Tata Harper's products have built somewhat of a cult following in the beauty world, and I wanted to see what all the hype was about, especially since the brand uses ecofriendly and organic ingredients. I decided to try its Hydrating Floral Mask ($95) because my skin had been a bit on the drier side lately and the brand claims it's a "hyper-hydrating mask with 1,000 sizes of hyaluronic acid to recharge dry skin, replenish lost moisture and deliver thirst-quenching hydration."
I followed the directions to apply a thick layer over the face and neck and leave on for 15 to 20 minutes, and was surprised by how lightweight it was. The texture of the product was a little sticky when I put it on, and it felt more like a gel rather than the creamier masks I'm used to. Once the time passed, I massaged my skin with warm water to gently rinse it off, and within minutes, I could feel that my skin felt super smooth and had a nice bounce to it.
After testing out the mask consistently for a few weeks now, I've also noticed that the redness around my T-zone eases up any time I use it, which is a win in my book. While the price point is a bit on the higher side at $95, I do believe it's worth it because you don't have to use a lot of it to see a big difference. I'll be keeping this one close any time my skin needs a big dose of hydration, especially come winter.