Bamboo Paper and Wipes Range


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If you love our bamboo paper range as much as we do, here's something sweet for you. Our subscribe and save feature allows you to subscribe to our product and enjoy continuous delivery at an interval of every one, two, or three months. Allowing you to save 25% with the subscription program, you can save some major $$ and still manage to make greener choices every time.

That being said, here's everything you need to know about our bamboo paper range and why you need to choose bamboo over paper today!

Bamboo over Paper: Why Switch?

Unlike other single-use materials like plastic or paper, bamboo is a far more sustainable alternative. In fact, it is the fastest-growing plant in our ecosystem and is not even a tree. Read below to explore some interesting facts you need to know about bamboo.

Bamboo is a grass.

Above all, we must recognize bamboo's distinct botanical qualities. Bamboo belongs to the Poaceae grass family and is one of the fastest-growing plants on the planet. The rhizome-dependent system is responsible for the amazing growth rate, allowing certain species to sprout up to 91 cm (35 inches) in a single day!

There are 1500 distinct varieties of bamboo.

Contrary to popular belief, there are over 1,500 unique types of bamboo, not simply one species. These plants grow all across the planet, from the temperate highlands of South America to the tropical rainforests of Southeast Asia.

It is a sustainable resource.

Bamboo is lauded for its environmental benefits. Bamboo regenerates from its roots; therefore, harvesting it does not damage the plant like traditional timber does. Furthermore, it matures in three to five years, which is far less than the decades required by other hardwoods. This makes it a suitable alternative for a range of applications.

It has excellent durability and strength.

Bamboo is a good building material since its tensile strength is comparable to steel's. Bamboo's flexibility adds another layer of resilience, allowing it to withstand high winds and earthquakes. Bamboo has been used for decades in several Asian countries to construct scaffolding, buildings, and bridges.

It has several uses.

Bamboo has a wide range of applications besides construction. Its versatility extends to textiles, paper, floors, and furniture. Bamboo is an excellent raw material for textile production because it includes cellulose fibers, which create breathable, long-lasting fabrics with intrinsic antibacterial properties.

It helps to save Pandas.

Pandas consume bamboo, despite the fact that most people associate it with construction and manufacture. This species stresses the nutritional value of bamboo by frequently ingesting huge amounts of it. Pandas rely on bamboo leaves and shoots for critical nutrients, allowing them to thrive in the wild.

It is a carbon-sequestration powerhouse.

Bamboo is a valuable resource in the fight against climate change. Because of its rapid growth, it absorbs carbon dioxide more quickly than many other trees. As a result, bamboo forests serve as effective carbon sinks, mitigating the detrimental consequences of deforestation and greenhouse gas emissions.

It contains medicinal qualities.

Many traditional medical systems worldwide have recognized bamboo's medicinal properties. Bamboo shoots are used in Chinese medicine to alleviate symptoms like fever and convulsions because they are believed to have cooling effects. Furthermore, bamboo extracts have been explored for potential use in modern medicine.

It also possesses musical characteristics.

Bamboo also has musical uses. Some bamboo species, such as the Indian bansuri and the Indonesian angklung, are used to create musical instruments. Bamboo's hollow tubes generate different pitches and tones, contributing to the rich cultural heritage of music across the world.

Bamboo's current applications.

Bamboo is a popular choice for basic home necessities such as napkins and toilet paper, as well as a strong construction material. These goods are made from bamboo pulp and have a high absorbency, tear-resistant design, and great durability.

What To Subscribe & Save?

Below is a small brief on our entire personal hygiene collection, made out of bamboo paper collection.

Bamboo Toilet Paper

 Are you looking for a bathroom experience that is both environmentally friendly and chemical-free? EcoSoul embraces guilt-free convenience. And, with our comprehensive tree-free and environmentally friendly selection, you can quickly begin making sustainable choices right at home. That being said, if you want the best bamboo toilet paper, you've come to the correct spot. Our bamboo toilet paper is plant-based, FSC-certified for sustainable source material, and compostable, meaning it returns to nature after a few weeks of disposal.

Did you know that each year, about 200 million trees are cut down to make paper products? This implies that a tree is cut down every 2.5 seconds. Because a single tree may sustain up to a million different types of plants and animals, our actions can have a big impact on our planet.

The premise is that using bamboo toilet paper instead of regular paper can help you live a more sustainable lifestyle. And, unlike normal toilet paper, which tends to tear off fast and leave ugly bits behind, our bamboo TP is robust and absorbent.

Bamboo Kitchen Towel

 Let's face it: no one loves overly sticky kitchen countertops. But we have a better solution than those cotton towels to assist you in cleaning up the gunky mess. Our bamboo paper towel will help you clean up without sacrificing convenience. Furthermore, because they are totally made of bamboo, you will be making an environmentally conscious option.

Our bamboo kitchen towels are manufactured from bamboo sourced from FSC-certified forests. This suggests that the plant-based towels are entirely plastic and tree-free. They do not rely on nonrenewable resources for manufacture and are entirely natural. Furthermore, these bamboo kitchen paper towels have a back-to-nature guarantee. When you're finished using them, just dispose of them in a compost bin. These towels are certified compostable and will break down into tiny bits, generating compost within a few days after disposal. This compost may then be mixed into the soil to improve its water retention and nutritional value.

Furthermore, there are no harmful chemicals here! Our bamboo paper towels are plant-based and contain no chemicals or pollutants. In fact, they are ECF-free and completely safe to clean up without using harsh chemicals. Plus, because bamboo is a very robust plant, our bamboo paper towels are quite tough. They do not tear easily while cleaning away the liquid mess and have a high absorbency. Finally, our bamboo paper towels are offered in a 2-ply configuration. This suggests that they are extremely durable and tear-resistant. These towels can quickly absorb moisture without breaking or leaving crumbs behind.

Bamboo Facial Tissues

Our bamboo facial tissues are composed entirely of bamboo, the quickest renewing plant in the world, and are designed for a flawless skincare experience while still being low-impact. Did you know that making a single ton of paper napkins consumes 17 trees? And, because a single tree supports over 2 million living species, relying on modern napkins is far from sustainable living.

As previously stated, our face tissues are made of bamboo. We at EcoSoul use the planet's fastest-growing natural resources and upcycled trash to create everyday basics that are both environmentally friendly and handy for you. Our bamboo facial tissues are extraordinarily delicate, allowing you to appreciate a touch that is both friendly to the environment and gentle on your face. These tissues are certified compostable and contain no plastic or wood. Because these tissues are entirely plant-based, they also provide a return-to-nature promise. This suggests that after a few weeks of disposal, they break down into tiny bits and nourish the soil by forming humus. Furthermore, we have provided evidence to back up all of our sustainability claims. However, these face tissues are compostable and FSC-certified, indicating that the basic material was sourced sustainably.

Bamboo Baby Wipes

Did you realize that even common wipes may contain microplastics? Even if they promise to be free of toxins, not all wipes are suitable for your baby's delicate skin.

So, what are the alternatives? We recommend bamboo baby wipes. All baby water wipes available at EcoSoul are fully plant-based and certified compostable, making them safe for both your baby's sensitive skin and the environment. There's no disputing that we all want the best for our offspring. And standard baby wipes may not be the best option. For instance, while these wipes appear to be harmless, they include plastics. Tiny pieces of plastic are typically coated with chemicals, which can produce a severe reaction on sensitive skin. These wipes, sourced from FSC-certified bamboo forests, are plant-based and promise a return to nature. In summary, they originate from nature and return to it by breaking it down into tiny bits and turning it into compost.

Bamboo Napkins

Who doesn't enjoy those sticky, really juicy meals? Many of us appreciate flavorful food, whether it's juicy wings at a barbecue or exquisite chili in a palm leaf bowl. However, if you use paper napkins to clean up the spill, we are not on the same page.

It is true that paper napkins are more handy and easier to dispose of than cloth napkins. However, how about the impact? We at EcoSoul are here to help you enjoy those messy dinners without causing environmental damage. All of the bamboo napkins from EcoSoul are made of bamboo, which is one of the quickest-regenerating resources in our ecosystem. In a nutshell, they are sourced directly from the tropicals and do not include trees or plastic.

Furthermore, with a promise of returning to nature, these napkins are easy to dispose of. These napkins, which are certified compostable, break down into smaller pieces after a few weeks and form humus. This nutrient-rich compost improves soil water retention while also providing essential nutrients. And, because bamboo is a grass rather than a tree, you will just be cleaning up the mess, not the trees themselves.

All-Purpose Cleaning Wipes

Do you enjoy having your kitchen countertops gleaming clean? We do, too! But here's to no more using hazardous chemicals to keep your surfaces clean. Our bamboo cleaning wipes are a great solution to get rid of all the debris without damaging any trees. Furthermore, with a toxin-free recipe and an outstanding structure, these wipes are versatile and may be used outside of the kitchen.

These wipes are made entirely of plants, including FSC-certified bamboo fibers that are also compostable. This means that, unlike traditional wipes, which might take years to decay and break down into the soil, these wipes are certified to return to nature within a few weeks after disposal.

Furthermore, because typical wipes include microplastics, they consistently poison our ecosystem by degrading soil quality. These microplastics eventually mix with soil and end up in our food chain. In contrast, our bamboo cleaning wipes are made entirely of bamboo. You can be confident that there are no microplastics present, as they have a positive and greener environmental impact.

Bamboo Flushable Wipes

Have you ever been cautious about flushing wipes down the drain? Sustainability is more than just making environmentally friendly choices. In truth, it is about maintaining a lifestyle. This is why we are here with a solution that will allow you to have a stress-free experience without any worry. Yes, we are discussing our bamboo flushable wipes.

Our eco-friendly flushable wipes, made from bamboo, one of our ecosystem's fastest-growing resources, are an excellent way to enjoy a planet-safe restroom experience while also ensuring easy disposal. Our bamboo flushable wipes are not only plant-based and ideal for an environmentally aware lifestyle, but they are also safe for septic tanks.

Certified For Your Peace Of Mind

We believe that certifications are vital to transparency and the overall health of our planet. That’s why we always validate our products to ensure that they’re better for people and the environment.

While not every certification is appropriate for every product, we go to the ends of the Earth to attain the right certifications for the right materials — so you can have peace of mind that you’re doing right by the planet.