Tatcha Beauty Review

Tatcha Beauty Review

Recently I had the pleasure of trying Tatcha beauty products. The Tatcha company discovered a two hundred year old text written in the twilight of Japan’s Edo period renaissance. It is the oldest beauty book written in Japan, consisting of ingredients, extraction systems and rituals which form the foundation of Eastern skin care. They recreated the original formulas with natural science leaders in the US and Japan. Tatcha’s skin care ritual focuses on purifying, nourishing, and protecting the skin, returning it to its original vital balance and beauty.

The products that I tried and reviewed are: Pure one step camellia cleansing oil that melted away make up for petal fresh skin. Polished classic rice enzyme powder a water-activated powder-to-cream polish, Radiant deep brightening serum, moisture rich silk cream is an anti-aging moisturizer, and Aburatorigami Japanese beauty papers.

The ritual I followed was done in four simple steps:
1. Apply the One Step Camellia Cleansing Oil
2. Apply the Rice Enzyme Powder
3. Apply the Deep Brightening Serum
4. Lastly, Apply the Moisturizer Rich Silk Cream.

The One Step Camellia Cleansing Oil was great, it made my face look very clean and more clearer and took of my leftover make up with ease. The Classic Rice Enzyme Powder was easy to apply and scrubbed my pours well and after my face was dry it actually left my face really, really soft. The product exfoliates without harsh abrasives. The Deep Brightening Serum made my skin look very nice, it just added this “umph” to it. The moisture rich silk cream is just as great! I’ve been using these products for about 3 weeks now and although it calls to use it for 4-6 weeks for results, I have seen a difference in my face. My skin is so smooth, and clear. I have even had less breakouts. And lastly, the Japanese beauty papers are supposed to soak up the oils on your face. Well, it did just that! I put it on my forehead, nose, and the rest of my face. And literally, instantly my face wasn’t oily, not one bit! But maybe a half hour later I could use another paper because the oil just comes right back. All these products worked very, very well and I would definitely recommend each and everyone of these products to people wanted to bring out their true facial beauty! Also, visit their site, Tatcha.com and read more about their uprising history, and products that fit your skin.

Right now you can enter to win a Tatcha $500 Gift Card!

Flawless beauty is the geisha’s gift, discovered through secrets passed down from one generation to the next — and now from TATCHA to you.

Click here to enter your email address you could win a $500 TATCHA Gift Card. Contest ends 11:59 pm PST on 9/17/2012.

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Disclosure I received Tatcha products for free from tatcha.com in exchange for an honest review. Regardless, I only recommend products or services that I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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  1. This sounds absolutely heavenly!

  2. Never heard of them before… but sounds like they have some great products!!

  3. patricia woolverton says

    I love Tatcha! Their products are one of the best skin products I have ever tried. Great review.

  4. Angel Poling says

    This product is just beautiful, I love geishas, and would love to have that perfect complexion

  5. I will definitely try this one after I ma done with another beauty product for review. i will join the contest too and hope to win

  6. I really need some good skin care products to give my skin the “umph” you talked about in your review. I’m definitely going to check out the giveaway and look more into these products. Thanks!

  7. Tatcha products sound really great. I’d love to try them!

  8. I like the sound of the Rice Enzyme Powder. It seems like it would do a great job if exfoliating and removing dead skill cells from your face. I love products like that! I am a skincare junkie- can never have too many products.

  9. Debra Gordon says

    These products look very interesting, Thought personally I’m not sure if I have the time to daily do 4 steps just to wash my face. I think some of these would be fun to try out.

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