Tatcha will soon be available to buy in Australian stores

Mia Steiber 20 March 2017 NEWS

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This Kylie Jenner favourite is coming to MECCA.

Japanese skincare and cosmetics brand Tatcha is finally going to be available in-store in Australia. Although the official Tatcha website does ship to Australia, the non-existent in-store presence means that Aussie shoppers have been unable to test or try the products before committing to buy them.

Tatcha is a cult-favourite and celebrity-loved brand – Kylie Jenner once took to Snapchat to show her love for the Tatcha Luminous Dewy Skin Mist. So, beauty buffs will be very excited to hear that Tatcha will be arriving at 45 MECCA stores this year.

Tatcha has also announced it will be rolling out some new products for spring (which is autumn for us here in the Southern Hemisphere). According to WWD, the new product launch will include The Water Cream, an anti-ageing cream containing Japanese wild rose and Japanese leopard lily. It works best on normal or oily skin and promises to tighten pores, smooth texture, control oil and encourage skin turnover. The next new product is The Deep Polish which is a dry exfoliant you can mix with water. It's made from rice enzyme powder. Rice is also an ingredient in SK-II.

In addition to these new skincare products, Tatcha is also launching a lip collection called Twilight: A Cherry Blossom Lip Collection. The collection includes three products, all in cherry blossom pink of course: Contouring Lip Liner, Cherry Blossom Silk Lipstick and Cherry Blossom Camellia Lip Balm,

These new products are set to appear in American stores in mid-April but we're not sure when we might see them in Australia.

You can expect to see Tatcha products appear in MECCA stores next month. Stay tuned for more details as they become available.

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