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Flower Valley, Ayate Washcloth, 1 Washcloth

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Flower Valley, Ayate Washcloth, 1 Washcloth

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  • Expiration Date: January 2022
  • Shipping Weight:
    0.3 lbs
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  • Product Code: FLV-42443
  • UPC Code: 026603424432
  • Package Quantity: 1 Washcloth
  • Dimensions:
    1.2 x 4.6 x 7.6 in, 0.1 lbs
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Description

  • Hand-Woven in Mexico
  • Excellent Exfoliator!
  • 100% Natural Agave Fiber
  • For Beautiful Skin!

Ayate's Unique Qualities

  • Restores, stimulates skin to smooth invigorating freshness
  • Long-lasting, quick drying
  • Better than a loofa - resists mold
  • Useful in the kitchen - efficient mar-free utility cloth
  • Made from agave (century plant)
  • Hand woven
  • Imported from Mexico
  • Soaked in water, natural fibers expand; weave tightens like magic
  • HANDWASH ONLY

From An Ancient Tradition

The native term "ayate" describes loose-woven products such as nets, bags, and various cloths from the agave or century plant. As part of a living tradition that reaches back over 10,000 years, the styles and techniques for these artifacts are as old as Mesoamerican culture itself.

Cultivated in Mexico, the agave not only inspired the beginnings of agriculture, it was the well-spring of religion. The plant provided both needle and thread, fabric, furniture, baskets, mats, blankets, brushes, bridles, paper, soap, shelter, food, candy, drink and medicine. Little wonder then that the Aztecs venerated the agave and personified it as the goddess Mayahuel.

From the hands of a native people and the heart of a sacred tradition, the quality and value of the ayate has endured and will survive well into the future. Try it and you'll see.

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