My thoughts – Boscia California Orange Blotting Linens

My thoughts – Boscia California Orange Blotting Linens

by on July 26, 2017 · 2 comments

Boscia pronounced (BO-sha) is a preservative free Japanese skincare range that has only come onto my COPD radar because of my fellow blogging beauty Kizzy of Kizzy on line. She is always in the know about the latest skincare goodies and is the only person I’ve ever seen look cute in a shower cap! After reading Kizzy’s Boscia review I purchased the Luminizing Black Mask; and then I thought it would be rude not to buy anything else so I got Pore Purifying Black Nose strips and the California Orange blotters too.

I’ve been using Clean & Clear oil blotters for years and they do a really good job but aren’t sold in the UK, so I’ve been ordering them off eBay in bulk or buying them when I go back to the US. The Boscia blotting linens are double the size of the C&C oil blotters and they are like a stronger form of tissue paper. They also come a in lovely little book and yes they are delicately scented with an orange fragrance which makes them a bit special.

Before 

After applying to my afternoon face

As you can see from the above pictures the linen doesn’t fall apart after you use it. My face gets pretty greasy throughout the day so using blotters is a must. These luxury linens don’t disturb you make either, and because they are bigger you don’t need to use as many. At $10 for a pack of 100 some people might see them as an unnecessary extravagance but I think they are worth it!

What do you use to mop up your oily complexion?

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Rocaille
July 26, 2017 at 12:30 am

I’ve been using Palladio Rice Paper blotting sheets, I think they’re covered with a layer of translucent rice powder, so they not only soak up the oils, but also deposit some of the powder on the skin without making it look too cakey. These however sound super lovely, and I don’t think $10 is a lot for a 100 sheets!

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July 26, 2017 at 9:57 pm

Hey Rocaille – Glad you agree with me about the price. I’ve not see the Palladio Rice Papers but there is something here called Paper Poudre that does the same thing. Thanks for you comment hun. x

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