You can thank profligate Japanese royalty for Tatcha's elegant blotting papers: during Imperial times, handmade paper was used to protect gold and silver as it was hammered into decorative gold leaf. Geishas used the leftover papers, flecked with precious metals, to keep their skin matte.
How it Works
Handmade from durable abaca fibers and real gold leaf, these blotting papers are all-natural and highly absorbent. They pick up oil without ruining makeup, and don't leave a powdery residue. And because the sheets are twice the size of normal blotting papers, they go twice as far.
How to Use
Lightly pat oily sections of face with a clean sheet, using both sides until skin is dry.
100% abaca leaf, gold flake