|Price||Around $5 – Available on Amazon.com|
|Pros||Removes dead debris for your skin to glow|
|Cons||Not for sensitive or broken skin|
|Summary||Add a Japanese Washcloth aka Salux Washcloth to your daily self care routines and enjoying the serenity of complete relaxation.|
GLOW WITH US and a humble nylon towel
The humble nylon towel = the state of being free from tension and anxiety.
Our days are defined by the basics in life.
Every day we’re hustling to make the next one better. As creatures of habit our days are defined by the basics in life. So, isn’t it worth paying attention to the things we rely on for our daily routines? Add a Japanese Washcloth aka Salux Washcloth to your daily selfcare routines and enjoying the serenity of complete Relaxation.
“This is one thing that I will to continue using until the day I die.” After every use I feel like I have cleansed my entire body and soul.
One Christmas, I gave these out to my friends and family. My one friend Frances, called after her first use, she asked me why did I give her that scouring pad? And that her skin was red after using it. And yes, she is Black. Needless to say, I was taken aback. She went on to say that was the best bath/shower she had had in a long time, and she slept like a baby. She went on to share with me that from now anytime I was planning to give her a gift she wants a Japanese Washcloth.
Ditch Your Loofa For A Japanese /Salux Washcloth
It’s cheap (about $5), easy to use, you can actually scrub your own back. First, I wet it. Then I lather it down some bar soap on it until it’s nice and sudsy, and I rub it all over my body. The best is when you grab one end in each hand and kind of shimmy it back and forth behind you as if you’re polishing a bowling ball…the bowling ball that is your back. It feels like 16 boyfriends scratching your back at the same time. Rinse, towel dry, and you’re left with baby-ass soft skin that feels immaculate.
You have to be seriously careful how much pressure you apply because it can actually be quite painful, when you’ve finished it feels like you’ve cleansed your entire body and soul.
Japanese Washcloth aka Salux Washcloth works better than Any Body Scrub
The benefit of using a Japanese Washcloth aka Salux Washcloth.
Polishes away dull, dry skin
Revives skin in a refreshing way
3 times the size of a standard washcloth
Polish & Smooth Dull, Dry Skin in Hard-To-Reach Areas
3X the Size of a Washcloth
Polish away your dull, dry skin! This specially textured nylon cloth deep cleans & revives rough skin in a refreshing way. At 35″ x 11″, it’s almost three times the size of a standard wash cloth to quickly buff smooth even hard-to-reach areas such as your back.
*Actual product styling and colors may vary.
For the best body benefits: Wet and apply favorite soap or body wash. Massage cloth over body to clean and exfoliate. Rinse cloth and air dry.
Warning: Do not use on irritated, damaged or broken skin. If irritation develops, discontinue use immediately.
Check out The Brod Vlog on how he exfoliates using a cloth like Salux.
Japan is nation that loves to bathe
For Japanese people, there’s hardly a greater bliss than to slowly soak their body in hot water. When not at their own bathtub at home, people go to large public baths or bath houses – and, as opposed to the Western world, these places are frequented without any clothes. People bathe together completely naked. Japanese bathing culture is rooted deeply in the nation’s history and has its very own set of customs and rules.