October 13, 2022 |
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From Hollywood royalty to literal royalty, celebrities can’t get enough of Tatcha’s luxury skincare products.

And while Amazon’s October Prime Day has come and gone, it’s still the prime time to save on the buzzy brand’s beauty offerings — which stars like Kim Kardashian and Meghan Markle swear by.

To score 20% off sitewide at Tatcha today, all you’ll need is the code TATCHA20.

Among the deep discounts? Everything from Drew Barrymore’s go-to skin-refreshing solution to a royal-loved polishing powder.

The A-lister-approved brand is rarely discounted, so be sure to add to cart quickly before time runs out.

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Selena Gomez has touted Tatcha in interviews.

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Doja Cat loves the brand’s two-in-one cleanser and makeup remover.

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Drew Barrymore reaches for the skincare brand’s face mist during long days at work.

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Below, shop eight skincare products beloved by stars — and available for a steal during the limited-time sale.

Tatcha The Rice Polish ($54 with code, originally $68)

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Meghan Markle is a longtime fan of this water-activated exfoliant. Five years before she gifted it to guests at her 2019 baby shower, she told Allure that she “really loves” the polish, adding, “It just sort of foams on your face and gives you a really subtle exfoliation.”


Tatcha Luminous Skin Mist ($38 with code, originally $48)

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Kathy Hilton and Kim Kardashian have more in common than household-name status; both stars use this moisturizing mist, which also counts Kylie Jenner and Drew Barrymore as fans.

“[It] totally reinvigorates your makeup. It’s incredible,” Barrymore raved in a 2014 Vogue interview. “If you’re stuck at work for several hours a day — and I tend to get stuck at work for several, several, several hours a day — this spray is a game-changer.”


Tatcha The Dewy Skin Cream ($55 with code, originally $69)

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As for Selena Gomez’s favorite skin cream? You can “Come & Get It” during the Tatcha sale, too. The actress swears by the brand’s rich moisturizer, which includes antioxidant-packed Japanese purple rice.

“It’s so thick and yummy that you actually don’t have to use that much of it,” she gushed in a 2020 Vogue video


Tatcha The Serum Stick ($38 with code, originally $48)

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Just call it a beauty secret between “Friends.” Jennifer Aniston once showed off her “Morning Show” glam setup on Instagram, including this moisture-locking serum stick.


Tatcha Kissu Lip Mask ($22 with code, originally $28)

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If you’re shopping Aniston’s favorites, don’t leave out this leave-on lip mask, which her makeup artist, Angela Lanvin, uses to perfect her pout.


Tatcha The Liquid Silk Canvas: Featherweight Protective Primer ($43 with code, originally $54)

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Want to get gala-ready glam at home? Meghan Markle’s makeup artist, Daniel Martin, prepped her skin with this lightweight primer before the 2021 Salute to Freedom Gala


Tatcha The Water Cream ($55 with code, originally $69)

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Martin’s extensive beauty arsenal also includes this lightweight moisturizer, which the brand promises will clarify and refine your skin.


Tatcha The Camellia Cleansing Oil ($40 with code, originally $50)

Tatcha cleasner in a white bottle
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When it comes time to melt off makeup, this Kourtney Kardashian-approved oil does double duty as a cleanser. Doja Cat even called it her “100% holy grail” in a Byrdie interview earlier this year.

In addition to Tatcha’s celeb-loved beauty products, don’t forget to check out the other star style staples still discounted post-Prime Day, including Kate Middleton’s go-to Superga sneakers.