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I was so excited to test out the Tatcha Violet-C Radiance Mask. I’ve had it for about a month now and really love it. Here’s what you need to know.
What is Tatcha Violet-C Radiance Mask?
This mask has such an impressive glossy texture that I literally couldn’t wait to try it out. There’s something about the colour and feel of this product that is so gratifying!
- Creamy, hydrating rinse-off face mask
- Works to prevent the signs of premature ageing
- Uses two types of Vitamin C
- Includes mild fruit AHAs
- Formulated brighten, hydrate and deliver a youthful translucent glow
20% Vitamin C – includes two types of pure vitamin C: a fast-acting vitamin C derivative designed to absorb quickly to prevent premature ageing and support surface cell turnover, hydrating and plumping the skin. Plus, a long-lasting vitamin C derivative to defend against free radicals.
Japanese Beautyberry – rich in polyphenols and antioxidants which helps stabilise vitamin C to maximise its effectiveness.
10% Mild Fruit AHAs – Derived from 7 fruit extracts: apple, grapefruit, orange, lemon, lime, hawthorn, and jujube. A gentle blend suitable for all skin types to resurface uneven, dry skin and boost glow.
Hadasei-3™: Tatcha’s proprietary complex of double-fermented Uji green tea, Akita rice, and Mozuku algae. Works to detoxify, hydrate, nourish and leaving skin feeling supple.
My Review of Tatcha Violet-C Radiance Mask
I love how smooth and buttery this mask feels to apply. It has a lovely glossy texture that is really luxurious and pampering. The colour is vibrant and striking and makes it fun to use too.
It has a mild fruit acid blend that could cause a slight tingle; however, I don’t really experience this and for me, it’s more of a soothing and calming feel. It doesn’t cause any irritation at all.
I leave it on for about 20 minutes, and then remove it with a warm wet flannel. It does give the skin a nice glow, but the thing I notice most about the results is how smooth, soft and hydrated my skin feels.
It’s a great one to use before applying makeup if you want your foundation to go on really smoothly. I love incorporating this into my routine when I have a bit of extra time.
If you’re looking for a brightening mask but don’t have a spare 20 minutes to wait while it works, check out the latest skincare launch from Sisley which you only leave on for one minute. Read my Sisley Paris Exfoliating Enzyme Mask Review.
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