The Japanese name for a geisha's flawless skin - mochi hada - refers to the quality of a baby's skin. Who doesn't want super soft and clear skin like a baby? I received a sample packet of products along with a full-size cream from Tatcha.
The packet included the following in sample sizes: Camellia Cleansing Oil, Rice Enzyme Powders, Brightening Serum, Silk Cream and Original Beauty Papers. There is actually a ritual process of cleansing that I followed. I've never used oil to clean my face so I was a bit skeptical at first. Using just a few drop of the oil on my dry face, I used my dry fingers to massage it in. I then rinsed with warm water. To my surprise my face wasn't oily but felt rather fresh.
I then used wet hands to rub the enzyme powder to create a foam. This was a bit messy as the powder flew out of the packet when I opened it. I need to be a bit more careful. I then massaged the foam onto my wet face and it was like a mini-facial. I was provided with samples of classic, gentle and deep. I started off with classic. After rinsing with water my skin really felt clear and smooth. Almost like baby skin.
I then put a little bit of the brightening serum onto my face and it's great for lightening and preventing age spots (I'm hoping this means the freckles I have on my face from the sun). We'll see results hopefully between 4-8 weeks. The cream of the crop is the Moisture Silk Cream. Just a little pearl size will be more than enough for one's face. It is absorbed quickly into the skin and isn't heavy at all. My face felt happy even after the first "ritual". The full-size cream was packaged beautifully with a little gold spoon so as not to contaminate the pot.
Tatcha offers products for every skin type and even has lovely gift sets for purchase.
Buy It: You can purchase Moisture Rich Silk Cream for $150.
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