The Cheeky Panda Eco-Friendly Toilet Tissue is made from 100% natural and sustainable bamboo, making it silky soft, kind to skin, and plastic-free.
It is free from:
- Tissue dust
- Chlorine bleach
Bamboo is the fastest growing plant in the world!
Bamboo grows at incredible rates - making it one of the world`s most renewable plants. It grows 30 times faster than the humble tree and also produces 30% more oxygen, whilst absorbing 35% more carbon. This is one plant with plenty of environmentally friendly credentials.
Transforming bamboo surplus into beautiful toilet roll
Southeast Asia is home to vast mountains where bamboo grows wildly; before The Cheeky Panda came along, much of the harvested bamboo was wasted. Today however, they`re busy whipping up this wonderful bamboo into luxurious tissue.
They love the environment!
The Cheeky Panda love the environment, and if you haven`t guessed, they think pandas are pretty awesome too. They source their bamboo far away from panda habitats, and by using bamboo rather than trees, they also help to protect rainforests which are home to plenty of other wild animals too.
Seriously soft tissue wrapped in plastic free packaging
The Cheeky Panda`s seriously soft bamboo tissues are now completely and utterly plastic free.
Super kind to skin
Bamboo is anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, odour resistant and hypo-allergenic - all of which means that skin, even the most sensitive kind, simply loves bamboo; and no nasty chemicals such as harsh de-inking agents or B.P.A are added. This toilet paper is so pure, it`s positively angelic.
Vegan-friendly & 100% carbon balanced
Animals and rainforests. They`re important to The Cheeky Panda too. They are the first in the UK to be Vegan Society approved, and they also make a donation to the World Land Trust for every pack purchased.
- Vegan Society approved
- World Land Trust Carbon Balanced
- FSC approved
- B Corporation certified
The Cheeky Panda actively seek out new ways of protecting the environment and not just through their eco friendly and sustainable products. They have recently partnered up with the World Land Trust on a carbon balancing project, enabling them to positively impact our living environment one step at a time.