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Tatcha Aburatorigami Japanese Blotting Papers Review

Tatcha Aburatorigami Japanese Blotting Papers
Tatcha Aburatorigami Japanese Blotting Papers Review
Description
Tatcha’s Aburatorigami Japanese Blotting Papers are just the right product for people whose faces turn to an oily nightmare just after a few hours. These sheets are great for getting rid of the excess oil on the face without affecting your makeup, which we think is pretty great for blotting papers. Tatcha went on an all skin safe route on this product, with it being all-natural, oil-free, powder-free, and biodegradable. But what we think is a bit unnecessary on this product are the gold flecks on the sheet, which do not add anything to the ability of the product to absorb oil from your face, but just serves as a decorative element for the sheets.
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Value for Money
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Reader Rating1 Vote
Positives
Absorbs oil efficiently
Doesn’t affect the makeup when blotting
All-natural and cruelty-free
Negatives
Added gold flakes doesn’t add anything to the benefits of the product
A bit on the expensive side
4.1
Ratings


The Tatcha Aburatorigami Japanese Blotting Papers was created by the brand with reference to the old-age ritual of the Japanese geishas called “aburigatomi”, hence its name. The blotting sheets were made from 100% natural abaca leaf, which absorbs the oil from the face. They are added with gold flakes, which doesn’t do anything aside from making sheets look beautiful, which we think is not necessary for this product. This product is great not only for oily skin, but also other skin types such as sensitive, dry, and combination skin, with its effect not only keeping one’s face fresh and ready for a long day ahead, but also keep the pores from being clogged with dirt that attaches to the excess oils. Overall, we think these sheets are among the best blotting papers out there, yet we also reckon they can be much affordable with the removal of the gold flakes that actually does nothing for the skin.

Tatcha Aburatorigami Japanese Blotting Papers 1

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