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Sunlighten offers new line of Bamboo Carbon Sauna Towels
Dec '11
Sunlighten, the world leader in production and distribution of infrared saunas, is launching a line of Bamboo Carbon Sauna Towels that are uniquely anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and made without the use of harmful dyes or bleaches.

The Sunlighten Bamboo Carbon Towels are made from selected bamboo shoots which are air-dried and charred at 800ºC. The charred bamboo material is ground into fine nano particles and added into extruded synthetic fibers to create the towel fabric.

Unlike cotton, hemp, wool or all-synthetic towels, the fiber structure of the Sunlighten Bamboo Carbon Towels is more breathable and thermal-regulating. The Bamboo Carbon Towels are highly absorbent, water wicking and non-irritating, even to sensitive skin.

“We are very excited to announce our new line of Bamboo Carbon Towels,” commented Aaron Zack, Sunlighten CEO. “As a naturally anti-bacterial product made from a sustainable resource, the towels integrate well with our line of natural sauna products."

"Additionally, the smooth, round structure of the bamboo fibers make the towels amazingly soft. The towels are great for use with your sauna, as well as your bath.”

The Sunlighten Bamboo Carbon Towels are highly absorbent for water and sweat; naturally anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and deodorizing; emit 91% of infrared rays for full exposure; and block up to 98% of UV rays when used in natural sunlight. Bamboo Carbon Towels from Sunlighten are natural gray in color – never dyed or bleached – maintaining the natural properties of the fiber.

The new Sunlighten Bamboo Carbon towels will be available for purchase in January through the Sunlighten's website and from Sunlighten distributors worldwide.

Founded in 1999, Sunlighten offers innovative wellness products that strengthen individuals' health and vitality through sauna technology. The Sunlighten line of infrared saunas helps detoxify the body, provide pain relief, reduce blood pressure and have been clinically shown to assist in weight loss.


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