I have used 2 travel-sized containers of this serum and I'm half-way through the bottle of the regular-sized, and I see no difference. When I used the travel kit, I thought I could see a difference in the size of my pores, but since buying the whole line I have to say that nothing has changed. This serum didn't make my face break out, and didn't make it dry, but it didn't make it look any better, younger or more radiant.
There's no reviews out for the Tata Eye Cream, but trust me and don't buy it. For $90 it GAVE me wrinkles, and dried out the skin under my right eye so badly I couldn't even wear makeup. I had pink flaky wrinkly skin under my eye and I've never had that before in my life. Terrible stuff.
Unfortunately, not so impressive for that price. It is a nice lotion (although it is called serum?) with a lovely herbal scent. I personally like the scent; for some people, the scent could be too strong and headache-inducing. Upon application, it makes your skin very soft. It is not that moisturizing; at least it did not heal my dry patches on cheeks. Overall, it is a nice product. But! After a few weeks of using it twice per day I have not noticed any drastic change regarding my skin. I have the same effect (smoothing) using my own oil blend (rose hip, jojoba...), or with an organic face cream that cost me $30.00 USD. If you do not mind paying for a nice product doing nothing special, you would probably love this lotion. If you mind, skip it. Besides, there are no published double-blinded scientific studies that could prove what Tata Harper claims. So, no scientific data that support "anti-aging" properties of her ingredients.
Bottom line: I would not purchase it again.
I hope this helps!
There should be a "hell no" option under "would you buy this product again?"
Honestly, I think this is the worst skincare brand out there. Go buy yourself some Duchess Marden, Nuxe, Decleor or Sundari. This gave me wrinkles where I previously had none while simultaneously making me break out. Save your money.
This is much better than the cleanser but still a few too many 'derived from' ingredients which leads me to ask yet again, just how much processing has gone into producing these ingredients and just how far removed from 'natural' are they?
However, it did the job. It is more like a cream than a serum but does absorb pretty quickly which makes it good for applying makeup. And it hydrates, so my little dry patches don't flake. I would use it as a moisturiser rather than a serum per se.
Overall a good product which leaves my skin soft and hydrated.
Not sure it justifies the price point though - I'd prefer to spend my money on Olio Lusso.
I love this serum! I live in northern Europe with a cold winter and warmer summers. It`s more like a lotion but it sinks in rather fast and I layer it with replenishing nutrient complex for best results on my skin. i have normal skin that tends to be dry. My problem is hyperpigmentation. Although it doesn`t work specific on that I do think that the glow my skin gets from this serum helps to eaven out my complexion. The smell is lovely but strong. Overall it leaves my skin with a nice glow, it eavens out my skintone, it keeps my skin moisturised and it works well with makeup.
I like the natural aspect of this serum. But that's about it. First of all the texture is more cream than serum like but it sinks in. So on my normal to dry skin I need to use a cream on top as this isn't enough on it's own but I find it somewhat too rich for a serum. The smell is heavy and very overpowering. The packaging looks very green and cheap. The price is hefty and you need to use it within 4 months as there are no preservatives in there. The ingredients are said to be antiaging (jasmin, everlasting, date etc) but I don't think there's any independent research proving that.
I first tried the Tata Harper products in her Jet Set (small samples of almost the full skincare line minus the eye cream), which was a great way to test out how well they would work with my sensitive, combo-dehydrated, clogged skin. The instructions noted this serum as the most important anti-aging step, which made me pay extra attention to it and be diligent about using it.
Well, as much as I secretly hoped it wouldn't be as effective, this serum worked very well for me. It balances out my skin without making it too oily or too dry, wears well under moisturizer and makeup, and has a light scent that is lovely.
The ingredients in the TH line are amazing, and I love knowing that all the products are healthy for my skin, inside and out. The line is quite pricey, but I prefer it to even pricier skincare routines I've had in the past (La Mer, SKII, etc.). I've tried other organic lines in the past and TH is by far the best I've used. If you don't mind paying $$$ for skincare, and you're looking to make the switch to something healthier, give this a try. It'll take at least a couple of weeks if not longer to see/feel the difference, but it'll be worth it. :)
I was so disappointed................. was so excited to try and use it but didn't find it great at all and have the feeling to loose money..
maybe I was attending to much from this serum !
I love Odacité products, so higher quality in skincare, really freshly made..
I am over the moon for the Tata Harper Serum! I kept reading about it in all of my fashion mags and I had to try. All the actives in it really give you the glow! I love that it has no toxic crap in it- do you read the labels of other conventional beauty products? Scare-yyyyyyy! I'll stick to my Tatas thanks- LOVE THIS LINE!!!