Tata Harper | Regenerating Cleanser & Resurfacing Mask

Tata Harper | Regenerating Cleanser & Resurfacing Mask

Tata Harper is an American green beauty brand which makes small batches of product and is headed up by a self-taught woman named Tata who grows many of her own ingredients at an organic farm in Vermont. All of the products are free of: synthetics, toxins, fillers, artificial fragrance, artificial colours, animal cruelty.

I was very happy to receive the Regenerating Cleanser and the Resurfacing Mask, two products which I wanted to try for a long time. The goodie bag has arrived in spring and since then, these two belong to my daily beauty routine.

They’ve accompanied me throughout all sorts of ‘skin episodes’ and now I’m ready to tell you all about them.

 
Tata Harper Regenerating Cleanser ($40/ 50ml) | This product is fantastic!

Tata Harper | Regenerating Cleanser

Tata Harper | Regenerating Cleanser

Tata Harper | Regenerating Cleanser

Tata Harper | Regenerating Cleanser

Tata Harper | Regenerating Cleanser (airless package)

Tata Harper | Regenerating Cleanser (airless package)

Tata Harper | Regenerating Cleanser (swatches)

Tata Harper | Regenerating Cleanser (swatches)

Tata Harper | Regenerating Cleanser (package detail)

Tata Harper | Regenerating Cleanser (package detail)

Tata Harper | Regenerating Cleanser (ingredients list)

Tata Harper | Regenerating Cleanser (ingredients list)

If you are an exfoliator lover, like I am, please do try this one!

You can use it every day, it’s even safe to use it twice a day; if you have sensitive skin, you can use it twice a week, you’ll see, the effects are just as good.

It has a milky texture which contains Apricot Seed Powder microspherical beads.

The citrus fragrance is refreshing and calming, just a pleasure for the senses.

The product cleanses, exfoliates, shrinks pores and stimulates circulation.

It’s super gentle, yet VERY effective.

The skin is left gorgeously clean, glowing and hydrated.

I love to use it in the morning because it’s like coffee for my skin and senses.

In the evening I use the Regenerating Cleanser after removing makeup.

It has a calming effect and represents a great cleansing step before applying the night cream or oil because it helps them penetrate the epidermis better.

It also has a wonderful effect when used in combination with the Resurfacing Mask.

You can find the Regenerating Cleanser in two sizes: 50ml and 125ml ($78).

 
Tata Harper Resurfacing Mask ($58/ 30ml) | If you ladies would like to obtain the effects of a professional facial at home, than this mask represents the next step after using the Regenerating Cleanser.

Tata Harper | Resurfacing Mask

Tata Harper | Resurfacing Mask

Tata Harper | Resurfacing Mask

Tata Harper | Resurfacing Mask

Tata Harper | Resurfacing Mask (detail)

Tata Harper | Resurfacing Mask (detail)

Tata Harper | Resurfacing Mask (texture)

Tata Harper | Resurfacing Mask (texture)

Tata Harper | Resurfacing Mask (ingredients list)

Tata Harper | Resurfacing Mask (ingredients list)

The Resurfacing Mask is just as fabulous as the cleanser.

It is superbly refreshing and great for summer (I like to keep it in the fridge during the super hot days, because it’s even more refreshing).

For perfect effects, I like to let it rest on my face between 30 to 45 minutes (It tightens a little bit after 60 minutes because it’s completely dry and this is the sign which tells me that I need to rinse it off).

It’s just gorgeous, extraordinary light and so hydrating.

The texture is jelly-sorbet-like and when in contact with the temperature of the skin, it melts inside the epidermis.

It minimises the pores, calms redness and inflammation and brightens the skin.

Conclusion

The Regenerating Cleanser and The Resurfacing Mask are must-have products if you ladies would like clean, soft, moisturised, dewy skin that glows beautifully.

I recommend the cleanser for each skin type (however, those of you with sensitive skin should probably use it maximum 3 times/ week instead of every day); the mask is great for oily, combination and sensitive skin, however I don’t think it’s enough for dry skin.

 
Have you already used Tata Harper products?

If yes, what do you think about them?

 

Product samples kindly provided for my unbiased consideration

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