linenLinen is a thin fabric made from fibers of the flax plant.

The fabric is more absorbent than cotton and is less likely to cling to the skin, so it is used mainly for handkerchiefs or bed coverings.

One of the great properties of linen fabric is that it gets softer and smoother to your skin after each wash. Also, it tends to wrinkle easily, so it needs to be ironed before it completely dries when you wash it. Or once it gets dry completely, it may be a good idea to use a steam iron to remove wrinkles.