I first heard rumblings about Tata Harper‘s line of luxurious, all-natural beauty products early last fall. Since then, it seems Tata Harper is on everyone’s radar and popping up everywhere–from magazines to the Sephora website. And for good reason: These are the first completely natural (free of synthetic and chemical ingredients) products I’ve tried that actually work. They’re admittedly on the pricey side, but like any good product, a little goes a long way. I had been looking to change up my skincare routine because my skin was feeling dull and dry again, which it tends to do. It’s a constant cycle. And since I don’t like to wear too much makeup, I’m always trying to achieve that elusive, healthy glow through my skincare. So I decided to give a few Tata Harper products a try. I pretty much became a brand loyalist from my first use of the Regenerating Cleanser and have been dying to share my thoughts here, but I wanted to wait a few months of using the line to be sure. Well, sure I am! Here’s a little about the three R’s–Resurface, Regenerate, Replenish–that I now count as part of my daily and weekly facial regime.
Resurfacing Mask: I use this mask once a week for an instant glow. The thick gel tightens and brightens as it sits on your skin for 30 minutes, and after a quick swipe with a warm washcloth, my skin is left super soft with a subtle glow.
Regenerating Cleanser: I’ve found most exfoliating cleansers to be very drying and tough on my skin, but this concentrated, fine formula is gentle with an energizing citrus scent. I scrub a dime-sized amount into my face each morning, rinse, and am left with clean and radiant skin to start the day.
Replenishing Nutrient Complex: This multivitamin concentrate is a bit of magic in compact form. The rollerball applicator ensures you don’t waste any of the oil, and after using at night before bed, I wake up to noticeably brighter, more hydrated, and better toned skin in the morning. It’s kind of a serum and moisturizer in one.
Did I mention that each of these products have the most natural, slightly floral or citrus scents? Even though they’re part of my daily routine now, it still feels like a treat each and every time I use them. Have you tried any of Tata Harper’s line? Let me know if you have any favorites I should try next!