Clean & Clear Oil Absorbing Sheets
I have the oiliest skin. Seriously. THE oiliest. I use oil controlling face wash, oil controlling makeup primer, oil controlling foundation, and I STILL have issues with oiliness. This means that I won't get a lot of wrinkles, but I still have to deal with having a face so shiny that I look like some kind of grease monster. Few people know just how oily my face can get when left unchecked, mainly because I carry blotting papers with me everywhere I go, and use them religiously. I've tried all kinds of oil control methods, but Clean & Clear* Oil Absorbing Sheets are by far the best. *To be completely honest with you, I don't buy the Clean & Clear sheets - I get the Target generic version of the Clean & Clear sheets. They're EXACTLY the same, and you get more sheets for less money. While we're talking about Target, let me tell you that it is the only place I recommend always going for the generic - they make products that are carbon copies of the real stuff. We're talking indistinguishable from the original.
The thing that sets Clean & Clear sheets apart is that they're not just blotting papers - they're made of some kind of silky futuristic material that manages to soak up TONS of nastiness from your face. As someone with super oily skin, I can tell you that regular rice paper (or paper of any kind) blotting sheets are bullshit. I have to use four of them to pick up the oil one Clean & Clear sheet can grab. If you want to get down to business, oil control wise, you need to get some Clean & Clear Oil Absorbing Sheets, and forget all others.
The sheets come in this ingenius little package: Theres a sticky square on the cover flap, and you press down on the package before you open it up, and boom! There's a sheet attached to the stickum all ready for your use. The pack is also super thin, so you can put it in your back pocket, wallet, the secret tampon pocket in your handbag, wherever. I actually keep one in my secret tampon pocket (That's what that's called, right? That's what I call it.), and one in my wallet. Plus I always have a pack in my makeup bag. Because once you get used to having a grease-free face, you get addicted.
Fun fact! I call my Oil Absorbing Sheets "Greasy Sheets," making something already unattractive even less appealing. But hey, these are things we have to deal with. Countries could start wars over the oil on my face, but thanks to Greasy Sheets,my oiliness is a secret just between you, me, and the entire internet.