Tatcha is a luxury beauty and skin care brand founded by Victoria Tsai in 2009. After suffering from acute dermatitis, Tsai traveled to Japan and learned classical Japanese beauty secrets passed down by generations that took a different approach to skincare.* Taking this "less is more" philosophy, Tsai employed Japanese and U.S. scientists to create its products. They are available online as well as beauty retailers across the U.S. *Source: Company website

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34 products

362 reviews

57% would repurchase

Recent Tatcha Reviews

Scrubs -Tatcha -Polished Classic Rice Enzyme Powder


I haven't tried enzyme cleansers yet so this is my first one. It's fab!!! I have the gentle version for dry skin. I love that it cleanses and exfoliates gently, without any irritation. After cleansing, my skin is baby soft and not even a little red or inflamed. I'm crazy about this cleanser! I'd love to compare it to a Korean enzyme cleanser and see if the Kbeauty one can compare bc the cost of this is insane. Tatcha def has a great product but the price is scary.

Skincare - Face -Tatcha -the essence plumping skin softener


Check out the price, have someone give u CPR, and know it's worth it. If ur skin is dry and sensitive this is crazy good!!! It's plumping and moisturizing while not clogging pores. U can see a difference in ur skin with one use. It's that good. I love my Korean serums like nobody's business but instead of 7 layers of them, I put this on and the regen cream and my skin is perfection--like makeup free perfection. No pores, but no dry spots...holy goodness!! I def rec Tatcha products bc they do work and do an amazing job w/o causing irritation or acne. The prices are scary tho...the whole skincare system for each skin type is beyond scary expensive, but they do work. I'm still debating the cost of all my Kbeauty usuals vs the few Tatcha has as ur daily skincare and the jury's still out. I also like being shiny which Kbeauty stuff gives me, where this is more soft, fresh, lifted but not shiny. The Tatcha products really work great tho so it's kinda about the extreme cost and whether you want baby skin or shiny skin.

Moisturizers -Tatcha -Ageless Enriching Renewal Cream

Sometimes you get what you pay for. This is worth every penny if u have dry sensitive skin. You want instant results, you got it! My skin looks plump, lifted, refreshed and moisturized. I normally use Korean skincare so I am very glowy,shiny....this is not that way...you look refreshed and plumped but not oily or greasy. It's ur call how u want to look--I like having the option to be shiny or just fresh looking. The great plus of this is it soothes my skin. Sometimes my Kbeauty stuff breaks me out or irritates my weird skin, but this just soothes and does it's thing without breaking me out--consistently. I def love how it works but it's incredibly expensive...like make me cry expensive. It lasts a long time tho bc u don't need a ton, and I have a lot left in this container so I don't honestly know if I'd repurchase. Plus, the container really needs to be a pump...fingers or scoopers in jars is so unsanitary and ur exposing it to air every time u open the lid...def not the right container for a very expensive high end product. Overall though I love and rec this stuff as long as u can still afford groceries.haha

Treatments (Eye) -Tatcha -The Pearl Underlight Eye Illuminating Treatment

I agree...love/hate. It does give a nice illumination but it def gets crepey if I use even a tiny bit too much. I def wouldn't use it overnight bc it's got pigments in it like makeup does, and nobody should sleep in makeup. I think as illuminators go this is just ok, and as skincare it's ok. Save your money and buy a good corrector and concealer for day, and a good eyecream for night.

Primer/ Corrector -Tatcha -The Silk Canvas Face Primer

on 10/5/2018 10:46:00 PM


I got a sample from sephora and it lastes me at least a week and a half. I heard it was good for keeping oily skin under control and that it was amazing. It was meh. I think Tatcha suggests that a rice grain size is enough to cover your face. Using the warmth of your fingers spreads it far enough for your whole face. This did not work for me as my skin sucked it up right away. Today I used a liberal sized amount to finish the sample and it really made my foundation look amazing and stay put.......for a while. Then my oily skin did its usual thing. This works great for some women but for me it was not impressive enough to drop 50 plus dollars on it. I think there are better priced options that do something similiar and do it better. Also there is a light scent to the silk canvas. I would say skip it and do research into other options. Glad I got to try it though!

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