10 best hemp towels in the world right now!

10 best hemp towels in the world right now!
10 best hemp towels in the world right now!

Are you looking to make the switch to a more sustainable and environmentally-friendly towel? Whether you’re in the market for a bath towel or an eco-friendly paper-towel alternative, we’ve got you covered! Many of the towels on this list are made with a blend of organic cotton and hemp, but all of them are all-natural and organic! 

 

Pureville Organic Hemp Towels - $16.99

  • Unbelievably soft
  • All-natural and organic
  • Absorbent
  • Dye- and chemical-free!

 

This soft and comfy towel is hypoallergenic and chemical- and dye-free! These hemp bath towels are made of organic and natural hemp; they’re soft, absorbent, and honestly, our absolute favorite towels. A word to the wise, it’ll take a few washes before the linting will stabilize and drying them in a dryer will only make it worse. Also, do not use fabric softener when washing these towels.

 

Hemp Bath and Beach Towel - $36.80

 
  • Soft
  • Blend of organic hemp and cotton
  • Affordable
  • Super absorbent and dries quickly


This soft towel is an awesome blend of 55% all-natural hemp and 45% organic cotton. These towels are very absorbent and they dry much faster than bamboo or cotton. Hemp is a natural deodorizer and it’s naturally resistant to mildew and molds! Talk about the perfect towel!

 

Loft by Loftex Hempstead Towel Set (6 pc) - $43.11

 
  • Soft
  • Absorbent
  • Sustainably sourced
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Come in a variety of beautiful colors


These lovely and soft bathroom towels are made up of 60% Cotton, 20% Recycled Polyester, 20% Hemp. They are sustainably made and sourced and environmentally friendly. It’s recommended to not wash them with fabric softeners, as that can ruin the absorbancy, but drying at a low heat is still fine.

 

All Cotton and Linen Hemp Tea Towels - $12.99

 
  • Affordable
  • A great alternative to paper towels and napkins
  • Soft
  • Easily washable
  • All-natural


This set of 3 hemp towels is the perfect organic and sustainable paper towel alternative for your home! These are reasonably priced hemp towels, wholesale prices don’t even get better. They’re easy to use, soft, reusable, easy to wash, and the perfect sustainable and environmentally-friendly alternative for single-use paper products in your kitchen. Give them a shot; we know you’ll love them and at that price, you have nothing to lose!

 

Every Day Willow Organic Hemp Forever Cloth - $7.45

 
  • Sustainable alternative
  • Cheaper than paper towels that waste more
  • Affordable beyond belief
  • Infinitely reusable


Speaking of organic, sustainable alternatives, the Every Day Willow Forever Cloth is the best towel to replace all your paper products. It works well on everything, is made of sturdy and long-lasting hemp, and is sure to last you for years to come. The best part? It’s ridiculously affordable! We recommend buying 5 of these and never using paper towels again!

 

Hemptopia Organic Hemp Bath Towel - $37.99

 
  • Great texture
  • Durable combination of organic cotton and hemp
  • Works great as a bath or beach hemp towel


This hemp towel is made up of a winning combo of 55% hemp / 45% organic cotton terry cloth. It’s soft and light while being extremely durable and absorbent. Hemp absorbs better than cotton and bamboo, plus is very sustainable and affordable. You’ll love these organic cotton and hemp towels, we’re sure of it!

 

Carding Mill 100% Hemp Knit Bath Towel - $49

 
  • Knit texture
  • 100% natural hemp
  • Quality bath towels


This 100% hemp towel is unbleached, dye- and chemical-free, and all-natural. It’s sustainably made and sourced, making it the perfect edition to your green home. The knit texture is soft with just enough of a scrub to help better absorb liquids.

 

EcoPeaceful Reusable Hemp Cheesecloth - $11.99

 
  • Quality product
  • Organic cotton and hemp blend
  • Long-lasting


Cheesecloths have a million great uses! One of our favorites is how easily it can be an alternative for paper towels; you can use it to cover dishes, wipe your hands, or cleans spills with ease. This reusable cheesecloth is made with a winning combination of organic cotton and hemp. You can use it as a hemp washcloth, wholesale price, or as a convenient and affordable alternative to disposable paper towels.

 

Tuscana Rusticana Organic Hemp Terry Towel - $39

 
  • Sustainable
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Soft and warm
  • Highly absorbent
  • affordable


This terry bath towel is made with 100% hemp of the highest quality. This towel is super cozy when you first get out of the tub or shower. Plus, it’s more absorbent and more sustainable than organic cotton or bamboo towels. You’ll love the terry cloth-like feel of this towel. It is also unbleached and dye-, chemical-, and acid-free! 

 

Large Natural Exfoliating Hemp Back Scrubber (2 pc) - $9.99

 
  • Naturally exfoliating
  • Great deal! (you get 2!)
  • Long-lasting
  • Sustainably sourced


So, we know this isn’t technically a hemp towel, but it’s so awesome we couldn’t live with ourselves if we left it out! This naturally exfoliating hemp back scrubber is the perfect companion to your relaxing shower or bath. Unlike the organic cotton scrubbers, these are highly absorbent, long-lasting, and sustainably sourced! Hemp is a natural exfoliant and the texture of this cloth helps to exfoliate even further. It’s also one of the highest rating items on Amazon right now, so you know it’s got to be good! 

 

Conclusion

No matter your reason for getting new towels, hemp is definitely the way to go. Not only are these more sustainable and cheaper, but they’re also longer lasting and even more absorbent than cotton. You really can’t go wrong with one of these great towels, but don’t take my word for it: try them for yourself!

 

Author bio:
Megan Medeiros is a freelance writer and editor in Harrisonburg, Va. She’s the owner and operator of Medeiros Writing, providing freelance writing, editing, and social media management services. She’s been working as a cannabis writer since 2017, mostly following the legal climate of marijuana, especially in areas like California, Colorado, Oregon, and Canada and reviewing CBD products and vapes. She has a bachelor’s degree in English and is a second year Master’s candidate at JMU.