The World’s Best
Bacteria Fighting Towel
Mizu Towel is the smartest, softest and most durable towel. Designed by graduates of MIT, UCLA, Cornell and from other world-renowned institutions, this self-cleaning & impurity-sensing smart textile is truly one of a kind.
7 Reasons Why Mizu Towel is So Special
1. Color Changes to Detect Impurities
Sensing areas change color after contact with oil, bacteria, residual soap, chemicals, fat and sweat to show contamination.
3. Silver Fibers Kill 99% of Bacteria
Our pure and natural silver-coated fibers are ultra-soft and are proven to eliminate 99% of bacterial growth.
5. The Delicate Power of Soft Water
Water quality is critical when crafting a towel. Hard water makes towels rough and ineffective at absorbing water. So, we use soft water from Japan’s Mount Ishizuchi and Inamura.
I'm surprised with how long these towels stay clean and fresh.
- Jennifer A.
I love how soft and fluffy my Mizu Towels are. I use them every single day.
- Vivian S.
Saying "goodbye" to my gross moldy towels now that I have Mizu towels!
- Chris K.
7. World-Class Japanese Artistry
Mizu Towels are made using the very same artisanal crafting methods native to Imabari, Japan— the haven for the world’s softest towels.
Cloths from Imabari are of such quality celebrities and royalty travel to the city from around the world to custom order personal fabrics. With Mizu, we’re bringing royalty quality at an affordable cost.
“This smart towel changes color when it detects bacteria, telling you when to throw it in the wash.”
“Both soft and bacteria-free, these towels are the perfect tool to enhance one's hygienic routine.”
“These luxurious towels are made from Xinjiang cotton and can hold up to 5x their weight in water.”
Our team is composed of MIT PhD holders, and multiple degree holders from the world’s most prestigious universities. We’ve worked with the world’s best scientists and engineers through significant trial and error to create this patented product.
Mizu’s extended family includes thought leaders from the Forbes’s premiere 30 Under 30 list, cross-disciplinary Professors as well as University Deans.