These sheets are a godsend! The package easily fits in my purse and the sheets remove all traces of oil without smudging makeup. Love them!
These are a must for me! I have them in my purse at all times. It does a great job of absorbing oil and not messing up your makeup.
This is my holy grail. Although the one I am using now is called Oil Control Film, it is basically the same thing. I do not go anywhere without this. Due to my oily T-zone, this product is a MUST for me. It absorbs oil in one second and my face becomes totally matte after using it. The material of the film is made so that there is no unpleasant crinkling sounds which sometimes attracts unwanted attention in public. I am in love with this product. Will never stop purchasing it!
I've used these sheets ever since they hit the market. They're perfect for someone with combo or oily skin. I tried every powder out there and it simply didn't do the trick. These blotters allow you to maintain your make-up while erasing the oil like magic.
I'm confused why people claim these are expensive. The only comparable product out there is by MAC which is $15 for 30 sheets. WalMart currently has these for $8 for a pack of 2. That's 100 sheets which will probably last you 4 months...if not more.
I'd rather have a nice compact case of blotters that don't ruin my make-up than pay $4 for a coffee at Starbucks just to get their napkins or use toilet-seat covers that have fecal matter on them (the particles of urine and feces go into the air anytime someone flushes and are absorbed into toilet paper and seat covers...think of that next time you're at a public restroom).
Anyway, this product is a must and doesn't even compare to anything else on or off the market.
The BEST! I've used all types of oily blotting sheets and these I feel are the most effective.
I like that there's no powder on it, just pat pat and the oil sticks on. Also, I like how it doesn't feel like I'm using wax paper or toilet paper cover sheets on my face!
I like the packaging in that at first it sticks very well and pulls out a sheet for me no problem but after a while it sucks... Not that this really matters of course!
I have yet to find any product that works as effectively as this one for its price point. Great product for absorbing excess oil mid-day without ruining the make-up.
I always have these stuck in my purse for those quick oil-absorbing touch-ups throughout the day. They do exactly what they say they do. Perfect for removing that oil especially in my t-zone area without smudging my makeup. Face looks fresh and I'm ready to go! Will definitely be my go-to product for my wedding day!
Way over priced though! Some cheap alternatives are: clean toilet seat covers, gift tissue paper, or Starbucks napkins!
I've been using this product for years. I carry a pack pretty much faithfully with me at all times but during the summer I wouldn't be caught dead without one. You know this product is effective by the results on your face, after using it I no longer look like I applied baby oil to go sunbathing. But I've always been a sucker for tangible results and I love the fact that you can see the oil that's been absorbed on the clothe.
Great product that does exactly what it's suppose to do, absorbs oil and doesn't smudge makeup. Clean & Clear Oil Absorbing Sheets are a must have for the summer (there is nothing worse than oily, sweaty skin)!
I canít leave the house with these. I've tried many different kinds, but these (or the target version) are the ones I return to. They pick up your oilies, donít mess up your makeup, and the price is perfect! Until thereís a cure for oily skin, Iíll use these!
I like these. I used to use one everyday right after lunch as I would notice my skin getting oily around my t-zone. They do a great job at absorbing the oil without messing up my makeup. They work well at what they are supposed to do.
On a side note, I think it's funny how people comment about using the Starbucks napkins. Yes they work and I have used them when I am there. But they aren't free. They still cost money to buy and manufacture.That's why you are paying 4 bucks for a measly cup of coffee. :) continued >>