3/19/15

Tata Harper Review

It began with the Resurfacing Mask and then continued with the Regenerating Cleanser, and from there my love for the Tata Harper brand just kept growing and growing. The three newest additions to my collection are the Refreshing Cleanser, the Hydrating Floral Essence and the Replenishing Nutrient Complex

1. Refreshing Cleanser - If there is one thing that Tata Harper is known for at this point, it's her cleansers. The Regenerating Cleanser is a holy grail for me, so I was anxious to dive into a few other ones. She recently launched two new ones called the Nourishing Oil Cleanser and the Purifying Cleanser which I am excited to try, but for now I have fallen in love with the Refreshing Cleanser. It's a light creamy texture that feels soft and gentle on the skin, and is perfect for me as a second cleanse or even a morning time cleanse. It can remove my makeup if I am not wearing too much that day, but I prefer a cleansing oil to handle that so I leave this Refreshing Cleanser to help nourish and soften my skin. I have oily skin and adore this, but think it would be great for just about any skin type. 
2. Hydrating Floral Essence - After I use an acid toner or a facial pad (read my post here on some of my favorites), I love to mist my face with this to give it a boost of hydration. While there are many hydrating mists out there, it can be the small things that set them apart. The first thing I noticed when using this was how even the mist is dispersed on the skin and you are left with a nice spritz rather than a squirt in your face. *insert water droplet emojis* There are no harsh astringents or alcohol in it so it's safe for the most sensitive of skins and helps to replenish my skin's moisture barrier immediately. In addition to the toning step of my routine, I also enjoy using it after I apply my makeup to refresh the skin and take away any of that overly powdered look I can get after I apply my finishing powders. Often many hydrating mists say they are good over makeup but end up making the skin look too dewy or disrupting makeup, but this one does neither. It's a bit of a splurge but if you are wanting an intense mist to help keep your skin hydrated, I recommend giving this a shot. 

3. Replenishing Nutrient Complex - I love a facial oil as much as the next gal and this one has been on my wish list for quite sometime. Chock full of nutrients and great ingredients, it is designed to be a "multivitamin" for your skin. Because of the rollerball applicator, it makes it easy to apply with only a few rolls up and down on the face. Though it's not entirely a dry oil that absorbs immediately like some others I have in my routine, it is lightweight enough to hydrate my skin without leaving it oily or shiny. I have been reaching for this a lot over the past few weeks because it has done wonders for tackling any dry patches that have popped up because of the brutal winter weather in NYC. As with many of Tata's products, there is a glow that comes with using this that I really enjoy. My skin looks radiant and fresh after applying, and any red areas are immediately calm and soothed. And since it has an easy applicator, I like to pop this in my bag to use on the go for my face, cuticles, hands - basically any dry or irritated spot that could come up during the day.
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  1. I tried a sample of the Tata Harper overnight mask and loved it, not sure if it justifies the price tag though!

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