Well, as if you can’t tell, I spent this week acclimatising myself to the Tata Harper products I treated myself to over Christmas! Inital thoughts are positive so far, extremely positive in fact, but I need a little more time with them before I review them in full.
I wasn’t too sure about the Tata Harper Refreshing Cleanser at first, it’s a little outside my cleansing comfort zone, if such a thing could be said to exist! It’s a lightly grapefruit-scented cream cleanser, which utilises enzymes and clay to cleanse your face, and it’s the one said to be most suitable for sensitive skin. It’s an unusual texture – completely unlike my usual (beloved) balms and oils – but it genuinely does clean the face, and I think it has a slight exfoliating effect, which hasn’t – so far – caused any irritation. I wouldn’t use it for removing makeup though, I prefer oils for that, but for a morning cleanse, or a second cleanse in the evening, I really like it. Now.
I was cautious about adding the Tata Harper Hydrating Floral Essence and the Rebuilding Moisturiser, because the essence contains essential oils (something my skin always has a bit of trouble with), and because moisturisers are always my troublesome area, so I added them into my routine on separate days, seemingly with few ill-effects. Overall, the introduction to a “proper” Tata Harper routine has gone pretty well! I’m heading off to Content Beauty this week for a Tata Harper facial, and I can’t wait! I will, of course, report back.
On Saturday, I trialled May Lindstrom Honey Mud on Saturday, and again, my experience was a mixed one, It’s quite sticky (and smells of chocolate, which I can’t bear at the moment), and I found my skin was a little “tight” after, but I suspect this was down to user-error than anything else. It needs, for example, wetter skin that I am used to. May herself was kind enough to comment on the Instagram post I put up with some suggestions, and I’m looking forward to using the Honey Mud again, with some more specific ways to use it.
What’s been on your face this week?
The Fine Print: Mixture of PR samples and purchases.
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