The Softest Toilet Paper on the Planet.
Tree-free, toxin-free, toilet paper.
Made from 3-ply, silky soft FSC-Certified bamboo.
Delivered in 100% plastic-free packaging.
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Softer. Stronger. Smarter.
PlantPaper is our response to an industry and an hygienic practice in dire need of an update. When we first began developing PlantPaper in 2016, we knew it wouldn’t be enough just to make a cleaner toilet paper; it had to be a better toilet paper—a toilet paper we ourselves would want to use. A trade-up, not a trade-off. A toilet paper without compromise.

The Softest on the Planet

Setting a new industry standard for softness. Thicker, more absorptive, three ply, with a unique double sided embossing pattern.

The Softest on the Planet

Setting a new industry standard for softness. Thicker, more absorptive, three ply, with a unique double sided embossing pattern.

FSC-Certified bamboo

Fast-growing, carbon-neutral, and with a unique fiber composition, bamboo is an.

FSC-Certified bamboo

Fast-growing, carbon-neutral, and with a unique fiber composition, bamboo is an.

100% lab-certified bleach, formaldehyde & PFAS-free.

White ‘fluffy’ toilet paper is full of nasty chemicals that irritate our bodies and contaminates our environment.

100% toxin-free.

White ‘fluffy’ toilet paper is full of nasty chemicals that irritate our bodies and contaminates our environment.

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Currently, all the bamboo pulp produced worldwide originates in China. That’s because bamboo grows abundantly there, and the infrastructure to process it is well-established.

Life cycle analyses comparing the impact of tree-free toilet paper produced in China and sold in North America to that of conventional tree paper brands indicate that, even with the incremental carbon and environmental costs associated with ocean freight, tree-free paper results in less carbon emissions by a factor of three. 

Simply put, tree paper is made by systematically destroying the most efficient system of carbon capture on earth: the Boreal Forest. The benefits of keeping those forests working as they’re supposed to far outweigh the costs of the alternative. 

While we’re on the topic, most “American” toilet paper isn’t actually made in America per se. The majority of the pulp now comes from carbon-intensive eucalyptus plantations in Brazil. These plantations stand where rainforests once thrived only a generation ago, with devastating impacts on wildlife, biodiversity, water supply, and global warming. Go ahead, check the package on your grocery store TP. More likely than not, it says “Made in the US with imported parts or materials.” Toilet paper hasn’t been made from American trees in generations.

There are six main PFAS compounds that account for the majority of PFAS that is detected in toilet paper and other household products—PFHxA, PFOA, PFDA, 6:2 diPAP, 6:2/8:2 diPAP, and 8:2 diPAP. We tested for all six of these, in addition to 22 additional compounds, which are far less prevalent. We tested PlantPaper for all 28 of these, and had zero detections.

We like to think of this as a very fractional cost over the course of a year to reduce harmful chemicals on your body and save old growth trees and forests, our stalwart against climate change. PlantPaper on average is about .20 cents more than comparable tree-based brands. The average person uses around 70 rolls per year, so that means the yearly cost is only around $15 more to make the switch to PlantPaper.

You bet! PlantPaper breaks down easily in septic systems. To see for yourself, try this test at home:

1. Put 4 squares of PlantPaper in a glass jar.

2. Fill the jar ¾ full.

3. Put back on the lid and shake heavily for 10 seconds.

4. If the paper has broken down into small pieces (it will!), then it’s septic-safe.

Compared to other 2- and 3-ply premium toilet paper brands, whether tree- or bamboo-based, PlantPaper breaks down quickly and completely.

Yes, PlantPaper is 100% free of bleach and formaldehyde.

Until recently, almost all toilet paper was made with chlorinated bleach, which, when combined with organic substances like tree pulp, produces dioxins, a class of highly toxic compound considered a “persistent organic pollutant” because of how difficult they are to eradicate. In the last few years, as the damaging effects of bleach on our bodies and the environment became harder to ignore, some toilet paper companies have switched to an ECF process, or Elemental Chlorine Free. This is an improvement over previous methods, but some elemental chlorine is still present in the process, resulting in the formation of dioxins that ultimately find their way into our waterways and bloodstreams. That’s why we chose to make PlantPaper TCF–Totally Chlorine Free. 

Most conventional toilet paper brands are also made with formaldehyde, a known skin irritant and carcinogen. PlantPaper contains zero formaldehyde.

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There is nothing clean about toilet paper as we know it.
Old growth trees
Conventional toilet paper relies on trees cut down in the Canadian boreal forest. This forest is one of the largest carbon sinks on the planet, and an essential line of defense against climate change.
Carbon intensive
Tree paper requires huge amounts of energy and water to break down into pulp–almost 40 gallons per roll.
Toxic chemicals
A roll of conventional toilet paper contains up to a gallon of bleach and formaldehyde. The fluffier and whiter the paper, the more of these chemicals it contains.

Old growth forests are complex ecosystems that develop over the course of centuries or millenia. Once cut down, they never regain their capacity for carbon storage or their ability to sustain wildlife.

Toxic chemicals used in conventional TP bind with compounds in our environment to form dioxins and furans, known as Persistent Organic Pollutants, which are highly toxic, carcinogenic, and do not easily break down.

Bamboo is the world’s fastest growing plant.
Bamboo is the fastest growing plant on the planet, capable of growing up to 3.5 feet per day.
Bamboo stores 3x more carbon than a stand of trees and produces 35% more oxygen.
Pulping bamboo requires 30% less water than pulping trees.
The more bamboo is harvested, the faster it grows. A bamboo grove may be able to produce as much 10x more usable fiber for paper than a forest of equivalent size. Bamboo stores up to 40% of its carbon underground, carbon that remains intact even when it’s harvested.
"I know the word disrupt is overused, but I'm using it here. The PlantPaper crew completely reinvented the lowly toilet paper and made it interesting, educational and I might even say sexy. No small feat."
“A three-ply, gently dimpled paper the color of an oat milk cappuccino.”
"Basically, it's perfect."
PlantPaper’s entire supply chain is plastic-free, from manufacturing to freight all the way to delivery to your door. PlantPaper is packed in lightweight, 100% recycled chipboard boxes.

We deliver to your door in 100% plastic-free packaging.
Never run out. With a PlantPaper subscription, you get tree-free, toxin-free, plastic-free toilet paper delivered right to your door, right when you need it. You can even control your shipments by text message.
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