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Meet the Black-owned toilet paper subscription service that's saving all of our lives

Reel Paper

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I think we can all agree that there is really nothing worse than sitting on the toilet, alone, and realizing that you're out of toilet paper. If you've never been in that position, I don't believe you. It's happened to every folder, crumpler, and in-betweener out there — and it's the pits.

So, what if I told you there's a way to get your toilet paper delivered via a subscription service where you never have to remember to restock your TP? Yes, such an angel really does exist, and it's called Reel Paper.

Started by Nigerian-born Derin Oyekan and Livio Bisterzo, Reel Paper is based on the principles of reducing waste, conscious consumerism, sustainability and providing access to clean toilets for those in need. You can read more about their mission here. As a subscriber, you can opt for toilet paper delivery every four, six, eight, 12 or 16 weeks, depending on your household (and digestive) needs.

You can also take advantage of the one-time purchase option for $43.99. In the box, you'll get 24 mega rolls with 300 sheets per roll.

Reel Bamboo Toilet Paper, $43.99 or $36.99/month

$43.99 or $36.99/month at Reel Paper

Not only does Reel deliver a plastic-free, biodegradable box of toilet paper to your house at your selected frequency, but it also offers the most sustainable toilet paper on the market. Each bamboo roll is made of 100% tree-free fibers, features three-ply softness and is free from inks, dyes and BPA.

Reel Paper subscribers are also seriously obsessed with this company — as they should be! The bamboo toilet paper has a rating of 4.9 out of 5 stars based on thousands of reviews. While users praised the product for its sustainability and convenience, they also went in on the quality. One wiper (sorry, not sorry) wrote that "compared to standard toilet paper, it's sturdier and utilizes texture better for wiping." They went on to share that it "cleans the most effectively."

Reel Bamboo Toilet Paper, 48 rolls, $82.99 or $69.99/month

$82.99 or $69/month at Reel Paper

Reel Paper is obviously great for both the environment and our precious bums. But a Reel Paper subscription also means you'll never have to think about the great TP shortage of March 2020 again. We don't want that now, do we?

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