Bamboo Toilet Paper - Box of 8
Nobody likes potty talk. But if you care about the planet: it's time we had a conversation about toilet paper. Did you know that over 27,000 trees are chopped down each day to make conventional TP? And don't get us started about the scary chemical processing. We knew there had to be a better way, so we were thrilled to find Plant Paper. They're a sustainable toilet paper alternative made from 100% organic, chemical-free bamboo. Right now, you probably have two main concerns: 1. Does it feel like sandpaper? and 2. Will it clog? The short answer is: no way! Each square is soft to the touch and dissolves just like the regular stuff.
The outer packaging is 100% recycled chipboard and can be recycled in your curbside bin.
These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.
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About the Brand
The founders of PlantPaper—Deeva Green, Lee Reitelman, and Scott Barry—created their product as a response to an industry and an hygienic practice in dire need of an update. They believe ecology is intimate, so they developed a tree-free, toxin-free toilet paper that's both safer for our bodies and the environment.Shop Brand
How to use
Flush. Enough said.
What People Are Saying
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Best wipe ever :)
I couldn't believe the quality of this product so awesome. Soft and strong at the same time
We are very happy with our new TP. The family was a little thrown off by the color at first but after learning why it is not white - they're all on board!
Excellent for body and environment.
Been using for about a year now! Love it! My picky husband even uses it with no complaints.
Bamboo toilet paper
Thi product is excellent. I was having major issues of discoomfort from my usual paper which I think was from a sensitivity to the toxins. Those problems have disappeared with this toilet paper. A box of 8 lasts somewhat longer than 2 months so the 2 month window is perfect. Now I am helping the earth as well as myself. What could be better?