Purple Party Picks

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Hi Guys,

Happy Monday!

I received some wonderful goodies from @mariannahewitt this past week and would love to share them with you.

I always wanted to use a good face mask, one that wouldn’t irritate my skin, wouldn’t stain my face, something that’s beneficial to my skin.

One of the products that were in the goodie bag that caught my eye was the Tatcha Violet Face Mask. I tried it on this weekend and let me tell you, it’s pretty amazing. It’s different because it protects from UV damage for brighter and toned skin over time.

What is it? A creamy anti-aging mask—packed with Japanese beautyberry, two types of vitamin C, and AHAs from seven fruits—that unveils softer, glowing skin.

Usage: You can use this face mask 2-3 days a week, and it’s great for all skin types

Ingredients: 

-Japanese Beautyberry: Helps protect vitamin C from degradation caused by UV assault, to support youthful radiance and is rich in polyphenols and antioxidants.

-Mild Fruit AHA (Derived fromApple, Grapefruit, Orange, Lemon, Lime, Hawthorn, and Jujube): Supports skin cell turnover by removing debris and the buildup of dead skin cells for a smooth, radiant appearance.

-Tatcha’s signature Hadasei-3 (a trinity of anti-aging Japanese superfoods): Restores a healthy-looking, youthful radiance.

AND the colors are so pretty, it reminds me of the unicorn drink from Starbucks haha.

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The Tatcha Violet Radiance Mask is available at Sephora , Tatcha or QVC

What are some of your favorite beauty face masks?

 

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2 thoughts on “Purple Party Picks

  1. Rachel Mallari says:

    super informative! love that you put the ingredients. i recently got this in a sample size too and i fell in love with the color and packaging. my skin looks a bit brighter whenever i use this, would love some updates for the long term effects after you’ve used this a couple more times

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