The ability to blot sheets to absorb excess oil makes them a lifesaver for those of us with oily complexions. It is one of the most effective methods of removing shine from your face without interfering with your makeup application. These oil absorbing sheets allow you to remove oil from your face no matter where you are, without having to rush to the bathroom for a quick powder touch-up in the middle of the day.
What’s the DIY Hack?
These are useful all year round, but especially in the summer when our faces become ten times sweatier and oilier than in the winter.
It is possible to make your own sheets at home using the following method.
This easy DIY project is excellent for those who want to save money, can’t locate them locally, or just want to show off their inner beauty nut and make a thoughtful gift for a friend.
You will require the following materials:
- Toilet seat covers or thick, soft tissue papers.
- Essential Oils.
- Setting powder with a translucent appearance.
- The size of a small envelope or container.
This technique is fantastic since it allows you to customize the ingredients to suit your preferences or facial needs, which is quite convenient. It consists of the simple steps procedure mentioned below.
You can make your rice paper or buy affordable, dye-free, eco-friendly tissue paper. Use toilet-seat covers to make this even cheaper. First, flatten the tissue sheets and creases by placing them under a heavy book for a few days.
You can also customize the oil blend and the papers to suit your skin’s demands. Use oil-controlling essential oils like tea tree or lavender that are kinder for combination skin.
Trace your compact or container onto a bundle of tissue paper and carefully cut it around the edge.
Then, cut enough sheets to fill your container and arrange them in without overlapping. You can swap the middle sheets to ensure they get the full benefit of the essential oils’ rich deliciousness.
Dust the sheets with a small amount of transparent powder. Matte sheets would help remove extra oil.
After the essential oil is finished, add approximately 1/2 teaspoon arrowroot powder to the bottle for added powder power. The powder can help persons with lighter skin tones and oilier skin absorb excess oil, although it is not required for all skin types. If necessary, toss the sheets about to get the bottom ones, then shake them well.
Allow the sheets to dry naturally, then use them to gently wipe away excess oil from your T-zone and other oily areas. Shake off any excess powder and save the sheets in an envelope or small container for use as a portable shine-fighting remedy.
These work well at eliminating excess oil and dulling the skin. Even if it doesn’t work quite as well as store-bought rice paper versions, they work, are cheap, and take only a few minutes to make.