‘Your loo paper changed my life!’ – Jane’s story
Allergy UK have estimated that 15 million people in the UK could be suffering from Eczema.
This is a large amount of people and at The Cheeky Panda we are very pleased to hear that our bamboo tissues are helping people ease their inflamed areas. In a recent survey we have found that 65% of people using The Cheeky Panda tissues have seen improvements in their Eczema conditions and Hay fever. As bamboo fibers are longer and smoother it creates less dust and irritation for people with sensitive skin. Only water based chemicals are used in the manufacturing process of Cheeky Panda, with no Chlorine bleach or de-inking agent, creating the most natural range of toilet and facial tissues on the market. The range is currently available from leading online retailers such as Amazon, Ocado, Ethical Superstore, Wholefoods, As Nature Intended and Planet Organic. Please see below to hear Jane’s story and experience with The Cheeky Panda bamboo tissues…
The Cheeky Panda bamboo tissues are not only sustainable but are natural too….
- There are no pesticides or fertilisers used in the growing process of bamboo, as it is a plant and shoots up everywhere!
- The Cheeky Panda, being a sustainable company, are cautious in making sure our tissue doesn’t contain chlorine bleach, B.P.A. and other harsh chemicals
- And also the natural bamboo kun used in The Cheeky Panda tissues is known to have natural antibacterial qualities.
These are all great attributes that have contributed to The Cheeky Panda tissues being known as the better option on the market, when thinking of your skin and health. It really makes our job so much more worth it when we hear stories like Jane’s. Thank you for sharing!
If you are looking for a sustainable health conscious alternative then please click HERE to find out where you can buy Cheeky Panda tissues!
The Cheeky Panda pride themselves on the natural qualities is their bamboo tissues and are pleased to see the great results many of their customers are experiencing when combating their skin irritations. However this is not scientifically researched and what works for one person may not work for another, so please see your GP if you are having trouble with any skin irritations.