As you can see Tatch Aburatorigami is the color of natural handmade paper; it is made of 100% Abaca leaf and gold flakes. The Tatcha Evening Aburatorigami is black as night; it is made from 100% Abaca leaf, charcoal, and gold leaf. If you look below, you can see the sporadic gold flakes shining in the paper.
When you pull the paper out, it feels delicate, but strong. It soaks up facial oil effectively for a petal fresh look every time.
Overall, the Tatcha blotting papers have a beautiful background story and are pure luxury in presentation and construction. Tatcha Aburatorigami ($12 for 30 sheets) and Tatcha Evening Aburatorigami ($15 for 40 sheets) are available at Tatcha online as well as Barney's New York. Thanks for reading! Have you experienced or passed by Tatcha counters? What do you think of Asian inspired skincare? What are your favorite blotting papers?
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