Our bamboo facial tissues are here to complement your perfect skincare regimen. Made from bamboo, these planet-safe tissues minimize your environmental impact while helping you gently wipe away makeup, impurities or the day's stress.
Highly absorbent and tear-resistant, these tissues are also chemical-free and come with natural antibacterial, antifungal and hypoallergenic properties. These tissues are also 100% paper-free, tree-free and certified compostable.
- Tree-free facial tissues crafted from premium bamboo fibers
- Highly absorbent, tear-resistant and soft on your skin
- Toxin-free, chemical-free, 100% natural and hypoallergenic
- Made from responsibly sourced FSC certified bamboo
Bamboo stalks are broken down into fibers, which are then treated and turned into pulp. This pulp is then soaked and pressed into facial tissues.
In short, yes! They are gentle, soft, sustainable and compostable. Besides being good for nature, they also have antibacterial properties, making them a safe and hygienic choice. In fact, bamboo facial tissues are safer than tree-based facial tissues. They are compostable and are free from chemicals, unlike their paper alternatives.
Not only are our bamboo facial tissues antibacterial, but they are also odor-resistant, antifungal, and highly absorbent. They also do not contain PFAs, BPA, dioxins, and chlorine. So, whether you want to wipe away your makeup or simply want to get rid of the dirt, these tissues have got you covered.
Yes. To start with, our bamboo facial tissues are 100% paper-free. Instead, they are made from sustainably sourced bamboo and are certified compostable.
Simply put, compostable products break down and nourish the soil. Our bamboo facial tissues are certified compostable.
Composting is when microorganisms present in the soil break down a compostable product into smaller pieces. You can compost our facial tissues in your home by disposing of them in a bin. However, if you don't have a backyard or a compost bin, you can dispose of them in a simple trash bin. Once they end up in a landfill, they'll break down and nourish the soil.