Immerse yourself at home in the centuries-old Turkish hammam tradition of total body renewal, with our deep body exfoliating keses. Just add water for the best exfoliation.

Woman with glowing skin in a bathing suit and Turkish Peshtemal towel sitting in Pamukkale

Reveal your body's natural suppleness and glow

  • exfoliate away dead skin, dirt, and dust, for smooth, soft, brighter and firmer skin
  • prevent ingrown hairs and body acne
  • remove self-tanner
  • help body care products like lotion and oils go deeper
  • help circulate lymph and blood flow
  • improve cellulite appearance
  • gives an excellent self-massage
Arms being exfoliated with a SENDE body exfoliating kese or kessa mitt

Effective for your skin type

Visible exfoliation without abrasive skin-damaging effects. We also offer keses for different skin types to support your needs, whether you have normal, bumpy, or sensitive skin.

Three SENDE body exfoliating kese mitts with elastic

Crafted with quality

Each kese is woven from silky biodegradable FSC-certified forestry-derived viscose, into a special weave that is effective yet non-scratchy for your comfort.

Each kese is woven and hand-crafted by artisans in Türkiye where hammam culture has been around for centuries.

We've tried and tested body exfoliators from across the globe and are confident to say that our keses are top-tier deep exfoliating body products that are safe for your body.

on your mind

Common kese questions

Can I use this on my face?

We highly recommend not using this on your face as the skin on your face is much more delicate than the rest of your body. Our keses are specifically designed to help with body exfoliation. If you are interested in us making a face appropriate exfoliator let us know (we'll seriously consider this)!

Can I use this everyday?

Just like your face, you don't want to be exfoliating daily as it may compromise your skin barrier. Keses should be used every 7-10 days for your skin feel it's best.

How do I use a kese?

To use your kese all you need is a hot shower or bath.

It takes a few minutes for your skin to soften; so if you're in a bath just relax, and if you're in the shower do your hair products first. Once your skin is softened put on your kese (or hold it if it is the back kese), and stroke your skin in long firm strokes. If you're using a body kese, outstretch your fingers and use the kese with your whole palm. Flat, firm, and long strokes, and don't overdo it!

Every body is different so you might see large rolls of dead skin, or you might have a milky consistency of dead skin roll off.

Once you're done, rinse and hang your kese, and soap your body as you normally would.

Trust the process, and be sure to moisturize your skin and hydrate with a glass of water after your bath or shower.

How do I wash my kese?

Simply rinse your kese after use and hang it in the shower. don't forget to flip it inside out to get out all the dirt.

You can put it inside out in a delicates bag and wash it in the machine every few months, but make sure there are no bleach or harsh chemicals that may damage the kese's texture.