I've been fascinated by the work of Geishas since I've read Arthur Golden's "Memoirs of a Geisha" years ago. Geishas, but also Asian women in general, are known for their flawless skin, so the idea of bringing their beauty rituals to bathrooms all over the world, can only be intriguing. That's exactly what Tatcha does.Victoria Tsai, founder of Tatcha, had been working for large companies for years and was seeking for simplicity on a trip to Japan. There she met a modern-day Geisha, whose beauty secrets encouraged Victoria to found Tatcha. The Japanese approach to skincare is mixture of "less is more" and ancient traditions.
I am really glad that I got the opportunity to dive into this oriental world of beauty, which is also a beauty to the eye when you see the precious packagings that the brand came up with. The discovery kit consists of a camellia cleansing oil, rice enzyme powder that turns into a polishing foam, a deep brightening serum that reduces age spots, and a moisture rich silk cream. Besides from this goodness that sounds like it will do the skin beyond good, I also got the so called Aburatorigami, which are japanese beauty papers, created with leaf gold.
Doesn't this all just sound amazing? I will definitely keep you updated on how the products work, but as I loved the story behind them so much, I just didn't want to keep this beauty secret from you any longer.