In today's review, I would like to share my impressions of the Tata Harper Hydrating Floral Mask, the most beautiful moisturizing face mask enriched with sunflower oil, hyaluronic acid (in two forms), probiotics, barley juice, extracts of coconut, elderberry, tremella mushroom, arnica, chia seeds, anigosanthos, banksia, banana, beetroot, borago, calendula, alfalfa, meadowsweet, rose and lavender flower water in the composition.
I suggest starting traditionally with the composition of the Tata Harper Hydrating Floral Mask:
The Tata Harper Hydrating Floral Mask has a gel-oily texture, the mask is quite sticky (and the stickiness does not go away during the time the mask is on the skin). I also note that the mask has a rather pronounced herbaceous aroma (like all Tata Harper cosmetics). The aroma is natural, very bright (I separately pronounce this moment, because I know that not all "noses" love and perceive natural odorants).
The manufacturer recommends using the mask in two ways. Or in the classical way - apply the mask with a thick layer on the skin, leave for 15-20 minutes, then add a little warm water, massage the skin, and then wash off the mask (upon contact with water, the mask begins to emulsify, turns into white translucent milk, I also note that the mask is well washed off the skin without leaving grease or oiliness on the skin).
Alternatively, Tata Harper Hydrating Floral Mask can be used as a night face mask - here Tata Harper suggests applying a mask instead of a moisturizer (over serums). I use the mask exclusively in the first way (since my skin usually has no need for night masks, I have enough of the moisturizing that regular face creams provide, but I do not apply it in a thick layer, as recommended by Tata Harper, but in a thin layer, as for me, this does not affect the effect in any way). In principle, it seems to me that for dry skin, you can, in principle, not wash off the mask, just blot the excess with a napkin or towel.
The Tata Harper Hydrating Floral Mask really moisturizes the skin (and I would say that the mask really gives the skin a very good dose of hydration, this is one of the best moisturizing masks that I have ever tried), perfectly softens the skin, adds a certain "fullness" to the skin (a kind of plump effect). This mask has become a faithful helper for me this winter - I have used it in a three-step "mask routine" (first peeling, then cleansing, after moisturizing) and simply in those moments when I wanted to give the skin additional hydration.
Regarding skin types for which this mask may theoretically not be suitable. I would not recommend the Tata Harper Hydrating Floral Mask to owners of sensitive, allergic and reactive skin (as well as all Tata Harper cosmetics), as well as to owners of oily skin (in principle, the mask does not clog pores, it is quite comfortable to use, I just I'm not sure if really oily skin really needs such moisturizing masks).
That's all I wanted to tell you about the Tata Harper Hydrating Floral Mask. For me, this is one of the best moisturizing masks I've ever tried. In general, I have already even repeated the purchase (which happens to me quite rarely, since most often I still want to try something new). If you have also tried the Tata Harper Hydrating Floral Mask, I would be very, very grateful if you share your feedback and tell us about your impressions in the comments.