Doctor Towels



From the early March of 2020, we have all been trying our best to stay safe from COVID-19. We have started taking healthcare and hygiene much more seriously. From sanitizing our hands almost every hour to sanitizing our workplace every day, we have taken our hygiene seriously. All for the right reasons too. A global pandemic is not something to be taken lightly.

With that said, what changes have we made in the regular things that we used to do before the pandemic? Let’s take showers, for example. It is true that we are taking more showers than average, but are we really doing it right? We focus on the cleanliness while showering but give little thought to what we do afterward. Yes, the process in question is the use of bath towels.

For something that we use day-to-day, we give very little importance to the quality and cleanliness of our bath towels. Most people don’t even bother to check if they are using cotton towels or towels of any other fiber.

Using a dirty towel after a shower is similar to wearing sweaty clothes after bathing. So what are things we must do to make our shower routine truly hygienic? Let’s take a look.

How to choose? 

 When buying a new towel, no matter if it’s a cotton towel or of different fiber, always weigh the pros and cons. As we have already established the importance of towels, we now realize how crucial of a choice this really is. Ask yourself questions. Is the length good enough? Does the fabric have any benefits? How long can the towel withstand based on your usage? Will it be safe on your skin? Is it an antimicrobial towel? And choose suitably.

When to wash?

The golden rule is to wash the towel at least once a week. There are a few who recommend twice a week too. If you want to be on the safe side, it is highly recommended to wash the towels after every three uses. This ensures that the towels always remain hygienic and free of germs.

How to use it?

Keep in mind that towels come in contact with moisture and dirt every day. It is best to use them only after you have dried them thoroughly. The amount of time taken for towels to dry depends on their fibers. A cotton towel takes a different amount of time to dry when compared with a bamboo fiber towel. This ensures that the bacterial growth remains at a minimum.

Is sharing a towel bad?

Obviously, at a time when holding the same doorknob that other people use is scary, sharing a towel is not preferred. Keep in mind, germs and bacterias transmit faster with contact. It is always advisable to use your own towel. 

Benefits of a double-sided towel

Your face is much gentler compared to the rest of your body. For optimum skincare, you should always use a different side for your body & skin. This allows your face to stay protected from acne, allergies, etc. 

A final tip before you shop

Now that you have realized how crucial bath towels can be for your skincare, you might be looking for a healthier choice. If you are looking for comfort, go for plush towels such as Terry towels. They are more absorbent and soft on the skin. Keep in mind to check if it is also an antimicrobial towel. Such towels are comfortable for all skin types and even provide gentle care for baby skin.

Always remember, if the towel starts smelling moldy or musky, it’s best to buy a new one.

Keep in mind, unchecked and wrong use of towels can cause / increase acne, skin irritation, and more serious infections. You must always be careful about which sides you choose for your face and body. It is all the more beneficial if you are using antimicrobial towels.

Luckily, Doctor Towels comes with all these benefits to keep your skin safe and glowing.

Now that you know the importance of choosing the right towel for proper skincare, the next time you are looking for a towel to purchase, visit to know how much our towels offer, because your skin deserves the best care there is. 

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