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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."


    I have been struggling with breakouts ever since I moved to a colder country from the tropics. That's when my sister introduced me to this serum, my first Tatcha product. I was doubtful at first as I have oily skin, surely I do not require a hydration serum. I was wrong and as the serum replenished moisture to my skin, just within the first 2 weeks my face is less oily and I have less breakouts too! Since then this has been a staple product in the bathroom. I have to rate it 4 stars though as I find using Tatcha Pore Perfecting Sunscreen after applying the serum will strip the serum off my face like little gelatinous balls. Now I am only applying it at night time, which is still fine.
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  • Amazing!

    Hard to just use this as part of a nighttime routine. Plump luminous skin, and I'm 63. Thats a feat. Love it! Wish Tatcha would be more cognizant of price point or offer quarterly deals.
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  • Glow get it

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