These Ayate cloths are manufactured in Mexico in a village populated by the Otomi, an indigenous Mexican people. They are handwoven from the fibers of the sustainably harvested Agave plant. The cloth enterprise helps not only pay the workers wages but also assists in developing community programs.
The cloth shrinks with contact in water and wears smooth as you use it.
Sustainably harvested Agave plant.
Washcloth comes with twine and no other packaging.
We receive this product from Vermont Soap in eco-friendly packaging.
Since 1992 Vermont Soap recognizes that human beings are now at a critical juncture in relation to our planet and that viable alternatives must be created to lead us into a sustainable future.
Vermont Soap was created to manufacture and market high quality, unique and natural personal care products of usefulness and value; and to be an example of how corporations can be a tool for positive social change.
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