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Allo Nettle Washcloth

Massage gently and exfoliate with the all-natural Allo Nettle Washcloth. Removes dead skin cells, leaving skin feeling soft, rejuvenated, and radiant. Crocheted out of a fast-growing herb called allo or Himalayan nettle by artisans with Sana Hastakala, which means "small handicraft" in Nepali.

HANDCRAFTED IN NEPAL

  • Materials: Himalayan nettle, also called allo
  • Care: Rinse after use. Drip dry.
  • Notes: Due to its handmade nature, size and weave may vary.
  • Measures: 9.75"SQ
  • Includes: Short loop for hanging.
  • Handcrafted in Nepal

SKU: 5911140

THE MAKERS

Sana Hastakala, which means "small handicraft" in Nepali, is a nongovernmental, nonprofit export organization based in Kathmandu. Sana Hastakala works to preserve the rich artistic skill and traditions of Nepali artisans, and provides additional training and marketing assistance to artisans. Eighty percent of the artisans are women; most artisans are uneducated. Sana Hastakala strives to increase its export sales so that additional disadvantaged artisans can improve their economic and social conditions. Profit from sales is used for producer development programs, staff welfare and organizational strengthening.Sana Hastakala was established in 1989 as a retail shop to help market the handicrafts of producers, mainly women operating on a small scale, usually from their homes. Ten Thousand Villages has purchased products from Sana Hastakala since 2001.
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Welcome to our global maker-to-market movement where, together with 20,000 artisans, we ignite social change. We create opportunities for individuals, families, and communities in developing countries to thrive through strong relationships, fair wages, safe working conditions, and sustainable practices.

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