Lost in Translation

Published in: Daily Beauty

Can somebody please translate what this package of Gatsby oil blotting papers says?

I wish I took more language classes in college, sigh.

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  1. Isabel says:

    omg, i love these!! they’re so much bigger than Clean & Clear’s and they’re cheaper! i could only find them in Seoul though – are they available in the US? i wish i could help you translate the packaging but i’m not a japanese speaker.

  2. Cheng says:

    The top says “extra strength!” Next to No. 1, it means “absorbing power.” And on the bottom line, it says “extra strength blotting sheets” (or more literally, face oil paper). Sorry, I don’t know what the last two lines say. :)

  3. V. says:

    The last two lines say that because it’s a super-absorbing film, it even absorbs the oil from deep within the pores.
    .-= V.’s last blog post… 2010 03 09 Sweater =-.

  4. V. says:

    Oh! And I love these too! They’re really good.
    .-= V.’s last blog post… 2010 03 09 Sweater =-.

  5. Xin says:

    I use these and they’re great. Gatsby also makes oil blotting papers with translucent powder on them – those are great too!

  6. mumo says:

    Hi, Karen.
    I’m cosme blogger in Japan(Japanese) .I love your Blog!
    GATSBY is the cosmetic brand for young men.
    last two lines says “A powerful film absorbs the oil of a deep pore” ;)

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