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Merhaba! this is Ola and Reha. Welcome to our Turquoise Island, a place where sophisticated style is interwoven with high quality hand-decorated Turkish towels. We are here to share our passion for Turkish culture, products, and traditions, thanks to which we know that our towels are durable, unique, decorative and beautiful, but above all skin-friendly.We found the best producers of premium cotton towels to share with everyone who appreciates the great quality, style, comfort and durability natural materials. We ensure that our towels are made of Turkish cotton, in Turkey.We want you to feel carefree and pleasant like on a turquoise island using our peshtemal towels. Moreover, the interior of your bathroom will feel like a Turkish hammam, which is the...

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What you need to know about Peshtemal/Fouta Towels?

* Peshtemal or Peshtamal is a traditional Turkish towel used in Turkish baths. It is also used to specify which region people are from and is a part of a deep cultural tradition. There are many kinds of peshtemal with different styles and colors.* Peshtemal fabric is usually made of 100% cotton produced in hand-woven looms and semi-automatic looms in Turkey. There are some versions of peshtemal towels made out of silk, modal, linen fibers. Some of the Features of Peshtemals: – High water absorption, (absorbs as fast as a terry towel, and dries faster than terry towel),– Space saver (takes up less space than a conventional towel),– Lightweight– Get softer and more luscious the more you wash and use,–...

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Some facts about Turkish towels

  1- Towels were first invented in Bursa, Turkey, back in the 17th century. They were used in Turkish baths due to their high-absorbent ability and full length, making them easy to wrap around the body quickly. Made with finely loomed Turkish cotton or linen, Turkish towels are among the most famous brands of towels, for generations. 2- Weavers invented different techniques for Peshtemal towels and the towels known as 'havly' at the beginning are now known as 'havlu', which is the Turkish word for towels. These towels were handwoven, which limited their manufacturing to 3 or 4 towels a day. 3- Turkey is known for producing some of the highest quality cotton products in the world and the towels...

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