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How Do Blotting Papers Work?

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Blotting papers are quite simple. They are simply made from a pulp/ paper of some sort and have a powder on them to help oil absorption. You take a one of the papers from the package and simply press it to your face gently to absorb excess oil.

What is nice about  most of them is they come in small compact little packages that fit in your purse, and can be pulled out and used when needed.  This particular type of product is used by people who tend to have more oily skin types.  I myself am a normal/ combination skin type, but there are definitely times when I feel oily and then I have my go to, especially for the "around the nose" area for me...

I was recently introduced to Palladio Rice Paper Blotting Tissues.   I am a big fan of rice and the benefits as a part of your diet and skin care.  So Jessica told me to try them :)  They are great!  They have a rice powder coating on top of a rice paper, they are nice and soft, absorb the excess oil right away and do not leave you with powder marks all over your face. 

Their directions are as follows: "Use to blot off excess oil that causes skin blemishes. The Matte side (without powder) is for blotting to absorb the excess oils and the powdered side is for finishing."

Simple and fast way to keep your face looking great.

Happy blotting!

Sara

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Sara grew up in and around the beauty industry and quickly developed a full-fledged passion to learn how ingredients work in synergy to make the perfect beauty product. Helping to establish F.I.N.Y and currently serving as Vice President of the company she’s truly the mastermind behind understanding what components are required to make each and every item effective and alluring.  


Sara’s education in accounting, business and economics combined with public relations, retail and brand management experience equate to her frank understanding and passion for the chemistry behind making women look and feel fabulous. Certified F.A.B.U.L.O.U.S readers and members love tapping into Sara’s candid counsel to learn a little more about “how and why it works.”  eHow.com features Sara Bumby as a Skin Care advice presenter in a series of web videos. To see the videos, click HERE.



SKIN TYPE: Normal to Dry with T-zone Issues 
HAIR TYPE: Straight, Flat, Smooth, Thin 
HAIR COLOR: Blonde 
COMPLEXION TYPE: Fair with yellow undertones. Prefers Cool Color Pallets for Makeup. 
EYE COLOR: Light Blue 
BEAUTY ADDICTIONS: Protocell Cream, Nail Polish, Tweezers, Klorane dry shampoo, Kombucha cleanser, Carmex lip Balm, Nivea Body lotion, Smashbox eye lid primer, Tri leave in Conditioner, Nars seasonal eye shadows

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