The Best Fluffy Bath Towels to Recreate That Spa Feeling at Home

Now that we are on lockdown, you are probably doing your best to focus on life's little pleasures - like lighting a scented candle while working from home, or taking a long, relaxing bath on the weekend. But once you've finished soaking, having to get out of the tub and wrap yourself up in a shabby, threadbare towel is a surefire way to spoil the moment. If yours are looking worse for wear, we would recommend investing in a set of fluffy new cotton ones to wrap yourself in once you are done. Whether you like a classic all-white look (so you can pretend you are on holiday in some swanky hotel), prefer to go for Egyptian cotton, or want to accessorise your bathroom with a more colourful patterned set, we've rounded up our favourite bath towels you can buy in 2020.

These are probably the fluffiest, cosiest towels we've ever tried. We were seriously impressed with the quality and the ribbed design looks really stylish, too.

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There are no bundles available to buy, but this just means you can create a coordinated scheme comprised of exactly what you would like to stock up on (not everyone needs flannels, for example, and all the colours on offer tone well together). Best of all, they are are currently on sale - stock up now and treat yourself to a relaxing spa-like bath experience this weekend. If your tastes run a little more maximalist, have a look at Made's towel collection. It's colourful without being childish and each pattern comes in three sizes, so you can create a full scheme. We found it tricky to narrow down a favourite pattern - as well as these grey and mustard stripes, we liked this blue spotty set and this paprika option. Saying that, there are plenty of stylish solid colours to covet too - we love these muted dark green ones, especially. Bundles available: Yes.

Depending on the design, Made offers some sets of four and some sets of two. Towel size: Bath sheet, bath towel, hand towel

For bold and beautiful tones, John Lewis's range has the edge - and it also offers a guest towel, which not all the brands on this list does. Forget boring white (although this is, of course, available) you can choose from plenty of vibrant hues here, including this hibiscus pink, mustard yellow, violet and cayenne orange. Bundles available: No, you must stock up separately

Towel size: Bath sheet, bath towel, guest towel, hand towel When it comes to recreating a spa-like experience in at home, The White Company is our go-to. Along with its luxurious bath oils and beautifully-scented diffusers, the brand also has a range of high-quality towels in a range of sophisticated neutral shades to pull together a properly relaxing scheme.

Unlike any of the others featured here, TWC offers a jumbo-sized towel that's even bigger than a bath sheet - you will never want to get dressed after wrapping yourself up in it. Bundles available: No, you must stock up separately

Towel size: Super jumbo, bath sheet, bath towel, hand towel, face cloth This is Hampton & Astley's signature towel bundle and it's not hard to see why. When we tried this set, we found them to be lightweight (and therefore quick to dry) without losing absorbency or scrimping on softness. As a bonus, if you have not ordered from here before, you can get a 50% discount on your first order, bringing the price for seven towels to just under 33! We tried the pink option, but there are plenty of other colours to choose from (including this lovely caramel tone) as well. Bundles available: Yes, a set of seven

Towel sizes included: A bath sheet, a bath towel, two hand towels and two face cloths As you would expect, Anthropologie's towel range is gorgeous - and surprisingly affordable.

These soothing soft green patterned numbers are available in bath towel and hand towel sizes, but if you want something a little more vibrant, we would recommend the Kesh towels or the Casablanca range. If you want to wrap yourself up in something really heavy and plush, try these 750GSM towels. They are made from soft and fluffy long-staple cotton that will wear well and retain its colour properly. Choose from single towels or sets, but be quick, as there's currently a sale on, so grab a bargain while you can.

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Now that we have all been paying more attention to things like germs and handwashing, you may have wondered how often should you change your towels-and whether it's sanitary to use that same piece of cloth day after day after day. It's understandable if you assume that your towel is perfectly clean when you use it to dry your freshly washed hands or your body when you are just out of the shower. After all, you are using fabric that's theoretically only really touched your just-cleaned body. But our skin is never exactly void of microorganisms-and these can end up on your towels. That said, does that actually matter when it comes to your cleanliness and health? If you can not remember the last time you changed your hand or bath towel (and are wondering whether that's actually a problem), we asked a microbiologist and dermatologist for their input.Read on for their takes on how often should you change your towels. First, let's look at what could be on your towels. Everyone has bacteria, viruses, and fungi living on the surface of their skin, which may sound a little alarming, but is generally not a big deal and is entirely normal. In fact, these microorganisms make up your skin's microbiome, which helps protect you against pathogens, so you can actually feel pretty good about having them. Each time you dry off with a towel, you transfer these microbes onto the material, along with moisture from the water on your skin and your dead skin cells, says Scott Meschke, Ph.D., an environmental and occupational health microbiologist and professor and associate chair at the University of Washington. Your skin cells and moisture are basically food for microbes and allow them to multiply.Whereas your skin produces acids that prevent microbes from growing more than they should, your towels are not as lucky. So if your towels stay damp and contain your skin cells, then these microbes can colonize, according to Dr. Meschke. If you share your bath towel with a partner, then your towel will contain even more moisture and skin particles, meaning you will potentially have more bacteria, virus, and fungi growth. This is especially true with hand towels if you live with multiple people or frequently have guests over and you all use the same towel to dry your hands. And since most of your towels probably hang in your bathroom, exposure to shower steam can keep your towels damp for longer.So, what does all of this mean for your health?Even if you use your towel for weeks and the material is crawling with bacteria, viruses, and fungi, you probably wo not experience any negative effects health-wise. That said, anyone who reuses their towels could possibly get folliculitis, which looks similar to acne, says Amy Kassouf, M.D., a board-certified dermatologist at Cleveland Clinic. This condition occurs when you develop a bacterial infection in a hair follicle, according to the Mayo Clinic. So, in this case, reusing your towel that has bacteria on it could potentially spread that same bacteria around your body and infect one of your hair follicles. Although anyone can get folliculitis, people with acne are more susceptible to the condition. (Wearing tight clothing, shaving, and waxing can also injure your hair follicles and cause folliculitis.) The condition is completely treatable with medications like antibiotics, according to the Mayo Clinic.And again, folliculitis is just a possibility from reusing towels, not a guarantee. People who have a skin condition like eczema and frequently reuse towels are potentially more at risk of developing an infection from something like Staphylococcus aureus, or staph, a bacteria that often lives on people's skin, says Dr. Kassouf. As we previously mentioned, your skin's microbiome protects against pathogens. But if you have eczema, for example, a skin condition where the outer layer of your skin is prone to dryness and cracks, then harmful pathogens can potentially enter your body more easily, according to the Mayo Clinic. In the case of using dirty towels when you have any openings like this in your skin, you could theoretically develop something like a staph infection.Survey: How often do you wash your bath towels?i use a different clean towel about once a week. its only being used to wipe clean water off my clean body so it doesnt get that bad, but after being damp so frequently after a while it starts to get kind of gross
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