Just a reminder the 20% off at Tatcha.com ends soon (on December 8th) with code FF2014. Here are some of my favorites:
The Tatcha Luminous Deep Hydrating Eye Mask ($12 each) is truly a pleasure to use. It’s a treat on a evening after a long day, and especially lovely just before going to a party or dinner. Personally, I love the effect.
Tatcha One Step Camellia Cleansing Oil ($48/ 5.1 ounce) is a rich, comforting and effective cleaner. This feels so luxurious. This oil is clear, and comes in an elegantly packaged container with a pump top.
Now that we are heading into the cold winter, Tatcha’s Ageless Enriching Renewal Cream ($185/ 1 oz.) is a beautiful evening moisturizer. This is formulated with a number of premium ingredients with deep anti-aging benefits and promotes microcirculation to reduce age spots and renew appearance.
This is beautifully packaged, with a small gold spoon to depot the product.
There is also the Tatcha Ageless Revitalizing Eye Cream ($135/0.5 ounce).
The cream is designed “nourishes and purifies skin, resulting in a decreased appearance of puffiness under eyes, dark circles, sunken eyes and eye spots” It feels wonderful, I love the way my eyes look using this.
I’ve had the Tatcha Luminous Dewy Skin Mist ($48/1.35 ounce) on my desk for months. I love how refreshing a mid-day spritz feels (and re-hydrates). If you live an an area with drying winter heat, using this is a real treat.
I love the little spritzer–it puts out just the right amount, and it looks so elegant.
The last item that you might wish to try are the Tatcha Polished Classic Enzyme Powder ($55 / 2.1 oz.).
For those new to the line, I recommend giving the trial sized options a try or the holiday gift sets. Also, if you love beautiful items for the home, you might wish to look Tatcha’s curated gift section. Remember the 20% off code is FF2014.
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