LastTissue is like if a handkerchief and a tissue pack had a baby. LastObject are bringing you the best of both worlds: the easy, on-the-go availability of the tissue pack and the environmentally-friendly, soft-on-the-nose handkerchief.
- Includes 6 organic cotton tissues in a silicone case
- Eco friendly alternative to paper tissue
- Case is dishwasher safe
- Tissues can be washed at 60°C
- GOT certified organic cotton
- Packaging is 100% plastic free
- Refill tissues available
LastObject are bringing you the best of both worlds: the easy, on-the-go availability of the tissue pack and the environmentally-friendly, soft-on-the-nose handkerchief. We want to bring the handkerchief back into mainstream culture.
Simply take a tissue from the bottom, use it, and then store it on top of the marked-tissue barrier. This way, you’ll push the clean tissues down, making them ready to use and dividing them from the used. You’ll know you’re on your last tissue when the marked one appears - that means it’s cleaning time. After washing, you repack and use them all over again.
LastTissue is an eco friendly alternative to paper tissue. Production of LastTissue takes 3 times less energy which saves several tonnes of resources globally.
The case is dishwasher safe so you can easily keep it clean and disinfect whenever needed. You can wash the tissues up to 460 times each which should last you many years!
The tissues can be washed at 60ºC to make sure germs are killed before the case is refilled.
The silicone case is safe to put on the top drawer of the dishwasher.
Is LastTissue hygienic?
Yes, the clean and used tissues are separated by a silicone barrier sown unto one of the six tissues in the pack, and the tissues can be washed at 60ºC to make sure germs are killed before the case is refilled. The silicone case is even safe to put in the dishwasher.
I'm already using a handkerchief, why should I get a LastTissue?
LastTissue is reusable like a handkerchief, but with the convenience of a single use tissue pack. In one pack you get six clean tissues, and you have a practical and hygienic case to store the used tissues in until it’s time to wash them.
How long will LastTissue last?
Each of the six cotton tissues in a pack can be reused over 480 times, bringing the total number of single use tissues a pack will replace over 2800. You can extend the lifetime of a handkerchief by using a laundry bag when you wash them.
How do you fold the tissues when refilling the case?
You can fold the tissues any way you would like, just remember that the tissue with the silicone barrier should be the last one to go into the case.
Why choose reusable tissues?
The paper and pulp industry is the third-largest industrial emitter of global warming gasses. Every year around 8,000,000 trees are cut down to make facial tissues for the US alone.
Deforestation can lead to a direct loss of wildlife habitat . The removal of trees reduces available food, shelter, and breeding habitat. It also removes the miraculous effect the trees have of cleaning our carbon emissions to breathable oxygen - helping to prevent climate change. Every time you blow your nose with a LastTissue, you save 2 litres of water.
It takes 3 times more energy to produce paper tissues compared to the reusable cotton tissues. With one LastTissue pack, you will save the planet from more than 2800 single-use tissues as well as their plastic packaging.
71,910 km² of forest is cut down every year to make single-use tissues for the US alone. That's the size of Rhode Island, Delaware, Connecticut, New Jersey, and New Hampshire COMBINED. And this is for something you use ones and throw away.
By reusing we are eliminating the need for a product that uses our resources, is manufactured, packaged and shipped constantly. In the long run, you save money, save the planet and in this case a whole lot of trees!
Change our everyday actions in order to change our lives and the world will change with us.
137 species of animals are going extinct every day because of deforestation. LastTissue's five colours represent five species that are endangered due to deforestation.
🦝 Raccoon Blue. The pygmy raccoon, is a critically endangered species off the coast of Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico.
🐉 Dragonfly Turquoise. 163 Mediterranean dragonflies and damselflies show that five species are critically endangered.
🦊 Fox Peach. Darwin’s fox originally found in southern temperate rain forests is considered to have the highest extinction risk of any Chilean mammals.
🌴 Palm Green. With only 40 trees left in the wild, the Carpoxylon Palm is listed as Critically Endangered.
🌳 Redwood Red. The redwood species contains the largest and tallest trees in the world. Endangered due to habitat losses.
🦇Bat Black. Fruit bats are critical plant pollinators, and their distribution of seeds from the wild fruit that they eat helps forests grow back.