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Hi, hello!

I'm Chelsea, a 23-year-old Aussie from Sydney, Australia. Over the past few years I've really started to become conscious of my personal impact and making choices that are best for me and the environment.

After trying some of the other eco-friendly toilet paper options out there, I wasn't impressed. Recycled toilet paper felt like sandpaper and other brands sold flimsy rolls with paper that disintegrated in your hands... #nothanks. As a bit of a toilet paper snob, I set out to create a product that combined the silky-soft luxury I wanted with sustainability at the forefront - and Bambu was born!

When we launched, our first ever boxes of toilet paper were stored in my grandparents' garage... aka 'The Warehouse'. We've now created an incredible community of mindful Aussies who have made the switch from plastic-covered toilet paper to tree-free, sustainable Bambu rolls, and I couldn't be prouder!

It's time to start giving your butt the love it deserves.

Why we chose bamboo

Our mission is to provide sustainable essentials that don't compromise on luxury - and bamboo ticks nearly every box there is!

Sustainable

Bamboo is a sustainable grass, not a tree - it can grow up to 1 metre in 24 hours, uses 30% less water than hardwood trees and produces 35% more oxygen, too!

Zero nasties

Bamboo is a hardy plant with no natural pests, meaning there's no need for pesticides or other nasty chemicals to grow it.

Skin-friendly

It's got wonderful properties that are great for skin - bamboo is naturally hypoallergenic, anti-fungal and anti-bacterial.

Soft & strong

It's luxuriously soft and stronger than steel - literally!

The Bambu Impact

Traditional toilet paper wipes out about 27,000 trees. We knew there had to be a better way to wipe our butts without destroying the planet!

Bamboo is a renewable resource and our products are made at the source - with access to local raw materials, there's no need for extra shipping. Plus, we make our toilet paper with a species of bamboo that doesn't affect the livelihood of pandas, who use the plant for food and their habitat.

Bamboo is a grass (not a tree) that can grow up to one metre in 24 hours - compare that to a regular hardwood tree, that takes hundreds and hundreds of years to mature! We know which one we'd prefer.