I’m not sure what my nose did to deserve 365 Facial Tissues, but it must have committed something akin to the nasal equivalent of every single one of the 7 Deadly Sins in order to be punished in this manner. Below is my review of 365 Facial Tissues.
Pros: they are eco-friendly with a high post consumer content of recycled paper, no fragrance and no chlorine bleaching.
Cons: unless your nose has been very very naughty and you are trying to teach it a lesson, I would not suggest buying these tissues. I’m willing to bet they have better tissues in a Siberian prison, in solitary confinement. I would rather blow my nose on broken glass. These types of products are the kind of thing that give green products a bad name. Have I made my point?
Stats about 365 Facial Tissues:
- 100 percent recycled paper
- 80 percent post-consumer content
- whitened without chlorine bleach
- fragrance free
- virtually no lint
Product Ranking (1 to 10, 10 is best): Less Than 0
Where to buy: Don’t