Imagine a smooth, silky sunscreen with SPF protection, anti-aging benefits and backed by Japanese dedication to pure, natural ingredients and quality skincare. Now imagine this same sunscreen in a travel-sized bottle. Enter Tatcha, a Japanese beauty brand that not only delivers natural beauty products but also gives back to the local community via the Room to Read program in the Himalayas.
Tatcha’s Silken Pore-Perfecting sunscreen is a broad-spectrum sunscreen with SPF 35 that goes on light, weightless and nearly invisible to offer all-day protection with a smooth finish. The matte effects of the liquid help to minimize pores. Silk extracts help the skin feel smooth while Japanese wild rose works to tighten the skin and reduce the appearance of pores. Loquat leaf extract produces antioxidants that help calm the skin and protect it from harmful environmental influences.
The sunscreen can also be used as a primer before applying make-up to ensure lasting effects of make-up that won’t leave the skin feeling greasy like other sunscreens or moisturizers.
The simple formula excludes parabens, synthetic fragrances, sulfate detergents and phthalates, and is suitable to use on all skin types.
The travel-sized bottle of Silken sunscreen is 10 milliliters/0.34 fluid ounces, and can be purchased on Tatcha’s website for $15. A full-sized bottle (60 milliliters/2 fluid ounces) is also available for $65.
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