Which skin type is it good for? ✔ Normal ✔ Combination ✔ Dry ✔ Sensitive
What it is: A rich, weightless gel-cream moisturizer for soft, smooth, lustrous skin.
Solutions for: - Fine lines and wrinkles - Dryness - Loss of firmness and elasticity
If you want to know more… A complete liquid silk protein forms a moisture-binding veil on the skin, while Tatcha’s hadasei-3 complexa trinity of anti-aging Japanese superfoods green tea, rice, and algaerestores a healthy-looking glow. Akoya pearl extract helps support natural collagen for more supple and visibly firmer skin. The luxurious texture feels like silk without being greasy or heavy on skin.
What it is formulated WITHOUT: - Parabens - Sulfates - Phthalates
What else you need to know: Generations of geisha lived, slept, and bathed in silk. These beautiful artists were draped in over 12 yards of exquisite kimono silk everyday. While they did not know the science behind this lustrous fabric, a 200-year old beauty text reveals that they knew how to use silk to smooth and soften their skin. This time-honored practice to beautify the geisha’s skin inspired The Silk Cream.
This pure formula is noncomedogenic, non-irritating, non-sensitizing, dermatologist tested, and cruelty-free. It is formulated without mineral oil, synthetic fragrances, sulfate detergents, urea, DEA, or TEA.
"Beauty that gives back: your purchase of a full-sized Tatcha skincare item will fund a day of school for incredible girls through our Beautiful Faces, Beautiful Futures partnership with Room to Read."Victoria Tsai, Founder
Suggested Usage: -Scoop a pearl-size amount of cream with the gold spoon. -Massage onto face, neck, and décolletage in upward strokes. -Use daily, morning and night.
For over 300 years, Japan’s geisha have been held in awe for their enduring wisdom and breathtakingly beautiful, porcelain skin. Perfected through centuries, it’s widely believed that their beauty secrets were passed down from one generation of geisha to the next by word of mouth alone. TATCHA rediscovered these coveted daily regimes in a 200-year-old manuscript. In homage to these icons of Eastern beauty, a proprietary process was developed with scientists, scholars, and geisha themselves, involving the very best green teas, Okinawa red algae, and rice bran. The secrets of the geisha live on in TATCHA.