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Goshi's exfoliating shower towel will make you throw away all your loofahs

January 14, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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The Goshi Exfoliating Shower Towel is here to revolutionize your shower experience for just $15 a pop at Amazon. The towel boasts an exfoliating weave that claims to leave you feeling cleaner and more refreshed every time you step out of the shower.

The Goshi Exfoliating Shower Towel is here to revolutionize your shower experience for just $15 a pop at Amazon.

The towel boasts an exfoliating weave that claims to leave you feeling cleaner and more refreshed every time you step out of the shower.

Intrigued by the idea of adding a spa-like experience to my grooming routing, I threw out my loofah and got my own Goshi shower towel to try out — and it lived up to the hype.

The Goshi Exfoliating Shower Towel is made in Gunma, Japan, a prefecture that has a storied history as one of the world’s hubs for manufacturing high-quality textiles, especially silk.

Goshi has enlisted some of Japan’s finest textile mills in this area to create its exfoliating wonder towel.

Crafted with a subtle and contrasting weave, the towel is able to lather, exfoliate and scrub you clean, making a regular shower more luxurious.

Using the towel in the shower is as easy as using any washcloth.

The packaging says to avoid using the towel on your face or other sensitive areas due to its rough texture, and I’d echo that sentiment.

However, it is gentle enough to use every day, and after a handful of showers I got used to the feel of the towel.

These towels are meant to last at least three to six months, depending on how often you clean it and how hard you scrub, though Goshi’s website claims they can last up to a year (you should probably replace it before then anyway).

I was amazed at how much better a shower can feel after using the Goshi Exfoliating Shower Towel.

For just $15 at Amazon, this little towel will completely change the way you look at showers.

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