KCC25829BX

Lotion Facial Tissue

3 Ply - White - For Healthcare - 75 Sheets Per Box - 75 / Box

Reg. Price $4.96

Our Price $4.29 Per Box

Quantity In Stock!
3-ply, White facial tissues provide soothing softness
Contain aloe and Vitamin E
Ideal for colds, allergies and sensitive noses
Upright box saves space on your desktop and dispenses tissues 1 at a time
75 Sheets Per Box
  • Additional Info
SKU
KCC25829BX
Manufacturer
Kimberly-Clark Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number
25829BX
Brand Name
Kleenex
Packaged Quantity
75 / Pack
Product Type
Facial Tissue
Color
White
Number of Plys
3
Application/Usage
Healthcare
Recycled
No
Green Compliant
Yes
Green Compliance Certificate/Authority
FSC

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KleenexLotion Facial Tissue
 
4.2

(based on 344 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (233)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (38)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (13)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (17)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (43)

82%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Overstuffed Box

I have used this product for years and will continue to do so, but I do have a couple of complaints. First if you have a very wet cold the mucus smears on the...Read complete review

I have used this product for years and will continue to do so, but I do have a couple of complaints. First if you have a very wet cold the mucus smears on the face, the tissues are so soft that it just doesn't absorb. Second, the square boxes have become so overstuffed that it is impossible to get the 1st tissue out without 1) tearing it or 2) pulling out a bunch at once. And lastly, and this has been going on for at least 15+ years, the dust or kleenex particles when inhaled as one would when starting to blow your nose, end up in my throat and I end up choking on microscopic particles to the point where you almost can't breath. Only way to combat this is to make sure tissue is not pulled out of the box...so it must be dust particles??

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

What happened to my favorite tissue?

Kleenex Ultra Soft Tissues are the only tissues I buy, and I recommend them to everyone. HOWEVER, it seems like Kleenex has changed them. The last two boxes I opened had tissues in...Read complete review

Kleenex Ultra Soft Tissues are the only tissues I buy, and I recommend them to everyone. HOWEVER, it seems like Kleenex has changed them. The last two boxes I opened had tissues in them that aren't nearly as soft as my beloved tissues of the past. I'm extremely displeased because I typically buy 4-6 boxes at a time so I have a cabinet full of tissues I won't use. PLEASE, KC, bring back my Ultra Softs, or I'll be forced to try Puff's Ultra Soft & Strong and you will likely lose a long-time loyal consumer.

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5.0

I love this tissue and ...

By Lucy

from Hudson Falls NY, United States

Comments about Kleenex Lotion Facial Tissue:

I love this tissue and the boxes are pretty too I just bought 3 boxes

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

No better brand for nose care!

By drjeff777

from Colorado Springs, CO

Comments about Kleenex Lotion Facial Tissue:

We have purchased Kleenex over the years and have tried store or introductory brands. None is as soft and gentle. We remain loyal to Kleenex.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Kleenex with lotion

By Lorie

from Cobbs Creek, va

Comments about Kleenex Lotion Facial Tissue:

I buy this all the time it is great. I will buy this all the time.

 
4.0

Nose savers

By Keith Z

from Joplin, MO, United States

Comments about Kleenex Lotion Facial Tissue:

Have been using this product for a long time and it is a must have when I have a cold.

 
2.0

Disappointed

By Ellie4

from Fort Collins, CO, United States

Comments about Kleenex Lotion Facial Tissue:

I have been using the Ultra Soft Kleenex for quite a while. Since the introduction of the new designs on the boxes I have found that I have to search for boxes that are not damaged (in numerous stores). The biggest disappointment is the tissue itself. It is not nearly as soft as the original Ultra Soft and, lately, the tissues fall apart into two very thin pieces or come out of the box with only one ply. Also, the tissues are often very wrinkled. Hope they will be improved soon...

 
2.0

Packaging Problems

By Pixel

from Memphis, TN, United States

Comments about Kleenex Lotion Facial Tissue:

Great tissues, but it seems that there is a difference in packaging - how tissues are loaded into the upright box that affects dispensing. Frustrating that several tissues are sometimes stuck together in sequence - one is connected to the next vs a clean cut to allow one tissue out of the box at a time. More frustrating is that it seems that the tissues are in 2-3 separate rolls such that after some have been used, the next is not connected, and they are at the bottom of the box. I either have to reach way down into the box to bring one up to to the opening to start the "flow" again or turn box upside down to reach one to pull it to the opening. Please go back to previous packaging.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I hoard these little packs!

By Marinemom

from Texas

Comments about Kleenex Lotion Facial Tissue:

I was thrilled when I found these! I actually hoard them because I'm afraid Kleenex will stop making them. I have a pack in every purse and I carry them in the glove box in my car. I love the colors and patterns too!

 
5.0

ULTRA is Right

By YoHimBe

from Independence, MO, United States

Comments about Kleenex Lotion Facial Tissue:

If you know someone that's got a cold with a sore red nose and they can't get rid of it; give them a box of these and they will realize the difference. These are also great for cleaning your glasses. Kleenex (Ultra Soft)

 
4.0

great

By Moes

from San Francisco, CA, United States

Comments about Kleenex Lotion Facial Tissue:

I love this new package and the Kleenex itself. Much better than the old package I am having problems finding them in the stores. Please continue this line

 
4.0

I get so tired of buying ...

By Beamer

from Dallas

Comments about Kleenex Lotion Facial Tissue:

I get so tired of buying your tissues and in each box there are at least 10 tissues that are like tree bark. Do you think people will not notice? This has been going on now for a couple of years, I just got another one and decided to say something. If this is a money saving attempt it sucks! I would recommend with a warning.

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