Tatcha Reviews: Camellia Cleansing Oil, Polished Rice Enzyme Powder, Brightening Serum, Moisture Rich Silk Cream

by on Sunday, December 2nd, 2012

Inside is my Tatcha Skin Care Review of the full geisha-inspired ritual.

(TLDR version: It’ll make you feel special and it works so well you’ll really see the results. The Rice Powder is the must-have product out of them all. I 100% recommend these amazing products.)

Imagine the face of a geisha. Now imagine what a geisha’s face would look like without the white makeup. Still flawless and growing? After all, geisha’s were trained to prize their beauty above all all. And they used natural items. Wouldn’t you like to steal their secrets?

Tatcha is a Japanese-inspired beauty regimen that uses the secrets of the Geisha’s to give you radiant and flawless skin.

I have heard of Tatcha Skin Care before because it’s sold at Sephora and Barney’s, but I had no idea how cool it would be to use.

And sure, you may shrug and not believe this is more than a schtick to sell product. But founder Victoria Tsai can really back up her claims. The Tatcha Skin Care line comes after years of research and work that included befriending people from Kyoto. Tsai found a 200-year-old text that helped her break down the science of why this items worked. Now, there is a line that includes geisha-tested ingredients like green tea, Okinawa red algae and rice bran.

Your skin will never look better or feel better than when using Tatcha products. Anyone who uses these products will have a wonderful experience. I can’t imagine anyone not lo

What does Tatcha mean? Tatcha means “standing flower” in Japanese. But what does that mean, to be a standing flower? It means you are a true, authentic and natural beauty.

Tatcha Review – Sampler

I received the Tatcha Sampler Set (for combination skin) which includes:

– PURE Camellia One Step Cleansing Oil – 30ml | 1oz
– POLISHED Gentle Rice Enzyme Powder – 3 x 1g packets
– POLISHED Classic Rice Enzyme Powder – 3 x 1g packets
– POLISHED Deep Rice Enzyme Powder – 3 x 1g packets
– RADIANT Deep Brightening Serum – 10ml | 0.3oz
– AGELESS Enriching Renewal Cream – 15ml | 0.5oz
+PETAL FRESH Original Japanese Beauty Papers – 1 full sized pack | 30 sheets

Because I’m on the cusp of turning 30, skin care is constantly on my mind! I noticed after my second run-through of the beauty ritual that my skin had a better feeling to it. It is priced under $50, and is worth every penny if skin care is important to you.

Tatcha Reviews

There are two stand-out products for sure, the Camellia Cleansing Oil and the Rice Enzyme Powder.

Tatcha Camellia Cleansing Oil Review: This oil is applied to a dry face, with dry hands. It’s unique, but it works. The oil turns soapy. It may seem weird to use oil on your face, but it helps moisturize it gently. My face felt plumper right away, and was washed away with a remaining soft feeling. It also takes off your makeup completely! Great for dry skin.

Tatcha Rice Enzyme Powder Review: This gentle, non-oil product is the one I am most excited about. You take the dry powder and rub it into your wet skin, which exfoliates it very gently. Right away I could feel my face being tighter and polished. If you want to say goodbye to dull skin, this is a must-have! Also, if you aren’t wearing makeup you can use just this as your cleanser.

Tatcha Serum Review: It is light, and my skin absorbs it in a deliciously quick manner.

Tatcha Moisture Rich Silk Cream Review: It’s moisturizing gel cream and great for even the most sensitive skin. I do think that the serum + the moisturizer is a bit much for my combination skin that is sometimes oily. I think it’s very hydrating.

Tatcha Aburatorigami Blotting Papers Review: Look at even the Amazon reviews and you’ll be a believer, these are amazing. Why not suck up mid-day face shine with gold leaf?! It’s amazing. They are absorbent without drying out the skin.

See it all at: Tatcha.com!

It’s the holiday season, meaning gift-giving time. Why not give the Tatcha Ritual Kiri Gift Box? The skin-care treasures are sent in a wooden Japanese keepsake box, custom-made by an artisan shop in Tokyo. Every detail about Tatcha has been though-out, and if you google for Tatcha Reviews online you’ll see that everyone raves about their luxurious purchases here.

Disclosure: Items were sent for honest review.

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