Tatcha is a luxury skincare brand of whose products I’d never tried until I was lucky enough to win this Violet-C Radiance Mask and The Water Cream in a competition.
I’ve since finished and written a review on the Tatcha Water Cream which I enjoyed though I couldn’t entirely justify its high price point for its performance.
Bearing that in mind, I was still excited to use this Violet-C Radiance Mask and see for myself if it improved my complexion.
This Violet-C Radiance Mask contains ingredients that are supposed to target dull and uneven skin to brighten and tighten your complexion in 15 minutes. It can be used up to three times a week; I typically wont mask more than twice a week.
To use this mask, I apply a generous layer to my clean, cleansed skin. Once applied I will leave it for around 15 minutes and then wash it away and continue with my remaining skincare routine.
Immediately after using this mask my skill will look bright and feel soft. My skincare will apply nicely to my skin that night as well. In the following days I can’t say I notice any significant changes to my skin.
Unfortunately, as I won this in a competition, it’s not a mask that I would buy for my personal skin concerns. As the name suggests this Violet-C Radiance Mask is designed to brighten and tighten skin, fading pigmentation to reduce discoloration and dark spots. I don’t have any discolouration or pigmentation on my skin so a lot of its benefits are wasted on me.
For my oily, acne prone skin the only effects this mask provide is to brighten my complexion and soften my skin. I don’t notice any improvement to my acne or reduction in my oiliness, which this mask never claims to do.
So overall I haven’t been overly impressed by this Tatcha Violet-C Radiance Mask. It’s not the most suited to my skin concerns so unfortunately I can’t speak for its benefits to discolouration. For someone who has similar skin to mine, then I wouldn’t recommend this mask.