Inspired by simple Geisha skin rituals, Tatcha is one to watch. While it’s biggest market is now in Hong Kong, the brand originates not in Japan but in the US and has been sold through Barneys.
I’d say the most interesting product is the Rice Enzyme Powder, available in three variants (classic, deep and gentle) and rice exfoliants are lovely to use (if you’ve ever used Dermalogica Microfoliant, it’s a similar thing, and Sensai also have a like product in case you want to try it now).
The Tatcha range uses Japanese ingredients such as camellia flower oil, green tea, pearl, rice, red algae, peony and silk. With Astalift doing quite well in the UK (and soon to launch their foundation in the UK – although its been on the Asian market since at least 2011) there’s every reason to think that the UK market could do very well with Tatcha.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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