Rated 1.7 out of 5�by 18
Rated 1 out of 5�by Jasmyne Ouch! Sandpaper is not for noses.
All I have to say is ?Ditto.? The other reviewers are exactly right - thin, scratchy, rough, poorly made, etc. I will add loud and stubborn. When my company changed brands to save money (?), I noticed immediately and started to hoard the last few boxes of the old brand. These things feel like a scrubber sponge. They?re so thin, I have to use several at a time and run through a box much faster. Every time I try to pull one out, the tissue fights back. I literally cut a larger opening in the box and it?s still loud. Thanks to the ruckus from these nose-scrapers, my neighbors hear every time I need to blow and they?re not that close! I never knew tissue could make so much noise but I guess sandpaper and cardboard don't separate easily. These should be marketed as a corporate cost-cutting measure since I?ve started to bring my own. I didn?t expect plush or comfy soft but I can find better tissue at a dollar store. Even toilet paper is better. They may be recycled but it doesn?t help the environment if people throw them away because they?re so bad or have to use more because they?re so cheap. Too thin for exfoliation, too rough for relief, too loud for an office ? NO, NO, NO! But don?t take my word for it. You too can have the pleasure of in-office exfoliation. Please buy them all if you have to so my company will be forced to select another option. My nose thanks you!
January 21, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5�by TissueIssue Adequate but not terrific
This is very basic facial tissue at the best. Not soft by any means but gets the job done I suppose. The price was good for the quantity, just not great quality.
October 13, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5�by Patti Worst Purchase Ever
Heaven help you if you have a cold and only have this tissue to use! It will take off the top level of skin.
Do not buy!
May 12, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5�by Supply Closet Raider Sandpaper
These tissues are horribly rough and thin -- even worse than most other economy brands! In addition, the tissues are not only folded together (like most pop-up tissues) but are also still joined together in several places on each sheet. When you try to take one, you end up pulling out three or four. Very wasteful! We would actually have spent less money overall buying the brand name tissues.
May 9, 2014