- Odacité Rose + Neroli Hydra-Vitalizing Treatment Mist (50ml)
I bought this one because my Omorovicza Queen of Hungary mist was running out at the time, and I like rose and neroli.
I think I said somewhere already that I realized the mists never smell like I thought they would. It didn’t smell like rose although rose flower water is the second ingredient. It smelled more like neroli, which was kind of weird considering it’s the 3rd to last ingredient. My impression overall was that it smelled like… deep water.
Its pump didn’t produce fine mist. The advantage of that was that I didn’t feel the need to spray much, yet it covered my whole face and was certainly really hydrating. On the other hand, it wasn’t quite a joyful experience.
I don’t sound very positive… All things considered, it actually wasn’t bad. I liked the miron glass, the liquid itself did the job. It simply wasn’t what I expected with the smell, and the pump could be improved to give out finer mist.
Not going to repurchase, at least not in near future, because I have a thing with mists and like to discover new.
- Tata Harper Replenishing Nutrient Complex (sample – 1ml)
I got this sample from Tata Harper’s pop-up store at Stockmann.
Caroline Hirons said that it was slowly replacing her Clarins Skin Beauty Repair Concentrate in times when her skin was sensitizing. I was over-exfoliating my skin recently, and I found that it wouldn’t be able to replace the Clarins oil for me personally, but it was still a nice oil. It would work specially beautifully with other products from the range.
I already purchased its 10ml size, roll-on version from Content Beauty when they had 20% off going on.
About a week ago, it was renamed to be Retinoic Nutrient Face Oil.
- Tata Harper Rejuvenating Serum (sample – 1ml)
I got this sample also from the pop-up store at Stockmann, when they gave me a mini-facial and since then I’ve been a convert (I used to not be so impressed with Tata Harper products before).
I liked it like most of Tata Harper products, and I think I could use it during the day. The reason I didn’t buy its full size was because I’m using way too many oils at serum stage at the moment, I want to finish them before bringing more to the table. I also wanted to get the limited edition, but of course it was more expensive and I had to show some restraint.
- Tata Harper Restorative Eye Crème (sample – 0.5ml)
From Stockmann again, of course (people should really go there to try Tata Harper products and get samples).
This eye cream, like Caroline said, erases fine lines like a dream. I liked to use it during the night and get that effect in the morning when I woke up. Fine lines would appear again during the day after some laughs, but I think that’s just how it is. I read from somewhere that eye creams generally only hydrate the area so that fine lines and wrinkles won’t be so obvious, they won’t reverse time.
Another thing I liked about this eye cream was that it was gentle/non-irritating and didn’t give me milia. Those were the problems with other eye creams I tried before.
Already purchased the full size, also from Content Beauty in the same order with the Replenishing Nutrient Complex (20% off).
- Tata Harper Clarifying Mask (sample)
The mask had a thick and grainy texture. Its smell was not as enticing as most of other Tata Harper products, but it wasn’t too unpleasant either, and I remember it dissipated quickly.
My skin felt smooth and clean but not tight afterwards. I’ve been having two little bumps on my chin, they’ve been refusing to become heads for weeks, but they seem to start giving in now (yay!). Probably the Resurfacing Mask I used yesterday also helped.
I purchased the full size today from Naturelle because their 20% sale was still going on.