Nothing makes our faces light up like a sitewide sale on our favorite beauty products — and by extension, making your day as well. We’ve got great news: Tatcha’s highly anticipated Friends & Family Sale kicks off on June 16 and lasts through June 25, so you have a full week — and then some — to shop sitewide deals on the brand’s luxury lineup. Thought it couldn’t get any better? Guess again, Allure shoppers, because you’re getting early access to this sale right now.
Yep, that’s right. Starting today, June 12, Allure readers can shop the highly anticipated sale four days before the rest of the world for a grand total of 13 days’ worth of rare discounts you simply can’t pass up. All you have to do is input our exclusive code Allure20 at checkout to score 20 percent off every single product (including covetable skin-care sets from the Japanese-inspired beauty brand.
We know Allure readers love the luxurious treatments that Tatcha has under its belt — many of which have picked up celebrity fans along the way — including Selena Gomez, Kim Kardashian, and Meghan Markle — as well as multiple Best of Beauty and Readers’ Choice Awards (by the way, The Water Cream just won an RCA earlier this year). Impressed yet? And are you ready to shop? Below are some standouts that will help you achieve a visibly plumper and more radiant complexion.
Our Top Picks:
The Water Cream
Considering that The Water Cream is an Allure Readers’ Choice Award winner (as in, thousands of our very own readers swear by this cream), it’s definitely worth trying — or, if you’ve treated your skin with its refreshing formula before, restocking. In case you’re not familiar, this buzzy cream has a lightweight, gel-like texture that instantly absorbs into the skin, infusing it with moisturizing, antioxidant-rich ingredients like Japanese wild rose and leopard lily extracts in the process.
The Silk Serum
As its name suggests, Tatcha’s The Silk Serum will leave your skin feeling silky-smooth to the touch. It’s one of the brand’s most intensive formulas for addressing fine lines, thanks to its inclusion of amino acid- and antioxidant-rich cranberry extract that plumps, exfoliates, and smooths. Meanwhile, sea fennel extract soothes redness, irritation, and inflammation.
The Silk Sunscreen
Summer is almost here so it’s time to re-up your sunscreen stash. Tatcha’s The Silk Sunscreen melts into the skin like butter, leaving behind zero white cast. The formula features the brand’s silk protein, which is a blend of sericin and fibroin. According to New York City-based dermatologist Morgan Rabach, MD, “sericin forms a layer of protection over the skin and may help promote hydration while fibroin may help repair skin cells and balance moisture levels.” When you mix that with the formula’s hyaluronic acid, you’ll notice dewy, brighter, and protected skin.
The Essence is a hero product that earned a Best of Beauty Award for its skin-plumping abilities. A few pats of this water-like formula all over your face and neck result in a major spike of hydration and allows your subsequent skin-care products to absorb more deeply. The key is in the proprietary trio of Japanese superfoods rich in lactic acid and other alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) — Akita rice, Uji green tea, and Okinawa algae — which work harmoniously to retain moisture and promote cell turnover. “It leaves my skin looking like it took a page straight out of the glass-skin handbook,” Allure’s commerce editor Sarah Han previously shared.
“I apply this before moisturizer, as it makes it more effective, and helps to plump up your complexion,” Daniel Martin, makeup artist and global director of artistry & education at Tatcha, tells us.
Indigo Overnight Repair
Indigo Overnight Repair is a soothing cream that is incredibly kind to sensitive skin and a damaged skin barrier. “Think of this cream as a serum-moisturizer hybrid: It’s infused with tried-and-true skincare ingredients like hyaluronic acid and ceramides to hydrate and plump your skin,” commerce writer Jennifer Hussein shared, who has been loving this on her acne-prone skin.
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