Sunday, September 25, 2022

Lovely Poo Poo Bamboo Toilet Paper

It takes roughly 100 years to grow to the maturity level required for high-quality virgin toilet paper. It will only take 2 months to 2 years for bamboo to be mature. The good side is bamboo is a sort of grass. That means it not only grows quickly, but also regenerates by itself, avoiding replanting after cutting. Furthermore, it consumes CO2 - pulling carbon dioxide from the air 3 times faster than trees. That's brilliant news, since carbon dioxide is a major contributor to global warming. So not only is Lovely Poo Poo bamboo toilet paper good for your bum, it is good for the environment! Win/win!
Bamboo toilet paper is much faster! It is fast dissolved in the water. It is the same as it in the environment. Bamboo toilet paper is 100% biodegradable. It decomposes quickly and spontaneously, leaving no sign of its presence on the earth. In addition, it is made of 100% bamboo. As widely known, bamboo is super sustainable, and it grows super-fast compared with trees. It can keep growing after being harvested, so there’s no need to replant it.

I love the packaging, I just laughed my butt off (no pun intended) when I saw the box. I will save that surprise for you. And the actual toilet paper wrappers are gorgeous! As well as this TP actually works and I favor a good TP brand! I had never used bamboo before, and it is strong yet gentle and really works great! No mess, no fuss. Perfect!

Check it all out at Lovely Poo Poo on Facebook, as well as Lovely Poo Poo on Instagram


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