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Friday Find: Control Your Shine with Boscia Fashionably Matte Blotting Linens

Friday Find: Control Your Shine with Boscia Fashionably Matte Blotting Linens

We can’t help but admire Angela Basset’s gorgeous matte skin.  But what does that have to do with you? It’s blazing hot, and if you have oily skin, no doubt you are fighting shine with a madness. Rather than grabbing your overused powder compact ( which just exacerbates the problem) try blotting your troubles away with a lovely, ladylike oil-absorbing linen from Boscia?  The limited edition of Boscia Fashionable Matte Blotting Linens are prettier than most compacts, and they remove shine without removing your makeup.

We know because we have a pack in every purse…

Details about Fashionably Matte from Boscia:

Boscia Fashionably Matte Blotting Papers 3 packWhat it is:
A set containing everything you need to stay fashionably matte.

What it is formulated to do:
This eye-catching floral box inspired by traditional Japanese prints has everything you need to stay fashionably matte during the holiday season. Instantly blot away excess oil without disturbing your makeup using finely woven linen made from 100 percent natural leaf fibers from the exotic Abaca tree plant. Not only do you have the 100 count Green Tea Blotting Linens and 100 count Fresh Blotting Linens, but also a beautiful floral limited-edition blotting linen holder, so even the ritual looks lovely.

This set contains:
– 100 Sheets Green Tea Blotting Linens
– 100 Sheets Fresh Blotting Linens
– Linen holder

What it is formulated WITHOUT:
– Parabens
– Sulfates
– Synthetic Fragrances
– Synthetic Dyes
– Phthalates
– GMOs
– Triclosan

What else you need to know:
This set is preservative- and ethanol alcohol-free, and is 100 percent artificial fragrance and artificial color free. It is dermatologist tested and pH balanced with no animal testing and no animal ingredients. The plastic cover of the linen holder is 100 percent biodegradable.

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