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.


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.