Does Charmin contain animal derived ingredients?
Charmin may contain animal derived ingredients. Whenever possible, P&G uses plant-derived or synthetically-derived ingredients to substitute for animal derived materials (ADMs). In those cases where ADMs are necessary for product performance, P&G requires that all our suppliers provide ADMs that are safe and compliant with all regulations and industry guidelines.
Do Charmin products contain gluten?
No, Charmin products do not contain gluten. There is no gluten in the adhesive used to hold the first sheets of the roll onto the cardboard core.
Is Charmin made from recycled or post-consumer recycled material?
All of our finished product inner cores, cartons, and paperboard packing in Bounty, Puffs, and Charmin are made from more than 95% recycled fiber and are recyclable where programs exist. More than 84% of this packing is post-consumer recycled.
Is Charmin made from renewable material?
Our paper products are made of a pulp blend that includes sustainably-sourced, fast-growing renewable fibers. 100% of our virgin fibers come from sources that have been 3rd party certified to ensure they adhere to responsible sourcing principles and criteria.
Is bleaching your products harmful to me, my family, or the environment?
No. 100% of the pulp used in our products is elemental chlorine free (ECF). If pulp is said to be ECF, it means that no elemental chlorine gas was used during the bleaching process. For more information read this (Facts About the Use of Bleaching Agents in Tissue and Paper Towel Manufacturing) from the American Forest & Paper Association.
Is Charmin recyclable and/or compostable?
Bounty, Puffs, and Charmin inner cores, cartons and paperboard packing are recyclable where programs exist.
Are Charmin Flushable Wipes made from recycled or post-consumer recycled material?
Our goal is to create the most efficient product possible. By using virgin paper from responsibly managed forests, our products are more absorbent, so you can do more with four times less waste. Paper products made from recycled materials are less soft, less absorbent and lack the strength that products manufactured from virgin paper can provide.