Britain's Most Sustainable Alternatives


No Bleach

No Plastic

No Nasty Chemicals


Soft & Sustainable Bamboo Toilet Roll

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Naked Sprout | Britain's Most Sustainable Bamboo Toilet Roll
Eco Friendly Bamboo Toilet Rolls

Eco-friendly alternatives


Bamboo Toilet Rolls Help Reduce Deforestation and save the trees

Help reduce deforestation


Soft & Sustainable Bamboo Toilet Roll

Carbon neutral delivery


No individual wrapping or plastic

Every purchase donates

In 2020 we saved..

Soft & Sustainable Bamboo Toilet Roll

59 million litres of water


Eco Friendly Bamboo Toilet Rolls

1.5 million litres of chemicals


Bamboo Toilet Rolls Help Reduce Deforestation and save the trees

6,424 m2 of plastic


No individual wrapping or plastic

1,761 trees




Carbon Balanced Programme


We are offsetting the unavoidable emissions of our energy and water associated with our general operations, along with the shipment of products by sea freight, from January 2020 onwards through the World Land Trust's Carbon Balanced Programme.



About us


Hello, thanks for visiting Naked Sprout.


We’re a small British business who believe by making small everyday changes - we can make a difference. Our mission is to provide affordable, eco-friendly alternatives to everyday products - free from plastic, bleach and harsh chemicals. Using our business to help protect our planet and inspire change.


Thanks for your support!

Tom



No chemicals and bleach free toilet paper



Charity Partner


Through our partnership with Just a Drop - every purchase from Naked Sprout provides a child in Kenya safe water at school.


We've supported over 20,000 children so far!


2 billion people don't have access to adequate sanitation. In over 32 countries Just a Drop transform lives by implementing sustainable clean water, sanitation and hygiene systems. They have supported over 1.8 million people so far.


"Most toilet roll is made from virgin wood pulp - threatening forest areas worldwide with deforestation." 

WWF




"The production of toilet roll wipes out 27,000 trees a day – almost 9 million a year.." 

National Geographic