ICYMI, Meghan Markle has great skin. But let's be real: You didn't miss it, because standing at that altar, the now Duchess of Sussex was a walking advertisement for the power of skin care (plus face massages and probably good genes). The latter two might not be easily attainable, but Markle's skin care routine just became way more feasible to own.
Tatcha, the expensive-but-worth-it brand behind the Duchess's exfoliator of choice, just announced its biggest sale of the year is finally here. That means the brand is offering 20 percent off everything on its website from October 13 through October 20 with the promo code FRIENDS19. A Tatcha sale doesn't happen often, so when it does, it's worth stocking up.
As for that skin care staple of Markle's, the exfoliator in question is Tatcha's Rice Enzyme Powder, which is the rare scrub you can use every day without messing up your skin. Because while other scrubs typically rely on ground-up shell powder or mild acids to clear off your dead skin, Tatcha's formula uses a combination in the gentlest way possible. Per Markle, "It just sort of foams on your face and gives you a really subtle exfoliation." That foam forms when water activates the rice and papaya enzymes, and then comes for dullness, leaving no prisoners. The powder is $65 for a jar, but with the weeklong discount it's down to $52.
Elsewhere in what to shop, Tatcha's Violet-C Radiance Mask is a favorite among Glamour staffers, who swear there is nothing that quite gives your skin an instant glow like it. The brand is also responsible for two frequent Sephora best-sellers. Year after year Tatcha's Water Cream is one of the retailers' best-selling moisturizers, unsurprising given its oil-free gel texture. Heaviness isn't in the Tatcha lexicon; the moisturizer sinks into your skin in two seconds flat, and yet it keeps your skin hydrated for hours. Similarly lightweight is the brand's new undereye cream and concealer hybrid, The Pearl, which has a pearlized formula that reflects light as it lays down hyaluronic acid and brightening niacinamide.
And while we're always hesitant to judge a product's worth by how often it's out of stock (you never know what's going on behind the scenes), our senior beauty editor, Lindsay Schallon, attests to the greatness of the brand's thrice-sold-out primer. Yup, primer: the thing that everyone looks at and thinks, Really?, until now. While most primers prove to be pretty worthless, Lindsay says that "this one somehow can make a $10 foundation look like a $70 one. The tiniest bit goes a long, long way, so it more than makes up for its cost."
Shop our top picks from Tatcha's Annual Friends and Family Sale below:
Read more reviews of our favorite Tatcha products:
-This Is the Only Moisturizer That Saves My Skin From the Cold
-14 Products From Tatcha That Are Actually Worth Your Money
-This Silky Makeup Primer Makes My Skin Look Airbrushed
-This Moisturizer Instantly Gives Me Dewy Dumpling Skin
Originally Appeared on Glamour