The most talked about towels by a long shot are from Target. The Flynn cotton and bamboo bath sheet currently has a 5-star rating and offers exceptional softness and durability.
- Made from cotton and viscose from bamboo
- Soft and absorbent
- 91cm (W) x 160cm (L)
- Machine washable, with care instructions provided on the label.
Enthrone your bathroom experience with locally grown Australian Cotton terry featuring patented Hygro technology and zero twist for unparalleled softness and absorbency. Crafted exclusively in Australia, this mid-weight collection is designed for a relaxed bathroom experience.
- Made from 100% Australian cotton terry.
- Utilises Hygro technology and zero twists for enhanced softness and absorbency.
- Mid-weight feel for a luxurious bathroom experience.
- Finished with a printed cotton branded loop label at the hem.
Super soft and plush, the Mimosa textured towel range is constructed with zero-twist combed cotton in a zigzag pattern; these towels are as absorbent as they are pretty. Available in various sizes, each towel is sold separately. Add the perfect finishing touch to your bathroom décor today.
- Towels made from cotton (600 GSM).
- Each towel is sold separately and available in different sizes.
- Super soft and plush, constructed with zero-twist combed cotton.
- The zigzag pattern adds texture and style to the towels.
Indulge in luxury with the royal splendour six-piece towel set at Canningvale for $149.99. Made from single-ply long-staple combed cotton, these towels are soft and Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certified. The set includes two bath towels, one hand towel, two face washers, and one bath mat, presented in a ribbon-tied gift pack.
- Made from 100% cotton (single-ply long-staple combed).
- Sumptuously soft and plush.
- Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certified for quality assurance.
- Includes two bath towels, one hand towel, two face washers, and one bath mat in a ribbon-tied gift pack.
Experience timeless luxury with the Egyptian bliss towel starting from $19.99 (usually $39.99) at Bed Bath N' Table. Crafted from the finest certified Egyptian cotton pile, these towels are known for their lustre, durability, absorbency, and softness. Available in various sizes and shades of blue, these towels will outlast all others in longevity and performance.
- Made from certified Egyptian cotton pile.
- Known for its lustre, durability, absorbency, and softness.
- Available in various sizes and shades of blue.
- Delicately hand-picked in Egypt and meets the high standard of Egyptian Cotton.
How do I choose high-quality towels?
Look for towels made from long-staple cotton, such as Egyptian or Turkish cotton, as they tend to be softer, more absorbent, and more durable. Egyptian cotton is known for its long fibres, which result in softness and durability, while Turkish cotton offers excellent absorbency and quick-drying properties. Bamboo and microfiber towels are also popular for their softness and eco-friendly properties.
Additionally, check the towel's weight (measured in grams per square meter or GSM) – higher GSM typically indicates better quality.
Are expensive towels worth it?
Expensive towels are often worth the investment if they are made from high-quality materials like long-staple cotton or bamboo. These towels are softer, absorbent, and longer-lasting than cheaper options. However, it's essential to consider factors like GSM, construction, and personal preference when determining value.
How often should you buy new towels?
How often you buy new towels depends on usage, laundering practices, and quality. On average, towels should be replaced every 1-3 years or when they show wear and tear, such as thinning, discolouration, or loss of absorbency. Here are five signs you need new towels.
How to wash towels so they last longer
To prolong the life of your towels, wash them in warm water with a mild detergent and avoid using fabric softeners, which can reduce absorbency. Tumble dry on a low heat setting or air dry to prevent damage to the fibres. Additionally, avoid overloading the washing machine and shake out towels before drying to fluff up the fibres. Read our tips on washing towels so they stay nice and fluffy.