Tata Harper Regenerating Cleanser Review

Tata Harper Regenerating Cleanser is the one I ended up buying after a thorough evaluation of the several five start anti-aging cleansers. At that time I thought I needed some additional anti-aging ingredients in my facial cleanser. My regular anti-acne solutions were not doing it for me anymore.

Tata Harper Ingredients

One of the main reasons I have decided to get the Regenerating Cleanser was the fact that their products do not contain any chemical ingredients. And I am starting to appreciate the organic brands more and more these days.

Tata Harper Regenerating Cleanser Review Ingredients
Tata Harper Regenerating Cleanser – Ingredients

Salicylic acid is one of the most beneficial ingredients for my combination, breakout prone skin. Aloe vera successfully helped me on my irritated skin in the past. I am using separate aloe vera gel, maybe I will make a review of it in the near future 😉

You can find here ingredients extracted from grapeseed and wheat, olives, sunflower and many others.

The apricot seed kernels is a very gentle on the skin. I haven’t noticed any signs of irritation what so ever.

Love the packaging

Tata Harper Regenerating Cleanser 50 ml
Tata Harper Regenerating Cleanser – 50 ml bottle

The green glass bottle is sleek and fancy. The dosing pump keeps the dosing under control. Although, it does pump out very small amounts of the product. You will have to check for yourself how many pumps works the best for your skin.

How beneficial it actually is?

As you can see on the recommendations written on the bottle, it says to apply and massage it to dry skin. However, the cultbeauty.co.uk gives advice on using it on the damp skin in case you want to use it on the daily basis.

I personally prefer it for a deeper exfoliation, I still have some other facial gels and cleansers that I am loving apart from this one, so there is no need for me to use it as a daily wash.

I use it as a deep exfoliant on dry skin, approximately twice a week depending on how my skin looks. For that, I use approximately 5 pumps at once.  After application on dry skin, I experience more severe skin peeling the day after than when it is used just as a facial wash. It requires additional moisturiser to keep the dry patches under control. But it is something that I experience with the majority of exfoliants.

Small dry patches are definitely something that I can overcome due to the fabulous softness and glow of the skin afterwards.

My acne scars and sun spots brightened within the last few months. I believe that Tata Cleanser had a huge share in this.  I truly love what this cleanser has done for my skin. Big thumbs up for this one!

Tata Harper Regenerating Cleanser is available at cultbeauty.co.uk.
The 50 ml bottle costs 38£.

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