I’ve been a huge fan of the Tatcha Rice Enzyme Powder and Camelia Cleansing Oil for over a year now and a few weeks ago it was time to stock up again. Although the cleansers are expensive and it’s painful to part with that much money for something that is washed down the sink, they easily last over 6 months even when used twice a day. I was so impressed by my first foray into Tatcha that I decided to try the Deep Cleansing Rice Powder, the Eye Masks, the much-raved about Dewy Skin Face Mist and the Supple Moisturizer.
Of all these purchases, the first one that I had to try was the Deep Hydration Eye Masks. This time of year when my skin dry and sallow, my under-eye bags are particularly noticeable. Although these slide around your face unless you lie down flat when they’re on, they quickly moisturize the skin under your eyes and keep them looking bright all day. However, these cost almost three times as much as my beloved Boscia Sake Hydrogel Eye Masks (Tatcha costs $12 for one pair while Boscia costs $15 for 3 sets) and those remain on my eye even when I walk around.
The next product that spoke to me was the Dewy Skin Face Mist. Many a blogger has raved about this and I was an easy sell. This promises to provide a luminous glow when misted either over or on top of your makeup. I prefer to use this under my makeup to provide some slip and dewiness under my foundation because it tends to look a little wet when sprayed over a finished face. A word of caution for my acne-prone skin girls: this contains algae, a highly comedogenic ingredient, so it’s best used sparingly if you’re prone to clogging.
So far, the Tatcha line has not lead me astray and I will continue buying their cleansing products far into the future. Let me know if there are any products that you’ve tried from the range and loved!