Papier Poudre

Papier Poudre was developed at the beginning of the 20th century when face powder was applied at the dressing table at the commencement of the day and would have to last all day while away from the home.

The powder compact was not generally available and it was considered improper to wear make up in public, hence Papier Poudre's convenient small sheets of powdered paper, which could be easily carried in a handbag and used discreetly without the use of a mirror. 

The natural ingredients of Lehcaresor Papier Poudre have special absorbent qualities for cleansing the pores, lifting oil, dust and dirt from the skin, and soaking up excess oils to keep your face looking fresh and natural, removing shine, and leaving a trace of delicately scented powder for an instant matte finish to make up.


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