Wednesday, June 6, 2012

New Favorite Product Alert: Tata Harper Skincare Rebuilding Moisturizer

Tata Harper Skincare, Tata Harper Skincare moisturizer, Tata Harper Skincare Rebuilding Moisturizer, skin, skincare, skin care, moisturizerYou know those brands that people rave about, and you keep meaning to try them, but for one reason or another, you just never seem to get around to it? Well, that's how I was with Tata Harper Skincare. I've lost track of how many people told me the products in this line would change my life -- but, suffice it to say, every single one of them was right, especially in the case of the Tata Harper Skincare Rebuilding Moisturizer.

My skin has been suffering from lack of moisture for awhile now. No matter what I did, I couldn't seem to make it feel soft and supple -- instead, it was like the Sahara! No amount of masks, exfoliators or moisturizers seemed to do the trick ... until this moisturizer came along and changed everything.

First of all, I love that every product within the line uses only the highest quality natural ingredients, including essential oils. They work on every skin type and texture without irritation. Every product in the line contains at least 6 active ingredients, and they're made on a farm in Vermont.

This moisturizer, in particular, works to improve skin's hydration levels with raw honey, sodium hyaluronate, rosewater and aloe vera. A blend of linden blossom, rose, bergamot and geranium essential oils also work to nourish the skin. Within just a few days, my skin was already more hydrated than it had been in the previous two months! I love that the formula isn't oily, and a little goes a long way -- three pumps are the most you'll need for your entire face.

It's now been over a month of religious daily moisturizing, and I can safely say my skin has never looked better. No breakouts, no dry patches -- it just looks youthful, fresh and completely rejuvenated. A miracle worker? I'd say so.

Tata Harper Skincare Rebuilding Moisturizer retails for $100 at

1 comment:

  1. After reading this, I was all down to try it until the last line--$100?? Cough sputter cough. Whew. I'll have to save up!