SEV13719

Seventh Generation Facial Tissue - 85 per box

2 Ply - 85 Sheets Per Box - 85 / Box - White

Our Price $3.32 Per Box

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2-ply, White facial tissue is hypoallergenic
Whitened with an environmentally safe process and never with chlorine bleach
No dyes or fragrances
85 Sheets / Box
50% post consumer material
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SKU
SEV13719
Manufacturer
Seventh Generation, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
13719
Brand Name
Seventh Generation
Packaged Quantity
85 / Pack
Product Type
Facial Tissue
Color
White
Quantity
85 Sheets Per Box
Number of Plys
2
Features
Fragrance-free
Material
Paper
Recycled
Yes

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Seventh Generation Facial Tissue - 85 per box
 
4.2

(based on 5 reviews)

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80%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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5.0

So soft

By shuman43434

from Mount Joy, PA, United States

Comments about Seventh Generation Facial Tissue - 85 per box:

I love these, they are softer than tissues with lotion and do not leave behind a sore red nose. Am so glad I bought these, will buy again.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

At last - a lint free tissue to remove makeup

By grammyg

from Pacific Northwest

Comments about Seventh Generation Facial Tissue - 85 per box:

My favorite, Purely Cotton, tissues are no longer being produced. I have purchased many other brands but they do not do the job. I use cold cream to remove my makeup and most tissues smear it around and leave lint on my face. These work almost as well as the Purely Cotton brand and I plan to stock up before these go away (I am 75 so I won't need a forklift to carry them). These are not soft which is what I want - they remove the cold cream and makeup and then I finish with toner on a cotton pad.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Wonderful!

By PJone

from Williamsville, NY, United States

Comments about Seventh Generation Facial Tissue - 85 per box:

Its so nice to have tissues that are soft that you can feel good about using! Thank you. I order these by the case for my office.

 
2.0

Like a scrubber

By K5r4

from San Francisco, CA, United States

Comments about Seventh Generation Facial Tissue - 85 per box:

When blowing one's nose, these recycled facial tissues scratches & makes one's nose skin peal & red. Is there any way you could make recycled facial tissues soft even if you have to put unscented lotion in them?

(0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Better than you think

By Mort

from Detroit

Comments about Seventh Generation Facial Tissue - 85 per box:

These aren't quite as strong and soft as Puffs. But I think they're great for normal usage, killing spiders, minor wipe-ups, etc. They're much better than I anticipated.

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