NZ Wool Facecloth
Handcrafted 100% organic wool face cloth - all natural, biodegradable and home compostable.
This is no ordinary face cloth. Made from unique Aotearoa New Zealand wool, the special formula turns unabsorbent pure wool into a soft blend for your skin.
Wool is composed of the same protein that makes up the outer protective layer of your skin and works in total harmony with your body's own protection mechanisms. Over it’s lifetime, a sheep’s fleece will absorb approximately 30kg of carbon dioxide.
Remove makeup, dirt, oil, sunscreen and dead skin cells to reveal a beautifully clean complexion. This reusable face cloth is made from ultra soft, 100% Organic New Zealand Wool. There is nothing else like it on the market. Natural, organic and ethical.
This face cloth can be washed and reused hundreds of times, saving you money and reducing landfill waste. Compostable at home or with a kerbside compost collection - or simply pop in your garden to return it to the earth. The packaging is plastic-free and can be recycled.
This chemical-free, reusable face cloth is gentle on all skin types (even sensitive skin and delicate eye areas) and is great for acne! Gentle and soft enough to even use on children and pets.
Versatile & Travel Friendly:
Lightweight and convenient, you can tuck one into your travel bag, gym bag or luggage for an effective yet gentle body scrub, makeup remover and all round clean skin on the go. As it's made from 100% wool it washes and dries quickly - perfect for travel and makes the perfect gift for makeup lovers and eco-friendly enthusiasts!
22 cm x 22 cm
Hand wash or machine wash on a gentle wool cycle with a mild soap. Lay out flat to reshape and dry. Tug back into the right size/shape if required. (note that due to the nature of the felted fabric some shrinkage may occur).
Made right here in Aotearoa New Zealand. We invite you to not just buy something good, but to do something good. Consumerism is faceless. But a NIL product is real, personal investment in transforming lives. Read more about the nil brand and their home workforce here.