Marilicious Approved: Tata Harper Regenerating Cleanser

Tata Harper Regenerating Cleanser Review /

 

Hello hello! It’s been since forever that I wanted to try a cleanser a Tata Harper, considered the mother Goddess of all cleansers. It is luxurious, it is expensive and it is the bomb!

Got my hands on the travel size “Regenerating Cleanser” and it didn’t disappointed. Definitely going to be a staple in my vanity case when I travel.

What is Tata Harper Regenerating Cleanser?

It is a cleanser free from all the nasties we don’t want in a cleanser (see ingredient list below) – no sodium laureth sulfate, no mineral oil, only the good stuff, to deeply yet gently cleanse the skin from all dirt and impurities, leaving the skin clean and fresh but not squeaky. This Regenerating Cleanser does not strip the skin from its natural oils, only gets rid of the bad stuff while respecting and preserving the skin’s moisture. It is amazing.

Only surprise: the cleanser has micro exfoliating particules. Now, I’m not a fan of those but I must say that they are so tiny and so gentle that I got on with it.

When to use Tata Harper regenerating Cleanser?

I love it as a morning cleanse. It smells like grapefruit which I find very invigorating and fresh in the morning.

At night, can be used as a second cleanse. It is not a makeup remover and frankly too expensive and luscious to be used as such.

First cleanse only. Perfect for the am.

For which skin type?

All skin types especially if you have uneven skin tone, dark spots, acne scars or marks of any kind.

Works wonders with oily and combination skins.

Full ingredient list for Tata Harper Regenerating Cleanser:

 

Price & where to buy:

Tata Harper retails at $78 for 4.1 oz / 125 ml (or $42 for 1.7 oz / 50 ml), and you can buy it at Net-à-porter, Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Space NK, Bergdof Goodman, or Goop.

Thank you for stopping! I hope this Tata Harper Regenerating Cleanser review was helpful. Lots of love.

With style,

x M

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