On my beauty shelf : Tatcha Indigo Triple Recovery cream

Today I am taking you into the blues, my darling birdies! Wonderful news : I’ve got introduced to Tatcha skincare brand* right by the time they’ve discovered their soon-to-turn-into-bestseller Indigo Soothing Triple Recovery cream*. Let me tell you this : Tatcha not only brings back my nostalgia to Japanese language and Japan studies (that was my major through the 5 years of university…however my Japanese is on it’s poorest level right now), but also makes me want to dive into their gorgeously curated skincare line that reveals so many ancient beauty secrets! I am especially intrigued by Tatcha’s Indigo line that contains Indigo concentrated botanical extract (grown and harvested on the banks of the Yoshino River) that is known for it’s extraordinary skin soothing properties. From the Tatcha I learn that Indigo may be used even in place of steroids and prescription methods to relieve symptoms of dermatitis and other hard skin conditions. Well, back to ancient basics, my friends.

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Soothing Triple Recovery Cream* is soothing my soul enough by just looking at it : this charming blue color! Don’t get confused, it’s all natural – the color is a result of implementing Japanese Indigo extract. But it’s not about the color only! Three active components that effectively and naturally act on three directions : Indigo provides soothing and anti-flammaroty properties, Sophora Japonica extract calms the skin, while 3% Colloidal Oatmeal protects it. As a result, this gentle and really fast absorbing formula calms the skin, reduces visible redness, inflammation and irritation.

The ingredients list is most definitely impressive: Water, Olive origin, Glycerin, Rice Bran Wax, Japanese Indigo Leaf/stem Extract, Indigofera Tinctoria Leaf Extract, Oat Kernel Extract, Green Tea Leaf Extract, Coconut Oil, Sophora Japonica Flower Extract, Prunus Lannesiana Flower Extract, Rice Germ Oil, Rice Extract, Silk Extract, Red Algae Extract etc. (see the full list here*).

Since I’ve been in the process of switching to green beauty products, my skin totally re-charged and feels like even re-structured. I’ve just been telling my husband this morning that I don’t remember my face clean and pure like this! It takes time to find the right product for the right time (complexion, weather changes, many many other factors), and finding a soothing moisturizer that suits my sensitive skin and comforts it like a silky blanket, is precious. I would say this cream belongs to luxury green beauty segment (first of all, price-wise, it’s $135 for 50ml), but it is a total skin heaven!

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  • This product seems a really good one, may be a little pricey but at leats it makes the skin looks flawless!

    http://www.notesofglam95.blogspot.it/

    • Vanessa, I do agree about the price, this is totally a “luxury” segment product for me. And it makes my skin look and feel luxurious too;)

    • Thank you so much, Hadas! I am really glad to hear that! Are you from israel??:)

  • MYMY i love that blue color! Always amazing brand presentation! <3 <3

    • Thank you, Julie!:) I’ve experimented with this new kind of illustration, that I am oh so going to continue to play around with!:) That color is amazing, that’s true!

  • I absolutely love that you use so many organic beauty products on your skin. This cream sounds lovely but it’s way too expensive …
    Nati xx
    http://www.simplyartdicted.com

    • It is, Nati.. Some of the products I feature on the blog do belong to “luxury” beauty segment and there’re certain brands that may look overpriced. However, there’re many many other budget-friendly and affordable brands that are beyond cool, green and organic, that I try to find and introduce more on the blog! I hope I’ll get a chance to catch your attention in further beauty posts of mine! Thank you so much for reading!

      • Thank you! <3

  • Eeeep, I’ve always wanted to try Tatcha but that price point… hahaha. I firmly believe you should splurge on great skincare though, especially since a lot of the time a little bit can go a long way. The indigo color is definitely intriguing – while moisturizers aren’t something I usually splurge on, I might give this one a go.

    becky | star violet

    • Becky, that’s a tricky point in green beauty, and in skincare field in general.. There are all types of prices and all types of quality you can ever meet. And, we all know that branding and unique ingredients – that what makes the price goes up basically, without a limit. However, I believe in minimizing the amount of products we use on a daily basis to essential ones, and ones that work for YOU! For years I’ve been buying every single cleanser I saw in the drugstore because nothing worked for me and I was sort of hopeless, so if I would do a simple math now on how much products I bought and sent to the trash during last few years, I may have my hair turn grey… And then it took me a long while to heal my face till the point where I am now. So I think, the price of cheap skincare is actually what we all should be concerned about…

      Thank you for reading, and for bringing up this subject!