The Doga Towel is Possibly the Finest Towel in the World + Giveaway

Falling for Prizes Giveaway Hop

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I don’t have time to go the spa, do you?  I could make time, I guess, but there are just more important things to do with my family and our schedules are tight.  Not to mention the cost: spas are expensive!

Since I don’t find myself at a spa very often, I do my best to create a spa-like atmosphere for myself at home.  You know, on those rare occasions when I can lock myself in the bathroom with dim lights and flickering candles, a glass of wine, some lavender in the tub, cucumbers on my eyes… sorry, I got distracted there for a second.

The Doga Towel

You know what I mean, though.  It’s important to find some peace and quiet in your home, and to have some “me time” in a relaxing and inviting atmosphere.  Part of that environment, for me, is a super nice towel.  I know that may seem trivial, but have you ever felt the bath linens at a spa?  They make me instantly feel more pampered!  Now thanks to The Doga Towel, I can bring some of that pampering home.

The Doga, described as “possibly the finest towel in the world”, really is fantastic.  The Doga is engineered in the United States, and woven with love in Turkey.  It’s made of an organic cotton and bamboo blend, and words can’t describe how soft it is.

The Doga Towel

When I opened my Doga towel package, I was skeptical.  It’s so thin and light, I was convinced it couldn’t possibly work well.  I was wrong!  It’s surprisingly absorbent and it dries very quickly.  It’s a big towel, which I love, but when it’s folded it takes up very little space, so it’s perfect for travel.  And that cotton/bamboo blend – wow!  It could not be any softer.  I really wish I could just wrap myself in this fabric all day, every day.  I want a whole Doga wardrobe.  So does my son.  When I let him try the towel, the first words out of his mouth were, “Ooh.  It’s so soft!”

Doga Towels

I have to admit the Doga towel is a luxury item, which may be off-putting at first.  But when you consider the cost of a single spa visit, the Doga is practically a bargain if you want a permanent spa-like environment at your own home.  The towel is $65.00, or 2 towels for $100.  It’s an investment, but it’s so worth it.

To learn more about the Doga experience and start creating your own at-home spa environment, have a look at  You can also find them on Facebook and Twitter.

Enter now to win a luxurious Doga towel of your very own!  Giveaway is open to US residents who are 18 and older.  Ends 9/30/15.  Good luck!

Doga Towel Giveaway

About Denise

Denise is the owner of Game On Mom, a family-friendly blog. She is the mother of a 7-year-old boy and a 8-year-old girl, she eats too much pizza, and a tangled Slinky is no match for her.



  2. I love that they also have products for travel! These towels just look so soft!
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  3. I learned that they are woven in Turkey!

  4. Richard Brandt says:

    I learned Doga Towels are woven in Turkey from an organic cotton and bamboo blend.

  5. Cindy Brooks says:

    I learned the towel is antimicrobial and won’t smell

  6. I learned that the towels are very sturdy and durable. I also learned, and love, that the reviews are all so positive. People really love these towels and I would love to give it a try too.

  7. Sandra Watts says:

    I learned that they are antimicrobial. I like that. I would love the DOGA BATHROBE.

  8. Jeanna Massman says:

    The Doga Towel has a special weave that gives it optimal drying power!

  9. Holly Thomas says:

    I learned that it is antimacrobial.

  10. Heather in VA says:

    Doga is designed to dry without the mildew smell. That is something I’m constantly battling and need to solve!

  11. I’d never heard of them before reading this. I’d like one of the robes. They are probably soft too.

  12. Julie Waldron says:

    I learned its naturally antimicrobial.

  13. The Doga doesn’t get that mildew smell because it is quick to dry and it’s bamboo, naturally antimicrobial.

  14. Julie Lundstrom says:

    I learned that they have soft comfortable robes too.

  15. I am in love with the Doga bathrobes! How cute would they be for the whole family? They even have robes for the kid Safety!

  16. Austin Baroudi says:

    I like the Doga Bathrobe.

  17. Debbie Welchert says:

    I also like the Doga Bathrobes. They look really nice.

  18. I learned that “the Doga weave was designed to not collect sand and dries twice as quick as a beach towel.”

  19. I would like to have a robe. Before this article, I had never heard of the company.

  20. Stephanie Grant says:

    I learned that the Doga is the same size as a bath towel and bathrobe, but takes up about half the space, so you can pack light knowing you have a quick-drying towel with you at all times.

  21. Nicole Sender says:

    I like the Doga Bathrobes – The Definition of Luxury!

  22. Debbi Wellenstein says:

    I like the Doga bathrobe.

  23. I learned it dries twice as fast as a beach towel does.

  24. I like that the Doga is the same size as a bath towel and bathrobe, but takes up about half the space.

  25. Tracy Robertson says:

    I learned that: “The Doga doesn’t get that mildew smell because it is quick to dry and it’s bamboo, naturally antimicrobial.”

    Definitely good to know, because I have had to throw out towels that did get that mildew smell before, it wouldn’t even wash out!

  26. I like the Doga Bathrobe
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  27. Marnie G (Derrick Todd) says:

    I learned that it is made with an organice cotton and bamboo blend and it is naturally antimicrobial.

  28. terry myers says:

    No mildew I hate the smell and I love The Doga towel is soft

  29. I learned that these are woven in Turkey.

  30. i would love the bathrobe and then they are nautueal

  31. The Doga is easy to wash, faster to dry, and naturally antimicrobial, sounds marvelous!

  32. Lorena Keech says:

    I learned they are woven in Turkey.

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  34. Laurie Emerson says:

    I learned that it is one of the easiest to wash towels and bathrobes on the market.

  35. laurie murley says:

    I would love to try the bath robe they make

  36. Leah Shumack says:

    I would love to have one of their bathrobes! Would be like when I go to a fancy hotel for the night but I’m at home!

  37. Stacey A Smith says:

    I so want there Bath Robe