Tatcha’s newest product might just replace your concealer

Posted: 12 April 2018 1:26 pm

Get ready for Tatcha's newest product, and we think it's going to be pretty darn popular.

Tatcha is known for releasing some pretty amazing products. They're very much skin focused and are loved by celebrities like Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian.

The newest product the brand is releasing is unlike any other we've seen before. It's called the Pearl Tinted Eye Illuminating Treatment. It's a bit of a mouthful but essentially, this product aims to awaken the eyes and hydrate as well as reduce the look of dark circles and wrinkles instantly and over time. Kind of sounds like magic, I know.

The pearl-like lustre aims to work on your dark circles, fine lines and wrinkles by assisting natural collagen production and inhibiting any hyperpigmentation present in your skin.

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The product contains niacinamide, which aims to visibly brighten and firm your skin. The silk powder present in the illuminating treatment will smooth out fine lines and imperfections giving your under-eye area a flawless and seamless look!

It comes in three different shades called Soft Light (light), Candlelight (medium) and Moonlight (Dark). Now if you're a fan of the natural look, this product might just be your Holy Grail!

So when and where can you get it?

This new product is going to be dropping incredibly soon. This month in fact! You can expect to be able to purchase the new Tatcha product on 21 April. You'll be able to buy it directly from the Tatcha website as well as online or in-store at Sephora.

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