Oil blotting sheets have become a staple in my makeup bag (and makeup kits) for wherever I am. But the one thing I can say is that I'm no loyalist when it comes to them. From generic to Boscia, and everything else in between, I'll use whatever I can get my hands on for the simple fact that I go through them so quickly (as quickly as one goes through a bottle of vitamins).
So as someone who switches freely between different brands, I do like them. I think their size it great and it makes it easier to use. The only thing that is annoying though is that they seem to be almost too thin and their absorbency is a bit low. While the directions say that you can use both sides, the oils get through the sheets really quickly and render the other side useless. That in itself isn't much of a deal breaker since you can always just grab another sheet to blot. But that's where there's a slight problem for me.
Is it bad? I wouldn't say that. But it's not satisfactory for my oily skin woes. These are a bit pricey which normally I wouldn't mind if they got the job done in the first place. For those will very oily skin, I'd probably stay away from this unless you enjoy the novelty of it. If you don't have skin that is super oily, then this might be right up your alley.
Product: Tatcha Aburatorigami
Takeaway: While the sheets work the way that they should, they are thin and do not absorb that much which requires multiple sheets. Given how much they cost, how oily my face is (and how little they help that issue), and how much I have to use, it doesn't really seem worth it to me.