I was pretty lucky to get this Tata Harper Ultimate Glow Kit at Sephora some time ago (it’s now out of stock). I’ve wanted to try Tata Harper for ages, and the kit seemed to have the products I wanted. I think Tata Harper doesn’t need a lot of introduction. This cruelty-free eco-luxe beauty brand already has many followers all over the world and a few well-deserved awards. The packaging definitely plays a huge role in Tata Harper’s popularity – the jars and bottles look so cute that I am definitely going to keep them after finishing the products. Of course, the products (and the ingredients) are undeniably great as well.
So here are the products that The Ultimate Glow Kit contain:
Regenerating Cleanser (15 ml)
It has such a lovely sweet and fruity scent (reminds me of peaches mixed with citrus)! This cream cleanser did surprise me with two things: first, it provides excellent cleansing, I honestly didn’t expect it from a cream cleanser; second, it contains tiny exfoliating pellets, so it feels like I’m using a cleanser and a face scrub at the same time. However, because it offers such an intensive cleansing, it is also a tad drying. I decided to put it aside for spring when my skin will be more normal.
Resurfacing Mask (15 ml)
An absolute winner! I now understand why this thing has won so many awards. The Resurfacing Mask comes in a gel form, which is easy and lovely to apply. It has a subtle herbal/fruity scent that reminds me of something, but I just can’t remember what it is. Anyone? Because my skin is sensitive, I am not a big fan of anything with the word “enzymes”, so I was a bit worried about the pomegranate enzymes in the mask. However, nothing bad happened, on the contrary – my skin felt smooth and looked clean, fresh, bright, and dewy! Although, it did feel dryer than usual, so if you have dry/sensitive skin, use it occasionally, and you’ll be okay. I think I’m going to repurchase this one after I empty this little jar.
Moisturizing Mask (15 ml)
I was expecting so much more from this one! Not only because it contains a variety of herbal extracts, hyaluronic acid, and some other great ingredients, but because its price is miles past the limit I’d pay for a face mask. It promises to give a long-lasting, deep hydration for dehydrated and stressed skin. I was happy with how it performed, and my skin felt nourished and smooth after using it. But, to be honest, I didn’t fall in love with it like I did with the Resurfacing Mask. That to be said, I’ll finish the jar with pleasure, but I don’t think I’m going to repurchase it.
What are your favorite Tata Harper products?