Health + Beauty


tatcha travel

Working in the magazine world, we get lots of products sent to us to try out. But since I have super sensitive (and dry) skin, I have to be careful with what I try, and not overdo it. I first tried Tatcha over a year ago, and I’m in love with it–so much so, that I actually don’t even like trying new products that much. It’s a line started by a woman who had suffered from acute dermatitis, and was developing the line while pregnant, so the whole foundation of the line is natural ingredients that are gentle, safe, and effective. There is a rice enzyme powder cleanser that you just add a little water and wash your face with–completely not abrasive or drying–but makes your skin feel bright and clean…and then there is the oil cleanser which is also great, for dry days. I also love their moisturizer—prior to finding Tatcha,no matter what–in winter months, I always had a hard time feeling moisturized, and then that same moisturizer was too much in the summer—but this works year-round. Okay, if this sounds remotely interesting to you, but you don’t want to make the investment (no their products are not cheap), they have a “discovery kit“, which is a way to try out a sampler  and see if it works for you. My picture here is of the “travel kit” they used to carry, but it is almost the same thing.

(If you’re a new reader here on Momfilter, you might not know that we really don’t write about beauty products–and we rarely ever do sponsored content–so this is most certainly not something we are touting because we have to. We just genuinely are excited about it!)

 

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