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What do Meghan Markle, Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Aniston and Selena Gomez have in common (besides their superstar status, that is)? They’re all huge fans of Tatcha, the luxury skincare brand based on Japanese beauty rituals.
And with the company’s highly anticipated Friends & Family Sale running from Friday, June 17 through Sunday, June 26, Tatcha diehards can shop the entire website – no exclusions! – for 20% off using the code FF2022.
Not sure where to start? Below, get the scoop on 8 celeb-loved products worth snagging (for a steal) before they sell out.
In 2014, the Duchess of Sussex told Allure that she “really loves” this water-activated polishing powder, which formulated with Japanese rice bran and silk protein. “It just sorts of foams on your face and gives you a really subtle exfoliation,” she said.
As if that weren’t enough of a stamp of approval, Markle also gifted the product to guests at her New York baby shower in 2019, when she was pregnant with son Archie.
Kim Kardashian, Kylie Jenner and Kathy Hilton all love this silky spray-on moisturizer, and Drew Barrymore sang its praises in a 2014 Vogue interview.
“[It] totally reinvigorates your makeup. It’s incredible, ”she said. “If you’re stuck at work for several hours a day – and I tend to get stuck at work for several, several, several hours a day – this spray is a game-changer.”
3. Tatcha The Serum Stick ($ 38, originally $ 48)
In early 2022, Jennifer Aniston snapped a behind-the-scenes pic from the set of “The Morning Show,” offering a glimpse at some of the products her glam team uses to get her glowing. This concentrated solid serum, comprised 80% squalane and Japanese lemon balm, made the cut.
To prep Aniston’s pout, makeup artist Angela Levin reaches for this leave-on jelly treatment formulated with squalane and Japanese peach.
“It’s so thick and yummy that you don’t actually have to use that much of it,” Selena Gomez raved of this rich moisturizer during a 2020 Vogue video. It’s made with antioxidant-packed Japanese purple rice, Okinawa algae and hyaluronic acid, among other plumping and hydrating ingredients.
Markle’s longtime makeup artist, Daniel Martin, used a bevy of Tatcha products to prep his superstar client’s face for the 2021 Salute to Freedom Gala – including this weightless liquid primer infused with silk extracts and the brand’s proprietary Hadasei-3 complex of double-fermented Uji green tea, Akita rice and Mozuku algae.
Martin also reached for this lightweight, clarifying moisturizer to get Markle red carpet-ready. A lighter alternative to the aforementioned Dewy Skin Cream, it’s made Japanese wild rose and Japanese leopard lily, among other botanicals.
Doja Cat called this moisturizing two-in-one makeup remover and cleanser her “100% holy grail” in a 2022 Byrdie interview, while Kourtney Kardashian name-checked it in a 2020 chat with Rose Inc. Formulated with (what else?) Camellia oil, it melts away even waterproof cosmetics while still nourishing the complexion.