Why you Should Never Skimp on Skincare | A Closer look at Tata Harper Botanicals

Adopting a regular skincare routine is one of the best things you can do for your skin, but it can be challenging to find the right natural products for you. Our skin is the largest organ in our body, so it’s essential we treat it right. In this article, we’ll look at the main reasons why you should never skimp on all-natural skincare and how Tata Harper Botanicals can help you reach your goals.

Photo by Andrea Piacquadio

 

Exfoliators

One of the ways to ensure your skincare serums are absorbed directly into your skin is by starting with a clean surface. To do this effectively, use an excellent exfoliator that will altogether remove dead skin and dirt from your face. Exfoliators firm skin, tighten pores and boost radiance. Just be gentle rubbing in the exfoliator on sensitive skin.

Tata Harper’s Regenerating Exfoliating Cleanser is the perfect natural product that reveals smooth skin after use. Free of toxins, fillers, synthetics, artificials, and GMOs, their vegan and cruelty-free products will work with dry and combination skin to even your skin texture.

 

Facials

Facials can do wonders for your skin; it’s just too bad that they come with a hefty price. Still, nothing beats the feeling of fingers gliding across your skin and being pampered, but only accept treatment from skincare professionals with training, or you could damage your skin. However, you won’t need to worry about developing a problem if you choose Tata Harper products.

The Med Spa Facial kit by Tata Harper provides the complete spa experience right at home with products that boost hydration, give anti-ageing properties, and offer nourishment to our tired skin. The step-by-step process involves a double cleanse to remove oil and water, a mask, prep, a targeting serum, and hydration products. You’ll look and feel great in under an hour!

 

Eye Creams

The skin around our eyes is fragile and delicate and is the first place where both women and men show ageing signs. Issues like hollowness and crow’s feet can show up without warning, but you can choose a quality eye cream to prevent them. Look for ingredients like vitamin k, hyaluronic acids, peptide, and squalene for the best results.

With Tata Harper’s Restorative Anti-Aging Eye Cream, you’ll minimise the look of wrinkles and depuff the area to reveal youthful-looking eyes. The peptides will smooth skin, which the safflower oleosomes will plump. Finally, the ingredient buckwheat wax will help make the skin under your eyes appear less dark and brighter after a few uses.

Serums

Serums come in all shapes and sizes and are chock full of moisturising ingredients that penetrate deeply into the skin at high concentrations. Your skin is taking a dose of a multivitamin as it’s great for targeting skincare concerns like ageing. While serums have moisturising ingredients, they aren’t lotions as face lotions sit on top of the skin.

One of the best products from Tata Harper is their Resurfacing Serum because of its brightening vitamin C and AHA/BHA ingredients. Adding one of their essences will help the serum go along way, but even by itself, the serum will slough off dead skin and give you a healthy glow throughout the day.

 

Sunscreen 

No matter how light or dark your skin is, it’s essential to apply at least an SPF 20-30 on most skin types. Lighter skin tones are more likely to burn, so prioritise SPF 40 or higher. Minimise your time in the sun by staying in the shade, as prolonged exposure can cause irritation, burns, and possibly skin cancer.

While Tata Harper doesn’t have sunscreen, they recommend a natural sunscreen from Suntegrity to keep chemicals off the skin while protecting you. Maybe one day, they’ll extend their line of products to include serums or lotions that guard against UV rays.

 

 

Jessica Alexander

Jessica Alexander

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