While some beauty fans may associate the pressing need for a great moisturizer more with winter — and the subsequent dry skin — don't underestimate the power of a great lightweight formula for summer. As it turns out, Sephora customers aren't. In fact, Sephora's top selling moisturizer, Tatcha's The Water Cream, can't seem to stay on the shelves. After selling out twice since Apr. 1, it's official. The Tatcha Water Cream is spring and summer's go-to moisturizer, and it's not difficult to understand why once you read the claims for the lightweight product.
The name Tatcha is probably recognizable to many who love cosmetics and skin care. The Tatcha Skin Mist is a cult classic among beauty gurus such as Jaclyn Hill, but clearly, the brand does so much more. The Water Cream is totally proof of that. Plus, it's being used by some of your faves. Desi Perkins and Patrick Starr have both been using the latest moisturizing crave, and even Kim Kardashian's famous makeup artist Mario Dedivanovic has used the product on clients.
What makes the Water Cream different, though? Not only does it act as a lightweight moisturizer, but it also is oil-free and anti-aging. Plus, it helps minimize the look of pores while hydrating the skin.
If you want to shop for the Water Cream, you should act fast. The sell-out rate for this moisturizer is next level. While it's price tag may be higher than other moisturizers, with the acclaim that it's receiving, it's hard to argue that something's got to be working, right?
Tatcha Pure One Step Camellia Cleansing Oil, $48, Sephora; Tatcha The Deep Polish Rice Enzyme Powder, $65, Sephora; Tatcha The Essence Plumping Skin Softener, $95, Sephora; Tatcha The Water Cream, $68, Sephora
Fans of the gurus who are using the moisturizer are also already thanking them for the introduction.
Others were lamenting its sold out Sephora status despite it's availability on the Tatcha website.
Others are saying the water cream is what dreams are made of.
Clearly, skin care fans shouldn't sleep on the Tatcha Water Cream. With it's best selling status at Sephora and acclaim from makeup artists and gurus, the moisturizer is clearly a must-have.