PGC87611BX

Facial Tissue

White - Soft - 180 Sheets Per Box - 180 / Box

Reg. Price $4.35

Our Price $3.62 Per Box

Quantity In Stock!
Facial tissues feature Air-Fluffed pillows for 40% more cushiony thickness
Everyday, soft facial tissues dispense one at a time
Decorative flat box
  • Additional Info
SKU
PGC87611BX
Manufacturer
Procter & Gamble
Manufacturer Part Number
87611BX
Brand Name
Puffs
Packaged Quantity
180 / Pack
Product Type
Facial Tissue
Color
White
Features
Soft
Recycled
No
Green Compliant
Yes

REVIEW SNAPSHOT®

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PuffsFacial Tissue
 
2.9

(based on 334 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (75)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (59)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (66)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (34)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (100)

50%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

This product has great features

Do not like the new colors or the monsters. They do not go with anything in my house. We keep Puffs in every room because of allergies and tissues need to be handy in...Read complete review

Do not like the new colors or the monsters. They do not go with anything in my house. We keep Puffs in every room because of allergies and tissues need to be handy in this house. Please bring back some of the other colors or redo them in similar color styles to better go with adult decor.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

What happened to our Puffs?

Not the Puffs Tissue I have used over the years I'm sorry to say. Lower quality, lower count in box but at a much increased price. I understand there must be some increase...Read complete review

Not the Puffs Tissue I have used over the years I'm sorry to say. Lower quality, lower count in box but at a much increased price. I understand there must be some increase in cost but what happen to that strong but soft tissue and why are we paying more for less in the box? I found an older box of puffs that I had stored and and forgot about, this gave me the idea to compare the older box with the "new Puffs". Here's what I found. More tissues in the older box and very soft with a higher quality feel to my nose. Has P&G now placed earning first over their customers? I want to continue to use Puffs but with prices going up and the quality and count down, I may go to another brand. Let's try harder P&G to keep that same quality tssue we once had and at a fair price please!

Reviewed by 334 customers

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5.0

Puffs helps with pain and chafe raw skin to heal

By Dondee

from Californa

Comments about Puffs Facial Tissue:

I have used puffs many times but sometimes I don't buy the brand because I'm being cheap, regret it every time. Now I'm ill again and taking medications which is improving my health but I sure would have preferred Puffs to the dry toilet paper.

 
5.0

I don't like lotion in my tissue.

By Justthebasic

from South Carolina

Comments about Puffs Facial Tissue:

I prefer the old standard Puffs Everyday Facial Tissue because I have found that the lotion tissues come off in the whiskers of my upper lip.

 
5.0

Only product that specifies it is scent free!

By DeeDee19034

from Romeo, MI

Comments about Puffs Facial Tissue:

I'm a brittle asthmatic and all products must be scent free. Ran out and needed to re-stock - but could not find "scent free" on any of the other Puffs products... Called the 800 number today to find out that the tissues scented with Vicks are the only ones that are scented. All the others are scent-free... "Dermatologist tested" tells me nothing. Please consider adding this vital information to your packaging!! Thanks...

 
1.0

Puffs are way too thin

By trask51

from New York

Comments about Puffs Facial Tissue:

These are suppose to be soft and 2x stronger. They are neither. I have those little purse size Kleenex which is far softer and much stronger. They are twice the thickness. The Puffs rip when you blow your nose. I will not repeat this purchase.

 
5.0

Puffs facial tissue in big box

By preacherbill

from North Baltimore, Ohio

Comments about Puffs Facial Tissue:

WOW! I'm a week into a bad cold and just switched to regular Puffs. What a pleasant surprise! My only wish is that they fluffed out and were easier to grab. Still, so much better than store brands. No comparison.

 
4.0

kleenex feels different

By colony4

from Pa

Comments about Puffs Facial Tissue:

I always buy puffs tissues in the cube box to take to work with me. these last boxes of tissues felt a little rougher then the ones I bought in the past and the boxes are marked soft and 2x stronger. my co-workers also noticed this using the tissues. Is there a reason for the change in texture?

 
4.0

Tissues in a new box are impossible to get out.

By Mimiheinz

from New York

Comments about Puffs Facial Tissue:

I love your tissues, HOWEVER... it is impossible to start a new box! A wad of tissues comes out. One has to struggle to start a box and that is the only reason I don't recommend this product This shouldn't be. I'm going to start purchasing a competing brand for this very reason.

 
5.0

Doesn't disintegrate

By SuePuffy

from Michigan

Comments about Puffs Facial Tissue:

I can't begin to tell you how many times I've been doing the wash, stopped, and started jumping up and down singing, "I love Puffs! I love Puffs!" I have allergies and am almost always carrying facial tissues in a pocket. And, way too often, I forget to check my pockets before throwing things in the washer. Do you have any idea of the mess I end up with when I used to use other facial fissures? It's like snow spread ALL over my wet clothes. So when I pull out my wash and find an intact Puffs tissue, I'm pretty tickled. (Although, every once in a while I'll have a Puffs disintegrate. Wish I understood why that is?) I will NEVER buy any other brand but Puffs.

 
2.0

reach deep into the box

By nostalgic

from lincoln

Comments about Puffs Facial Tissue:

What happened to tissues that pulled the next one out of the box? Now we have to stick our dirty hands in the box or try to separate just one tissue from the stack? Not a good idea when someone is sick. And the current box designs are UGLY. Fortunately, we saved some previous beautiful boxes to reuse.

 
1.0

Puffs goes cheap with bad quality!

By NancyO

from Richmond, KY

Comments about Puffs Facial Tissue:

I've used these tissues since the 1980s and now they've been cheapened. Each tissue is now about half of the volume it used to have. These are even ripping coming out of the box and I'm furious. Never again!

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