If you haven’t heard Tata Harper name-dropped in editor odes or from the lips of earth mother Gwyneth Paltrow herself, you will probably recognize its signature green packaging from a Strat story or two. Its muted, neon-green color hints at Harper’s all-natural ethos that uses exclusively nontoxic ingredients. If you want to top up or just try something new, here’s a small sampling of her best sellers that are 20 percent off at Spring. Move fast, though. The sale ends at midnight Pacific time.
Tata Harper’s masks are the stuff to invest in, and if you can’t book an appointment at her spa, this is the next best at-home treatment. This one comes recommended by fitness guru Taryn Toomey as a perfect gift for any wellness fanatic, though if you want something in a similar vein, try her clarifying mask for acne-prone skin that our beauty writer Rio Viera-Newton says “left me feeling super soft and smooth” without stripping her skin of all its natural moisture.
Joanna Goddard stands behind this lip and cheek tint, which also landed on Rio’s list of “empties” that she used up ‘til the last drop. According to Rio, “It gives my face a lovely and cohesive (but still subtle) warmth. I love, love, love this product and have it in various shades — the one I actually just ran out of is Very Naughty.”
Editor Alexis Swerdloff once described an aromatherapy oil from the line as “smelling like rich people.” Now you can get it at a discount.
Writer Juno DeMelo recommended this anti-aging eye cream for pregnant women who want something effective minus the harsh irritants, saying that it “delivered on its promise to reduce the ‘visible signs of fatigue’ without causing me to tear up.”
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