Soft and fluffy bath mats have always been an anomaly to me. Sure, they’re nice to step on with dry feet, but the minute they get wet, they turn into super gross, matted creatures that can grow mold, mildew, and bacteria. Plus, instead of drying my feet, they just leave them damp, and the bath mat itself takes up to a day (or longer) to fully dry. Once my newest bath mat transformed into what I can only describe as Oscar the Grouch’s fur in under two weeks, I turned to Amazon for a solution. That’s when I came across this ultra sleek and absorbent bath mat, and I’ve never looked at another one since. The Marbrasse Bath Mat ($30; amazon.com) is made from diatomite, which is a naturally occurring sedimentary rock that’s great at absorbing odors and moisture thanks to how porous it is. (You’ve probably seen it at the bottom of freshwater lakes.) The mat is chemical free, anti-slip, and easy to clean by just wiping down. While the mat is hard, don’t let that turn you away: It’s actually extremely comfortable. The texture of it is not harsh or rough at all—it’s just a super smooth surface, and it almost feels slightly cushioned when you step on it. The best part? It literally dries w...