Review: Tata Harper Reparative Moisturizer

When a moisturizer costs $100, it makes me wonder what magic must be inside the bottle. Surely, there has to be something special; the ingredients must be more rare or more pure than anything I've ever seen before. I had awfully high expectations when testing Tata Harper's Repairative Moisturizer; read on to see how it performed.

Pros:
  • Lovely fragrance
  • A little goes a long way
  • Great consistency
  • Leaves skin soft for hours
  • Good for multiple skin types
Cons:
  • Priced for luxury market
Summary:
The Repairative Moisturizer is certainly one of the nicest moisturizers I've tried. It left my combination skin soft for hours without feeling greasy. The fragrance is nice and the texture is an interesting blend between liquid and cream. Just one pump is more than enough to cover your entire face and neck so the bottle will last a long time. However, I wouldn't recommend it for those with oily skin, as it is an intensive moisturizer. If I could change anything about this moisturizer, I would recommend offering a trial-sized version or reducing the price. I would also remove the honey to make it suitable for vegans.

Also available on Amazon.com.

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NOTE TO VEGANS: Product contains honey.
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