Palladio • oil absorbing rice paper tissues with rice powder • Skincare - Face
|Would buy this product again.||86%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Oily, Dark, Warm Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I have tried many blotting papers (more recently the expensiveness that is Boscia) and these are my absolute favorite!!!! I love that they leave a slight bit of powder to prevent the oil from coming back. I only need to use these once (midday) and I'm good for the rest of the day. The thing that is great about these is that they are less than $4, the packaging is quite sturdy, and they actually work! 1 paper sucks the oil off my entire face. I'll never be without these and I use the ones with the translucent powder. LOVE!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Olive, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
i love these rice papers!! i have very oily skin, i used to suffer from hormonal acne(now treating that w/ bcp) and have the skin type that you need to literally wipe off every couple hours. these work much better for me than those blue clean n clear sheets. when i use the clean n clears they stick to my face and i sort of peel them off- afterwords you can see the little dots from my pores. i have to use 2 of those to do the job and they do mess up your makeup if you have large pores. you see the dots also on your face.
the palladios really soak up the oil while you can deposit rice powder at the same time. or just use the non powdered side if you just want to blot. i dont see any dots from my pores and just a tiny amount of makeup comes off, barely noticeable and leaves your makeup looking fresher than before. using these i get compliments on how smooth my face looks- unbelievable! i blot every 1.5 hrs haha kind of obsessive but these are quick and easy and you get a great result. i use the "warm beige" option and use one paper a day if even that, i even cut them in half sometimes. there are only a handful of products that i can say really have made a difference in my appearance and this is one of them!!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
I like these a lot. I use the "translucent". They are thick paper and double-sided, so it only takes one to handle my whole face. One side is plain and the other side is powdered. That give me the choice to powder or not. The powder isn't really noticeable on me, but it's a nice option. The paper is a bit heavy and stiff compared to some of the other blotting sheets I've used, but I don't mind it. I think it gives them more "staying power. These are definitely part of my daily "to go" kit.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Red, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
I recently rediscovered these and I forgot how great they are. I've been using Clean and Clear, generic brand oil blotting sheets from the drugstore and I've sampled a few other high end brands. I have the rice paper sheets in "Natural" and the color blends well with the mineral powder foundation I wear (LM in Tender Rose, sometimes PF in translucent light). I don't see any noticebale color deposit after using these to blot my nose, etc. The only thing left behind is a nice matte finish. These do a good job at soaking up the oil and sometimes I can use both sides, which I can't do with other blotting sheets because they soak right through.
I prefer this packaging to the C&C. The C&C sheets always come out 3-4 at a time no matter how I use it and that gets really annoying when the sheets fly all over my purse or desk at work.
The price is fair, I've paid a lot more for blotting sheets that didn't work as well. I highly recommend these to other people who suffer from the oil works like I do.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black Eyes: Black
Albeit paper, the rice powder layered on it helps to absorb oil so perfectly - this rivals the performance of oil blotting sheets (ex. Clean and Clear). Also, the powder is slightly tinted so that while you blot, you are simultaneously powdering your face a bit, which also makes your face look more matte after usage - my skin is super oily like many others here, so this extra boost is really helpful. My face does look more polished and refreshed after blotting with this product. The only complaints that I have is regarding the packaging, which seems a bit flimsy, and the size of the blotting papers, which are a bit small to my liking (well, smaller than the average oil blotting sheets out there).
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Oily, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I love this product. I swear I have the oiliest face on the earth. If only we could use facial oil for cars, the nation would be set if they came to me. XD
Anyway, this product helps me soooo much throughout the day. With other brands of blotting papers, it would take me at least 3 sheets to get all the oil off my face. With Palladio, it only takes me 1. I love the fact that this has the powder on it, so it helps me combine 1 steps in one. I usually use mineral foundation along with the Palladio Rice Powder to set it. I love love love the sheets though. Best sheets to date! HG status! =)
I found these at my local Nordstrom's Rack for almost $4 a pack. A little pricey, but well worth it!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Brown
I looove these! I've been using them now for over 6 months or so and I never wanna be without them! I have very oily skin, and back when I used the Clean and Clear blotting sheets, I always needed 2 at a time. lol I have these in Warm Beige and the powdered side is perfect for taking away the shine and refreshing my makeup at the same time. I no longer need to carry around my Everyday Minerals finishing dust with me. They're also double the size of the C&C ones, so I only need one! I've also tried the translucent ones but it's not so translucent (at least on me), I find that they still show a pale-ish cast on my olive/tan skin. So, darker complected girls, you may wanna try the Warm Beige first. Unfortunately, that's the darkest one they have out right now. I hope Palladio expands their shade selection because these are great! I purchase these at both Ulta and Sally's Beauty Supply, but in general, I find that Ulta is much more lenient with their return policy, similar to Sephora. Returning products at my local Sally's is always a headache.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Brown
I got these yesterday, and so far I used a couple because my face gets very oily.
I really like how these have two sides. I first use the regular side to get rid of oil and the other side with the powder to stay matte.
I don't like how they are large, though. It's like two papers together, and it's just too big. They are also very crunchy and you really have to rub them hard over your skin to absorb the oil.
I prefer the CVS brand ones a lot better, since they are softer, smaller, and absorb oil easier.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Olive, Cool Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
This is like a sham-wow for you face!! It takes off any trace of oil. Normally I wouldn't pay money for blotting paper but these work sooo well and make my face feel clean after a long day, so I can justify purchasing these. I would never waste money on the Clean and Clear because they just don't compare.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I like the fact that this product can be used on either side. I first use the non powdered side to blot away my excess oils and then I flip it over to touch up any powder that has rubbed off throughout the day. So it's kind of like 2 products in 1 (oil blotting sheet/blotting powder) and I no longer have to carry my powder compact with me everywhere I go. Leaves a nice matte finish on my skin. You just have to be gentle when handling these sheets because the powder can rub off pretty easily and get all over your clothes. I bought these on sale at $2.99 at Sally Beauty Supply and when I ran out I paid the full price of $3.49 which isn't too bad for 40 sheets IMO.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Medium Eyes: Brown
I was a little disappointed with this product as it wasn't as effective as I had hoped. The rice powder was also quite annoying and I never used it. Every time I'd pat these paper tissues on my face, my skin would feel rough afterwards for some reason, which kind of scared me off of them. Maybe I'll try the Clean & Clear blotting tissues but I will most likely not repurchase these...
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I didn't like these at all. When I blotted my face, obvious bits of rice powder were left behind. When I pulled a sheet from the package, powder came with it and got all over my clothing. I also felt that they did not do very good job at absorbing excess oil. The papers aren't very flexible and I had issues molding them to my face shape. I prefer the Boscia blotting sheets to these.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
So far the best blotting sheets I've used and I've tried at least five different kinds. I like the fact that it has a light layer of rice powder to keep excess oil at bay through out the day. It only takes one sheet to blott my entire face. I use it once maybe twice a day. I recommend the translucent kind since it won't mess with your blush and such. I have ance prone skin and it's never broken me out.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
love these! they get rid of the oil and refresh my powder quickly and descreetly at work. i havent touched my powder compact since i started using these. i also like that these sheets are pretty big and cover more area than my elf sheets did. def HG!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I guess I am on the other end here. I wasn't impressed with these at all. My skin got very irritated after using this, and I am thinking it's the rice powder. (I got a similar reaction from a rice powder primer I tried). It didnt absorb an oils that I could tell either and was too hard to really mold to my face the way I like. I like face secrets version without the rice powder much better.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
these are great for oily skin. i like how they're biodegradable as well, not like those plastic/rubbery sheets by clean & clear. 1 sheet is usually good enough for my whole face. the only issue i have is that sometimes, the powder comes off the paper in flakes on my skin, but i just brush them away with my fingers and i'm good to go!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I read about this on MUA and was very interested in trying it. I was trying to stay away from my HG Clean and Clear sheets because of the mineral oil (I have very sensitive skin, although haven't had any issues with the mineral oil--I'm just trying to be proactive). I recently gave up face powder so I have been relying on the Clean and Clear sheets to control oil 100%. I probably use about 5 or 6 per day as I have very oily skin. Months ago, I had searched for the Palladio sheets at Sally's and couldn't find them. I searched every Sally's in Omaha and they weren't to be found. So, I figured that I just lived in hicksville and would have to do without and gave up. Fast forward many months and I was at Sally's again looking for another product recommended by MUA and saw these sitting at the checkout counter on sale for $2.99. I don't know how much they usually are, but $2.99 was a decent price--cheaper than Clean and Clear. You get 40 large sheets in a little package (the sheets are larger than the package; they are just folded in half). These sheets are much bigger than the Clean and Clear ones. My only reservation was the rice powder. As I said, i gave up powder. But, so far, I havent' had a reaction to the rice powder. Also, I hate oil blotting sheets that have loads of powder on them and they leave you looking like a clown with a dusting of whitish powder on your face. That is why I have always used the C&C ones. The rice powder on these is almost imperceptable. It just leaves you looking naturally matte. Not powdery matte, but the "I just have perfect looking skin."
If you live in Hicksville like me, don't worry, Omaha now carries these! They are definitely worth a try. I have been using C&C sheets ever since they came out (10 years ago? maybe more) and anything else I have tried has not come close to being as good. This is the first oil blotting sheet that I would say is better than the C & C ones by far.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Other
These are AWESOME!!! Good price for the quanity and quality of sheets in the box - 40 count I think! Love the matte finish it leaves...if I feel like it leaves to much on my face I simply run a brush over it. I use them mostly for my forehead, which can leave my bangs oily... and the creases of my nose. You can see the amount of oil that it is removing and you can use the matte finish if you want or use the other side if you don't want the matte finish. This is a great product to have handy during the day!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
LOVE LOVE LOVE these little papers!!!!!!!! I love that each sheet has 2 sides - one with a tiny bit of rice powder on it to leave a matte finish and the other just plain to blot away oil without leaving powder if you choose. They are SO MUCH BETTER than Clean & Clear.... like 20 times better!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I've been buying these since I was 14 years old, and I am now almost 23... you can say I am a devoted Rice Paper customer! :)
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
Love this stuff.... works really well.. picked it up for 3.99 for 40 popup tissues which i like more so than the burts bees kind.. which are a little more messy and dont come out one at a time and they dont really go back in willingly if you pull out 3 or 4 instead of one