I LOVE these blotting papers!
I used to use the ones from clean & clear before, and let me say, I like these just as much as far as quality goes. The price made me love it even more (I always thought that $5 for a pack of blotting papers was a rip off). In my opinion, this product has everything, does it's job, and for the right price! I'm a fan! I certainly wont be buying the expensive ones anymore. Good job, elf!
Well these sheets are dirt cheap. You will need at least two sheets everytime you blot the oil off your face. They are not as good as more expensive sheets like the Sephora brand ones or the Boscia ones, but you get what you pay for. However, they still do the job so I think it is a product definitely worth trying out!
I was soooooo excited to see a 3-pack of these for $3 at Target recently. I live and die by blotting papers as my skin gets really oily during the day and have always thought they were more expensive than they should be. These work fine, but they are just too darn small! I have to use 3 sheets to do my whole face: 1 for my forehead, and 1 for each cheek/chin. Being that there are 50 sheets in a pack, I will go through them very quickly, thereby negating any savings by purchasing the $3 pack. I will use the rest of them, but I will not re-purchase.
They don't work!
I've tried them and honestly save yourself those few bucks and buy a product from them that works but not these. To me they seem to just add shine then take away.
These blotting sheets are super thin. I needed two sheets to complete the job. The packaging is really annoying too. I couldn't get my package to close again, and unlike other brands of blotting papers, these don't dispense one sheet at a time. So, it's difficult to keep from pulling out more sheets than you need. On the up side, these only cost a $1 a package. Personally, I'd rather pay a dollar or two more and get blotting sheets I really like, but these would do in a pinch.
These blotting sheets are super thin (I find them to be a lot thinner than the Sephora and Bosca ones that I have used in the past). They do seem to work, although I have had better results with other brands. I find that sometimes I need to use more than one. However, this isn't really a problem for me as this product is very inexpensive.
Overall, I think that the packaging and amount (50 sheets per package) is ok. I wish the blotting sheets were a bit thicker, but for the price, I feel that they are a steal. I would definitley purchase them again and recommend them to anyone looking for inexpensive blotting sheets.
These sheets are wonderful. They are a bit thin so I usually need at least two ( so gave them 4*) but many other brands are the same way. For the price they can't be beat. I buy 6 packs at a time.
Target has a 3 pack of these out right now for the holidays, so I decided to give them a try finally. I have previously used Palladio blotting sheets and Biore. The Palladio ones are decent and the Biore doesn't seem to absorb oil the greatest.
2 issues off the bat with these sheets. They are small. Absolutely need 2 and could probably use 3 per blotting. And then the packaging is annoying, each sheet doesn't come out individually. It is easy to grab several when trying to get one out.
Plus side.. super cheap. I don't like paying a lot for blotting papers.. I mean it's something you pat your face with and throw in the trash, come on! Also... does a great job of absorbing the oil. I'm always slightly fascinated and then slightly grossed out after blotting lol
For a dollar, you can't go wrong. But I wouldn't pay anymore than that per pack.
These are economical blotting papers that work well for my dry skin. Clean and Clear blotting papers have ingredients that are way too drying for me. I need to blot because my lotion or sunscreen will make my T zone appear shiny. These have not irritaed me nor are they overly absorbent as some blotting papers have been. In that case with or without added ingredients for the skin, the paper itself further dried out my skin by absorbing too much, we don't want to be oily but too matte is unnatural. Like these a lot!
There super cheap, but thats where the goodness ends. You need at least 5 sheets to get the same amount of oil off as other brands. Not good for oily skin, only for people who need occasional touchup...