As of 2015, colored toilet paper has been mostly discontinued due to cost of production and health reasons. Colored toilet paper has been shown to cause certain cancers in laboratory animals. It is also believed that col... More »

A rapid result of consuming toilet paper is the onset of digestive problems. Continued consumption is potentially dangerous due to the level of chemicals and contaminants in toilet paper. More »

According to Good Housekeeping, brands of toilet paper that dissolve especially quickly include Scott 1000 one-ply, Target Up & Up two-ply, Seventh Generation two-ply, Scott Naturals two-ply and White Cloud Ultra three-p... More »

The major brands of toilet paper in the United States include Scott, Charmin, Quilted Northern and Cottonelle. Some large retailers such as Target, Costco and Walmart manufacture their own brands of toilet paper. More »

According to a poll by the makers of Charmin toilet paper, the average person uses 57 sheets of toilet paper per day. Consumers agree that the amount used changes, however, depending on the brand and type of toilet paper... More »

The softest toilet paper on the market is Quilted Northern Ultra Plush, according to the Good Housekeeping Research Institute. It was also rated as one of the strongest toilet papers. More »

The primary uses of toilet paper are wiping and cleaning the anus region after defecation for both men and women and cleaning or drying the perineal area of urine after urination by women. Toilet paper is also commonly u... More » Beauty & Fashion Hygiene