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Is Who Gives a Crap Toilet Paper worth it?

Is Who Gives a Crap Toilet Paper worth it?

$10 off your first purchase HERE

Just for full transparency, this post is not sponsored, they just offer a refer-a-friend discount, give $10, get $10. So if you use my link, I’d just get $10 towards my next purchase.

As we slowly switch products over to more of an eco-friendly approach, I’m learning so much all the time, basically with every product I replace for a more sustainable eco-friendly option.

Toilet paper for instance. I had never really thought about it, until I started being aware of plastic then I started to see it everywhere!!

What I’m looking for in a toilet paper….

  1. Not in plastic packaging

  2. Ideally from recycled paper or bamboo (bamboo takes 3 months to grow to full maturity, while a tree takes 20 years)- so bamboo is more sustainable than trees for something that we use so much of!

  3. Soft, not feeling like cardboard.

  4. No inks, dyes or scents (for our sensitive family)

I have heard of a few brands that have some of these qualities but Who Gives a Crap was the only one that met all of them! I also did a cost comparison and found that with my $10 off code, who I got from another blogger, it actually was the exact price as Costco toilet paper.


Here’s my cost break down.

My hubby asked me to start keeping track, because he wants to make sure I don’t break the bank with all these changes.

Costco

$18.99 for 24 rolls = 0.79 cents per roll (USD)

Who Gives a Crap

$48 for 48 rolls - $10 off = 0.79 cents per roll (USD)

I opted for the recycled paper option instead of premium, I wanted to see how we felt with it, and honestly it feel a little rough on the roll, like more dense, BUT when we use it, I can’t tell a difference from our “regular” Costco toilet paper.

I would totally pay the $1 per roll price for a more sustainable eco-friendly toilet paper, but I was surprised that the cost break down was the same!!

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