This easy-to-use and effective mask enhances the skin’s radiance and improves its appearance by eliminating dull and blemished skin cells, reducing the appearance of pores and softening and refreshing the skin. Leaves the skin feeling fresh, smooth and glowing.
To be honest, I never thought much about of the 14th state of America until I was introduced to Burton snowboards, Ben & Jerry ice cream and Tata Harper Skincare. Now I feel like I need to visit this amazing state! Perhaps it’ll be on a travel post sometime in the near future? Anyways, if you don’t already know about my love affair with this natural line then read my last post about their moisturizer here. As I was running low on my Boscia Luminous Black Mask, I decided it was time to move on and find a natural alternative that would give me the same instant, visible results. The description and ingredients list for the Resurfacing Mask heavily convinced me that it was going to do just that.
$55 per jar (30 ml)
• Pink Clay reduces pore size, detoxifies and tones without stripping the skin
• Beet extract promotes hydration in the outer layers of the skin, helping increase elasticity
• White Willow Extract gently exfoliates, relieves red skin and refreshes the skin’s appearance
• Aloe Vera naturally stimulates healthy cell growth, repairs damaged tissues, and hydrates the skin
• Witch Hazel minimizes pores and reduces inflammation with its strong antioxidant properties
As my first product from this brand, I was really impressed with the packaging. It was in Tata’s signature green color and made from recyclable paper (unfortunately, I threw away the box before I could picture it). The product housed in a frosted green glass jar with a gold screw top. If that doesn’t scream luxurious to you then I don’t know what will. The smell was of petal roses – fresh and soft.
My first application was quite an experience. I’ve never used gel masks before and found the application process easy. I giggled a little as I spread it all over my face. The pink gel was very reminiscent of the ectoplasm from Ghost Busters II (remember that?). But all joking aside, the gel was very refreshing with the cooling action. The dry time was relatively short (~20 minutes) and didn’t make my face super stiff which is a nice change of pace from clay masks.
I would say that results weren’t instantaneous nor clearly visible after the first use. However, over several weeks time, I can honestly say that this mask delivers. I don’t think it really minimized my pores but it has clarified my skin tone. The morning after I have that “instant glow” which I love waking up to. I would definitely repurchase this and would highly recommend this to others. If you’ve experienced the same results with this mask then please leave a comment below. I would love to hear from you!