Victoria Tsai, the founder of Tatcha, describes the cream as a “sprinkler for your skin. ” Rich with Japanese wild rose and leopard lily, it not only offers botanicals, but also powerful superfoods like green tea, rice, and algae that help restore radiance.
The clean, Meghan Markle–approved brand inspired by classical Japanese beauty rituals is a consistent top seller at Sephora, with thousands of reviews on cult-favorite products like The Water Cream moisturizer and The Rice Polish exfoliant.
And while it seems like a new launch pops up every other day, certain best-selling brands have no problem maintaining a spot on the totem pole of can't-live-without-it products, and Tatcha skin care is one of them.
Packed with silk extract, white peony extract, and Tatcha’s signature Hadasei-3 Complex of superfoods, this eye cream is great for all skin types and for fighting fine lines overnight.
The Fukubukuro Lucky Bag Event, inspired by the Japanese tradition whereby merchants sell mixed bags of mystery contents at discounted prices, is the perfect reason to upgrade your winter skin-care routine.
Packed with purple rice bran, which is an ingredient that's rich in anthocyanin (an antioxidant that helps your complexion recover from stress and pollution), this plumping moisturizer is what fresh-faced golden hour selfies are made of.
Sure the words lucky and mystery wouldn't typically inspire the most confidence when it comes to luxury-skin-care promotions, but there's a reason Tatcha comes up time and time again on best-sellers lists.
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