Crochet washcloth and loofa set on Etsy, $10.00

Ladies: Shower And Bathe But Give Up Washcloth And Loofah We're having a hard time trying to prove this to our female readers out there, but here we go again:

100% Natural Loofah Soap Saver Bag, Duo Set By Juicy Skin Care - No Soap in the Loofah bag.

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  • TAG : washcloth or scrubby at all in the shower," says Krant.
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  • After so many years of using washcloths and loofahs I haven’t totally abandoned them, but it is not unusual for me to choose to wash without one on any given day. If you still aren’t convinced that washing without the use of a washcloth, loofah or anything else of that nature, here are some things to keep in mind:

    Out of fear of someone’s germs getting into my washcloth, I always made sure mine was unique in pattern so no one would ever have to mistake theirs for mine. I even made it a habit to put mine in a more secluded part of the bathroom and change it out frequently. None of these things, unfortunately, ever worked in my favor before I lived on my own. I transitioned from washcloths to loofahs as a teen, but still I was very suspicious of not only who could have mistaken (or purposely) used my washing device, but also what could be living in it.

  • There has always been something about washcloths and loofahs that has kicked my undiagnosed germaphobia into overdrive. It never mattered what family member’s household that I bathed in, the one thing that stayed the same was washcloths and loofahs scattered throughout the bathroom. Some were stiff as cardboard, and others that, according to the smell, probably should have been thrown into the washer at least a few weeks ago.

    There has always been something about washcloths and loofahs that has kicked my undiagnosed germaphobia into overdrive. It never mattered what family member’s household that I bathed in, the one thing that stayed the same was washcloths and loofahs scattered throughout the bathroom. Some were stiff as cardboard, and others that, according to the smell, probably should have been thrown into the washer at least a few weeks ago.

  • There has always been something about washcloths and loofahs that has kicked my undiagnosed germaphobia into overdrive. It never mattered what family member’s household that I bathed in, the one thing that stayed the same was washcloths and loofahs scattered throughout the bathroom. Some were stiff as cardboard, and others that, according to the smell, probably should have been thrown into the washer at least a few weeks ago.

Ravelry: Loofah or Washcloth pattern by Jen Kobrick

Nia,
I'm an avid loofa user but the debate for me was never between washcloth or loofa, it was always bar soap versus liquid soap. I hate that bar soap has the inability to foam and prefer all the great scents that come in liquid soaps. After reading your post and doing some , I discovered that there is in fact no difference between using a loofa and a washcloth, OR between using bar soap and liquid soap. The only difference is how it makes the user feel!