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Koshi was born from a trip to Asia and a beautiful friendship. Koshi is the name of an adorable orphaned elephant that the creator had the chance to approach. Aware of the need to propose alternatives to our current consumption habits, she decided to take up a challenge and create her own handkerchiefs. The name Koshi takes into account animals that suffer from the loss of their natural habitat due to excessive human expansion.
Using a fabric handkerchief does not waste the precious resource of wood. The manufacture of paper tissues comes from a heavy and polluting industry. Most disposable tissues are bleached with chlorine, which is a source of pollution but also a risk of allergen for some people.
Perfect for blowing a nose, wiping a tear, wiping away sweat and minor everyday damage. They can also be used as a napkin during a picnic. Its uses are unlimited. It's up to you to make good use of it!
Handkerchief size 27x27 cm