Comments about Kleenex Pocket Pack Facial Tissue, 8 ea:
I keep these tissue packets in my bathroom, bedroom, handbag, gym bag, and in my car. I have two granddaughters, and use them often for them when we are at playground, soccer field, gymnastic class, swimming lessons, tennis court, etc. They come in handy for so so many uses.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
– In a purse or jacket pocket, Kleenex Pocket Pack Facial Tissue is always ready to take care of sneezes and wipes. Their small size and slim shape make them easy to slip into a briefcase or book bag, simple and ready to use in a car's glove compartment or even tucked into a sports bag. On a trip or just during the day, these useful tissue packets are the most convenient way to carry Kleenex tissues. They offer the same quality of softness, absorbency and strength as the tissues in the familiar Kleenex box. The protective packages keep the tissues neat and clean until they're needed, too. Each packet contains 10 3-ply white tissues, 8.6 by 8.3 inches, with 8 packets to the box.
The Kleenex Tradition
Since their introduction in 1924, Kleenex facial tissues have been highly acclaimed and widely accepted around the world. Originally marketed as a tissue for removing cold cream from the face (the "clean" in "Kleenex"), they soon found a plethora of other uses, from wiping sniffles to blotting lipstick. In the handy pocket packet, they are a convenient replacement for a handkerchief (but without the trouble of laundering later). More than one piece of chewing gum has been surreptitiously removed and disposed of with a Kleenex, and who hasn't gone through childhood without having a mother wipe off a corner of their face with one of these tissues?
Commitment to Sustainability
Kimberly-Clark, the manufacturer of Kleenex facial tissues, is committed to building sustainability into every facet of their processes. The wood fiber used in the creation of Kleenex tissues comes only from well-managed forestlands that support harvesting practices that help conserve valuable lands and ensure a thriving ecosystem. The papermaking mills in the United States follow best practices to recycle water used in the process, and are committed to reduction and recycling efforts for wood and paper waste.