- How To
- Absorbs more sebum, moisture, and skin oils.
- Skin friendly and hygienic.
- Selective absorption doesn’t absorb moisture from makeup.
- Lightly press blotting paper on oily part of the skin.
- Never rub paper; just press on skin lightly so the paper absorbs on excessive sebum, moisture, and oils.
- Use the front part of the paper with a brighter color.
This blotting paper has better sebum absorption because it is made from twice processed dioscorea ingredients. It absorbs 7 more sebum, skin oils, and other skin moisture than other commercial blotting papers. Sebum is the main cause of oily skin.
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Hemp, natural flax linen, pulp; calcium carbonate, kaolin, and dye pigment
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