Kinza review featured image

Happiness is receding across the world. But it doesn’t take much to purge the stress out of our bodies after a long day at work. A relaxing bath with bath bombs, a nice bottle of supermarket wine, and a soft lo-fi playlist humming in the background. Your shoulders relax, your breathing steadies, your head clears. For a moment, you’ve found refuge. But it only lasts so long, at least until your cheap bath towel scratches you back into reality.

Kinza is the world’s first spa luxury brand that uses moso bamboo to create comfortable and water-absorbent towels.

World’s 1st spa luxury towel 

Kinza towels are made of moso bamboo, a type of bamboo native to Asian countries.

Luxury towels are typically weaved with Egyptian cotton, Turkish cotton or microfiber, which sounds softer than bamboo towels. But hear me out…

As counterintuitive as it sounds, bamboo fibres are actually silky soft. A survey conducted by Kinza reveals that their towels, compared to towels made of Egyptian and Turkish cotton, were considered most comfortable.

While I wasn’t able to compare them to other luxury brands, they were definitely softer than the ones that I’ve been using.

Upland cotton are generally used in most generic towel brand. But it’s short-staple fibers mean that it’s not the softest and most absorbent. In fact, it is the same type of fiber used in denim and flannel, which indicates just how comfortable they are.

Kinza’s Towel Sets are nicely packaged in a gift box

Bamboos are also naturally antibacterial so you don’t have to worry about odour. In fact, Kinza’s towels, which are organically made, are Oeko© Tex-certified. It is one of the world’s best-known labels for textiles tested for harmful substance.

Kinza products

Kinza’s towels come in two colors, Onyx and Snow.

The Towel Set includes one bath towel, one hand towel and one face towel for $150 ($75 as of 30/03/2022).

Save money by purchasing them in sets of two or more.

Individual towels are also available at the following prices: Bath Towel ($70), Hand Towel ($45) and Face Towel ($35).

*This article is written in collaboration with Kinza, but all opinions are my own

About Author