measures approximately 4" long x 3.25" wide when dry. It will expand when wet. It is designed to slip over three or four (adult) fingers when in use. 

Please allow for some variation in size and color due to the handmade nature of this product.  

Care:  After use, rinse, press water out, reshape while damp, and allow cloth to dry. 

Naturally dyed goods need special care to maintain their color.

  • Wash with similar colors on a low-temperature cycle (40°C)
  • Use natural laundry soap or detergent that has no bleaching agent.
  • Let air dry or use a low-temperature cycle in the dryer.
  • Always keep away from heat or direct sun so that the color will not fade.

Further Reading:  *Dye from the bark of the acacia (cutch) tree was used by Buddhist monks in Myanmar to give their robes beautiful brown tones. 

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