Color me excited about the TATCHA Indigo collection! This collision between color and complexion is all about indigo, a plant prized in Eastern Medicine for its anti-inflammatory benefits. It's a welcome concept for those with atopic skin, like myself. I've been luxuriating with my own set of the Tatcha Indigo collection courtesy of Tatcha, and have my review to share with you today!
I've featured Tatcha here previously, however to recap, the luxury line combines traditional Asian beauty with modern technology to create an inspired skincare routine. The three pieces I have to share with you today are the TATCHA Indigo Soothing Silk Hand Cream, TATCHA Indigo Soothing Silk Body Butter, and TATCHA Indigo Soothing Renewal Treatment.
Aesthetics are an important part of the TATCHA Indigo experience, as you can see from the pieces here! The lightly iridescent indigo and gold containers are housed within dark wood print boxes, inside which you'll find decorative paper drawers. All of the products have a lovely spa-like scent reminiscent of sweet rice and camellia. It's the same scent found in the rest of Tatcha's line, though I noticed the lightest touch of an extra plant-like scent as well (which I assume is from the indigo extract).
TATCHA Indigo Soothing Silk Hand Cream ($38 for 2 fl. oz.) is housed in a convenient squeeze tube. The design makes it easy to expel just the right amount (and you don't need much). The formula sinks in quickly and leaves just a light residue, which I find to be common to Tatcha product formulations in general. It strikes a really nice balance as hand creams go; it's moderately hydrating without being too evanescent. As someone who constantly washes her hands on the job, it's so nice to have on hand!
TATCHA Indigo Soothing Silk Body Butter ($48 for 6.7 fl. oz.) is a moisturizing treatment for the body. (It's a wonderful idea, after all why should our complexions get all the pampering?) The one thing I do have to say however, is that the name is mildly misleading. The texture is quite light and almost whipped, not oily or buttery. That said, like a butter, a little does go a long way. Like the hand cream, it sinks in quickly and leaves a light protective residue, as is typical of Tatcha products.
Before I conclude, I should answer the question you may be most curious about! Does the Tatcha Indigo collection turn your skin blue? Yes, and no. Initially, you notice the slightest indigo tint as you smooth it on. However, it blends in and dissipates over time.... I have yet to turn into Smurfette despite covering myself in Tatcha Indigo from head to toe!
Overall, I'm delighted to have the TATCHA Indigo collection as a part of my skincare routine! As someone with sensitive skin, this is my favorite set of theirs to date. I adore the spa-like scent and am kind of tickled by the smurf-blue pigmentation as well. I'm hard pressed to recommend just one item; I'd say it depends on what you're looking for! I find the face serum to be most indulgent, the hand cream to be most practical, and the body cream to provide a wonderful whole-body experience.
Thanks for reading! Have you tried Tatcha? What products would you recommend? And of course, what do you think of Tatcha Indigo's blue hue?
P.S. To learn more about Tatcha's skincare philosophy and shop the new TATCHA Indigo Collection, be sure to visit www.Tatcha.com!
P.S.S. For more on Tatcha Indigo and founder Victoria Tsai, check out her interview on WSJ! For more reading, I've linked my reviews of Tatcha Ageless collection, Tatcha Aburatorigami, and Tatcha's classic skincare routine, as well.
Disclosure: This post contains product(s) sent to Cute and Mundane for consideration. The ideas and opinions in this post are genuine and my own. There are no affiliate links in this post, as usual.
Thanks for the review . I love their Ageless Revitalizing Eye Cream and Rice Enzyme powder.
Hi Jamie, Thanks! Both the Ageless eye cream and Rice Enzyme powder have great (albeit different) textures :)Delete
Hey Dovey, thanks for the review! Question: does the color come from the plant itself or some kind of coloring? I guess I'd just feel better if I knew there is no artificial coloring in my skincare products ;)ReplyDelete
Hi Sunny, I believe it's from indigo itself! I don't see any blue / yellow / red on the ingredient list :)Delete
That is such a dreamy blue! :D I'm still loving their cleansing oil and rice enzyme powder. I should explore more of the line!ReplyDelete
Dreamy blue indeed! The cleansing oil is wonderful... I love the scent and how well it removes makeup :)
I totally agree on the Soothing Renewal: I do not use the gaze on top as she recommended but it works out fine too. I've used one of the discount codes over here for a free eyecream and that one is lovely as well.ReplyDelete
Glad to hear you've tried an enjoyed it! (Coupon cods are always nice too...)
This brand is getting so much love! And I love the indigo packaging, it's very chic!ReplyDelete
I've been seeing more of it as well! I'm def. a fan of the indigo :)
Beautiful products and photos! I've been seeing a lot of raves for this brand but never felt very compelled by the products until now. I want to dip my entire face into that gorgeous pot of blue substance in the last pic. :)ReplyDelete
Haha! I'll have to try the face-dip technique ;)
My friend gave me a few Tatcha samples a little while ago and I fell in love, especially with their eye cream This entire collection looks amazing!ReplyDelete
i've been wanting to try this collection! It sounds so so so good :)ReplyDelete