A New Mask from Tata Harper.

Tata Harper Hydrating Floral Mask Review by Grace Atwood

If you’ve been reading here long then you know I am such a big fan of Tata Harper. She was my first introduction into organic skincare (isn’t it cool how far we’ve come? Now there are so many amazing good-for-you skincare brands!) and will always hold a special place in my heart.

But my favorites from Tata are definitely her masks. The resurfacing mask is one of my holy grail, ride or die products. It is especially fantastic before a big event as it leaves you truly radiant and glowy. The purifying mask is fantastic when you need a good deep cleanse – after an event where you’ve been wearing a lot of makeup; or maybe an indulgent weekend where you didn’t wash your face every night. It’s like a stronger version of their purifying cleanser. And of course there is the clarifying mask which is great for oily and acne prone skin. That one is a bit intense for me so I like to use it as a spot treatment. I’m gushing now.

Tata Harper Hydrating Floral Mask Review

It was only a matter of time before she’d introduce a hydrating mask and OH WOW GUYS IT’S A GOOD ONE. Meet the hydrating floral mask. It’s based off of her best-selling hydrating floral essence (another favorite product) which I like to spritz on my face before I mask. This is perfect for dry, dehydrated skin. It’s packed with hyaluronic acid (my favorite skin plumping, hydrating ingredient) and delivers an instant shot of moisture. It’s soothing (great for redness and uneven skintone) and oh so hydrating. Apply a thick (but not too thick – this stuff is expensive!) layer, leave on for 20 minutes, rinse, and moisturize. Your dry skin will thank you. My skin needs this in the winter – it’s like gatorade for a hangover. (Luxe, all natural, eco-friendly gatorade, that is!!!)

Tata Harper Hydrating Floral Mask

photography by Carter Fish.


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  1. The mask sounds like heaven to use! I’d love to try it one day. Thank you for sharing, Grace! 🙂 ❤️

    Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog

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  2. Yes!! I need to get this. Thanks for doing a review on it so I know it’s worth it. Have you tried her Moisture Mask? I like using it as a night time cream to keep my skin nice and moisturized. I find it works better than Le Mer and Weleda on me. However, I love Weleda (like you) and use that more often because of the good price! 🙂

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    • I have! I actually didn’t love it!! I found it to be a little bit too heavy (which is crazy because I like heavy!!) I like this one a lot more.

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      • Thank you. My skin must be a lot drier and sensitive than yours. I’m still excited to try this mask. 🙂

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  3. dana mannarino:

    Oooh thanks for this rec! Also need to pick up the purifying mask considering I was completely thrown off with my skin care routine this week!

    The Champagne Edit

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    • The purifying mask is heaven after you’ve been “bad!” I also really love Origins’ charcoal mask for that!!

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  4. Jen:

    I ordered one immediately when it became available. I use so many of her products already. And I LOVE this one. I use it once a week as a mask, but I’ve also started using a thin layer after cleansing (with the Nourishing Oil cleanser of course) and the Hydrating floral mist and before continuing with my regular skincare items. So, it’s like a little layer of extra moisture. I’ve struggled with combination/oily skin most of my life, but as I get older I get more dry patches, especially in the winter and this seems to really do the trick of moisturizing without clogging my pores and making me break out. I love it!

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    • OOOH I LOVE that tip!!!!! Thank you – I’m going to do that when I get home tonight.

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  5. Rachel:

    I’ve been thinking about splurging for one of these masks for a while given how popular they are. What are you thoughts on this one versus the Summer Friday Jet Lag mask if you wanted one to beat winter dry skin? Thanks!!

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    • I love them both!
      I would say that this one is better at penetrating the skin. Also it’s a rinse off mask whereas Summer Fridays tissues off and stays on the skin.

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  6. Lisa:

    Definitely on my list to try! The resurfacing mask is one of my favs and one of the few masks where the difference is immediate.

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  7. Loving this recommendation and your review!
    xx, Merritt
    The Style Scribe

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  8. Mindi:

    Love tata everything!

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