Ramie one of the oldest fiber crops, having been used for at least 6,000 years. Native to China, ramie is a linen-like fibre made from nettles and which is classified as a cellulose fiber. It does not require pesticides or herbicides to grow and it can be harvested up to 6 times in a good year.


This wonderful fibre is also naturally resistant to bacteria, mold, and mildew, extremely absorbent and it's fibre is lustrous, looks like silk and sometimes mistaken for linen. All this makes it an ideal fabric for use as a body scrunchie.


Ramie Body Scrunchie


    Rinse in warm water and rub over soap to create a lather. Gently massage over the body to clean the skin, then rinse.

    After use, hang up to dry.