Ayate Bath Scrubber
A natural scrubber, hand woven from the fibers of the Agave plant helps exfoliate and revitalize the skin.
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This versatile scrubby pad with a strap is used in the bath to exfoliate and buff the skin. Ayate cloth is handwoven from 100% Agave fiber. Agave is grown in the wild without harmful chemicals or pesticides.
Both the outside and the stuffing are made with agave plant fiber. The fiber is harvested from the leaves of the plant, handspun, and made into the outer part of the bath scrubber. Cleaned, unwoven fiber is used as the inside padding to provide an exhilarating body massage.
This medium-textured bath scrubber, with a convenient hand strap, is filled with natural agave sisal fibers.
The massaging action of this medium-textured bath scrubber exfoliates, invigorates, stimulates circulation, and smooths the skin as it cleans and softens.
Agave fiber is mildew resistant, sustainable, biodegradable, and machine washable.
- Provides moderate abrasion to remove dead skin cells, improve circulation and revive dull skin
- Great for massaging your whole body with your favorite Chagrin Valley Soap to reveal soft, smooth skin.
- Great for a rigorous scrub on dry skin patches on the elbows, thighs, legs, and feet
- Scrubber size: approximately 6" x 4"
Since each ayate bath scrubber is handmade there may be some slight variation from artisan to artisan and also some variation in the natural fiber from one harvest to another.
AFTER USE: Although the agave fibers have some natural resistance to mildew growth they are still a natural fiber and must be cared for.
- Thoroughly rinse after each use
- Wring to squeeze out any excess water and hang to dry in a well-ventilated area between uses
- The pad should be kept away from water when not in use to avoid mold/mildew growth
- To remove any skin build-up in the pad I wash my ramie pad weekly in the sink with soap and water and allow it to thoroughly dry
- The scrubber is machine washable in warm or cold water on a gentle cycle with a mild detergent
- Avoid bleach or fabric softeners they can weaken ramie fibers
- Hang pad to air dry. While the manufacturer states that the pad can be tumble-dried on the low heat setting, we have never tried this
Suggestion: Replace the natural fiber pad after 4 to 6 months of frequent use or if there are signs of mildew growth
How to Use
For first time use, soak in warm water for a few minutes to allow the fibers to soften.
After use, rinse scrubby thoroughly, squeeze out any excess water, and hang to dry.