Unlisted Brand • Lehcaresor Papier Poudre • Powders
|Would buy this product again.||85%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
This is my new HG blotting sheet. I bought mine from sasa.com for $.80 a booklet! So cheap for such a great product. It usually takes more than one sheet to get all the oil on my face, this one only takes one, with some room to spare. It leaves my face feeling fresh! Definitely buying again!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This is a HG item for my oily skin.The Body Shop no longer has these, but I think Caswell-Massey still carries them. I prefer blotting sheets like these with powder--they just do a better job of eliminating shine. I usually get the medium tinted ones in Rachel (since I'm not fair.) It can be hard to remove one at a time and figure out which side has powder, but that's my only criticism.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Red, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Green
This is the only blotting paper I use. Firstly, itís ridiculously cheap (around 3,50 Euros for a package of 65 sheets). Secondly, the sheets absorb oil very well, and the packaging is very convenient. Definitely recommended!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Medium, Neutral Hair: Black, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Black
Sorry for not 5 lippies but I don't like this blotting paper. My face gets shiny within an hour and the package is not userfriendly. The shets are attached to a small booklet. If I don't keep it back in the plastic bag, the powder spill in my mu bag. Besides, the size is too small, about 3" by 2" and most blotting sheets in the market is the sizes around 3.5" by 2.5". This papier is very similar to brown napkin paper from some foodcourts. I purchased 9 packs and I regret that I purchased that much without trying first. If you have oily face and hate blotting every hour, try C.O. Bigelow Extra Light Face Lotion. I didn't blot my face since 9 this morning and now, 7:25pm with that lotion and zero shine. BTW, normally I can fry egg on my face without sticking ;)
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
How I love these little guys.... They're wonderful for me! The only problem is that they're the devil to find!! I bought a whole box of 'em off ebay a while back, and they should last me an eternity. They're just lightly powdered paper sheets that both absorb oil and leave a light deposit of powder behind. They're just perfect for me, plus they're small and easy to carry, and do just what I want them to do.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I've been using it for a few years. It absorbs oil well without much effort. The packaging is not bad and it's really 'dirt cheap'! It costs HKD$5, which is US$0.7.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Oily Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
Lehcaresor Papier Poudre in Rose (Naturelle) contains 65 2-inch by 2 3/4" sheets. Description from inside the front cover: "Directions for use: Gently press powdered side over the face. This will lift away oils and blemishes leaving your skin feeling fresh and clean. Papier Poudre has special absorbent qualities for cleansing the pores, removing the shine and dust; leaving a trace of delicately scented powder. Ingredients: talc, kaolin, magnesium silicate, magnesium carbonate, titanium dioxide, iron oxides. Produced by The Jet Stationary Co. Ltd. London SE14 6EB, England. Sole proprietors of Papier Poudre." Also available in White and Rachel (light skin).
This is what Body Shop used to sell before they developed their own version of blotting sheets. A quick google search later, I've now learned quite a few things about my favourite product: It has been sold since 1903!-wow, over 100 years. And still going strong, based on all the different language results I got. How many other beauty implements are still used today that were fashionable in 1903? Whalebone undies? Coaldust as mascara? Burnt-out match as liner?
PROS: cheap! ($3 at Beautyhabit - Also available at dramaqueenstyle and beautyandnature websites). Does not break up when dropped like regular pressed powder. No mirror needed to apply. Easy to carry in pants/skirt pocket all day long. Soaks up oil and perspiration, therefore perfect for my super-oily skin. And they smell way better than Biore sheets.
CONS: No matter what they say about lifting away blemishes and cleansing pores, I suspect these sheets cause blackheads, not prevent. The quality of powder is not up to par with all the best pressed powders but it's not totally horrible either. Must be ordered online, since I don't know of any other brick-and-mortar stores that carry these since Body Shop discontinued them.