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Deep Hydration Firming Serum

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In TATCHA’s centuries-old beauty manuscript, red algae is incorporated into rituals from washing the hair to nourishing the body. It has also been a treasured part of the Okinawan diet for centuries, and is called “treasure from the god of the sea” by the island’s residents.

  • Hollywood Reporter

    Hollywood Reporter

    “Hollywood's Guide to Guilt-Free Glam”

    Tatcha Luminous Deep Hydration Firming Serum with red algae to plump. Amy Adams loves the line; $95, at Barneys New York, Beverly Hills.



    “6 New Serums for Perfect Skin”

    "Pat on this blend of tightening red algae, moisturizing hyaluronic acid and anti-inflammatory gold dust–or add a few drops to your foundation."

  • Glow get it

    Glowing, plump, juicy skin. Do yourself a favor and get this one. It's a no-brainer.
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  • Horrible

    Feels horrible, I do better without this product. Instead of helping my skin it gives it the worst texture. The only reason this is this expensive is because they say it has gold. Who even knows if it is real gold, it's just a signature style they have so even if it was real it is good for nothing. If anyone is curious to still give it a try I suggest you sample it and save yourself the aggravation and money.
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  • The Best Serum

    I went to Sephora to buy facial masks, and I saw the little Tatcha section. I applied this serum on my skin and noticed that it was not greasy at all. I came home and purchased it online. I have been using this serum for 2 weeks and I totally love it. Thanks Tatcha!
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