Advantages Mops up oil to leave skin feeling matte and fresh
The Body Shop offers several different varieties of blotting papers. I chose the Tea Tree Oil papers because they weren't powdered like the rest; I like to try to keep my skin as clean and make-up-free as possible to prevent blemishes. These blotting papers cost about £2.00 (I'm not sure exactly how much they cost because I bought them a while ago), which is more expensive than some other blotting tissues but worth paying if you don't want powdered paper.Packaging
The papers themselves are very thin and resemble grease-proof paper that you use in cooking! To use them you simply press one against your skin where you want to mop up any excess oil and then pull it away again. You can actually see all the oil on the tissue - pretty disgusting! Still, at least you can tell that it's working!
Overall these papers are good at their job and not too expensive. You get about 65 papers per packet, which in my case equals two months worth of usage. However, if powder doesn't cause your skin any problems, I would advise going for powdered blotting papers, which will help to keep your skin matte and fresh for longer.
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