September 23, 2012

TATCHA Aburatorigami Japanese Beauty Papers - pics, review

Hello, Beautiful!

I've been using a few TATCHA products and have fallen in love with the line! I recently reviewed their Polished Deep Enzyme Rice Powder, which is still an absolute winner in my book. In this post I'll show you their Aburatorigami Japanese Beauty Papers, which are blotting papers. For someone with oily skin like myself, blotting papers are one product I like to keep in my purse. These do a fantastic job at soaking up oil without disturbing makeup or making my skin too dry.

Check out my pics, stats, and review... click on pics to view them larger.

Aburatorigami Japanese Beauty Papers

Basic Stats for TATCHA Aburatorigami Japanese Beauty Papers:
Formula: all-natural leaflets for all skin types
Cost/Availability: $12.00 (30 pack). Available on the TATCHA website and everywhere else TATCHA is sold.
My Rating: 5 out of 5 Kisses

These all-natural leaflets absorb excess oil without disturbing makeup or robbing skin of moisture. Powder-free, fragrance-free, pulp-free. For all skin types.

$12.00 (30 pack). Also sold in a 4-pack (4 sets of 30 sheets) for $40.00 (saving you $8), and a Kiri Gift Box of 15-packs (15 packs of 30 sheets) for $150.00 (saving you $30). Available on the TATCHA website and everywhere else TATCHA is sold.

TATCHA Aburatorigami Japanese Beauty Papers Review:
These blotting papers, which TATCHA calls their Aburatorigami Japanese Beauty Papers, are some of the best blotting papers I've used.

Aburatorigami, pronounced ah-BOO-rah-tour-i-gah-mee, refers to the gold-leaf origin of the blotting papers. The literal translation is 'oil papers', referring to the absorbent quality of the leaf. The gold flake on the blotting papers will not transfer onto your skin. The only way it will come off is if the blotting paper is completely soaked in water.

To use these blotting papers simply pat your face, beginning with your t-zone (which tends to be the most oily) and continue to blot your entire face for petal-fresh skin. Use both sides of the paper to get the most use, then toss when you're done.

Great for all skin types, not just oily girls (like myself). I'd highly recommend these!

Now let me know what you think...
What do you think of these blotting papers? Have you tried them or are they now on your wish list? Discuss in the comments below.

1 comment:

  1. These are my go-to blotting sheets, I love them!! Especially the evening ones :)


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