Tatcha, New York’s favourite skincare brand, just launched in the UK

Japanese skincare brands have been basking in the limelight for a while now, namely for their highly effective formulas that draw on traditional Japanese ingredients, such as fermented rice water and green tea.

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The latest of these brands to arrive in the UK is Tatcha and there’s good reason why beauty buffs are more than a bit excited about this news. Having already launched in the US, housed in the hallowed halls of Sephora, New York beauty editors have been raving about Tatcha for a while now, filling us Brits with envy as we eagerly waited for the J-beauty brand to travel overseas to the UK.

And now that time has come. From today, the brand can be shopped from tatcha.co.uk as well as Space NK stores from 9 May.

So what makes this brand so exciting that Space NK has launched a waiting list for its arrival on our shores? Well, Tatcha has already amassed fair few A-list fans, including Jennifer Aniston, Selena Gomez (who now has her own beauty brand, Rare Beauty), Drew Barrymore and Kim Kardashian. And if you’re a sucker for Insta-worthy packaging, Tatcha’s super cute pots and bottles will be taking centre-stage in your bathroom shelfie.

The range available in the UK consists of a total 18 products, and these include everything from cleansers, moisturisers and exfoliators to serums, toners, lip balms and more. The full line-up is as follows:

  • The Camellia Cleansing Oil
  • The Rice Polish: Classic
  • The Rice Polish: Gentle
  • The Rice Polish: Deep
  • The Essence
  • The Silk Cream
  • The Texture Tonic
  • The Water Cream
  • The Clarifying Clay Mask
  • The Dewy Serum
  • The Dewy Skin Cream
  • Luminous Dewy Skin Mist
  • Violet-C Brightening Serum
  • Indigo Overnight Repair
  • The Kissu Lip Mask
  • Gold Spun Camellia Lip Balm
  • The Silk Powder
  • Original Aburatorigami Blotting Papers

From £11 for the blotting papers to £115 for the most luxurious moisturiser, this certainly isn’t your most purse-friendly line of skincare products. But what we do know is that, with the legions of fans that Tatcha can boast, they must be doing something right. Therefore, if you’re a skincare obsessive, are dying to try the brand or are looking for some investment skincare, we’d recommend giving it a go.