Why Tatcha Dewy Skin Cream Remains A Firm Favourite

Tatcha Dewy Skin Cream Review | Space NK
Finding the best face cream for your skin can be quite the feat. While there are some moisturisers that see a spike in popularity throughout the colder winter months, others gain traction when the weather warms up. Tatcha The Dewy Skin Cream is a moisturiser that retains its spot on the bestsellers list all year round. It has a cult-like following among all skin types, tones and age ranges.

With hyaluronic acid to hydrate, Okinawa algae blend to moisturise and soothe, and Japanese purple rise to boost firmness, the Dewy Skin Cream promises to leave your skin feeling soft, smooth and nourished. Does it work for everyone and is this Tatcha cream worth it?

We asked two Space NK team members to share their honest opinions on the Dewy Skin Cream. Our social media coordinator Lauren Daniel has combination skin that can be reactive and sensitive, while Space NK’s digital partnerships assistant Kelsea Demetriou has very dry, dehydrated skin and is looking for the best moisturiser for dry skin.
Tatcha Dewy Skin Cream Texture | Space NK

Lauren’s Tatcha The Dewy Skin Cream Review

• Skin type: Combination

• Skin tone: Medium to dark

• The products: Tatcha The Dewy Skin Cream, £24

Tatcha Dewy Skin Cream Review | Space NK

Full disclosure, I’ve used Tatcha’s Dewy Skin Cream before, it’s a formula I come back to time and time again when my skin feels out of sorts. I’m also a big fan of the and Tatcha The Rice Polish: Classic, £64.

Before using the Tatcha Dewy Skin Cream for this review I was using a moisturiser that didn’t agree with my skin’s needs and caused me to breakout. My skin was feeling a bit dry and tight. I moisturise twice a day after I shower and if I don’t, my skin lets me know very quickly.

Before and after Tatcha Dewy Skin Cream | Space NK
Lauren before and after applying Tatcha The Dewy Skin Cream

Within a couple of days of using it the Dewy Skin Cream helped to soothe my skin and give it the hydration and nourishment it needed. I love the delicate scent and the creamy texture is right up my street. This Tatcha moisturiser feels super luxurious and left my skin feeling soft, hydrated and radiance – so much so, I felt comfortable enough to leave the house wearing just moisturiser and SPF without any makeup.

Using the formula again for this review confirmed that Tatcha The Dewy Skin Cream is definitely one of my favourite moisturisers and I’ll always come back to it.

Kelsea’s Tatcha The Dewy Skin Cream Review

• Skin type: Extremely dry and dehydrated

• Skin tone: Warm

• The products: Tatcha The Dewy Skin Cream, £24

Tatcha Dewy Skin Cream Review | Space NK

Although I’ve used Tatcha The Camellia Cleansing Oil, £48, the Rice Polish that Lauren’s used and Tatcha The Essence, £102, I hadn’t used the Dewy Cream before this review. My skin had been feeling very dry so I was hoping this moisturiser would live up to its hydrating reputation.

When I first used the Dewy Cream I was surprised by the colour, I wasn’t expecting it to be purple. Luckily it doesn’t give your skin a purple tinge and the fragrance isn’t overwhelming, it gives the moisturiser a fresh, clean feeling. The texture feels quite gel like, so despite being quite thick it doesn’t feel heavy or cloying. Immediately after applying the Dewy Cream my skin felt hydrated, soft and soothed.

Before and after Tatcha Dewy Skin Cream | Space NK
Kelsea before and after applying Tatcha The Dewy Skin Cream

I used the Dewy Skin Cream consistently after my serum in the morning and before my primer and SPF for a month. Every day it left my skin feeling amazing, I think it’s become my favourite day-time moisturiser as it gives your skin a subtle dewiness and sits perfectly under makeup.

The Verdict: Is Tatcha Dewy Cream Worth It?

From both reviews it’s clear that Tatcha The Dewy Skin Cream, £24 is definitely worth the investment if you’re looking for a hydrating moisturiser to soothe dry skin. “You will love this moisturiser as much as I do if you have combination or dry skin and prefer a thicker cream with a luxurious feel,” says Lauren.

Rather handily, the brand offers a 10ml pot for those keen to road test the formula before investing in 50ml. It’s also a great option for travelling too.

More From Tatcha

Almost as iconic as the Dewy Skin Cream is Tatcha’s Water Cream. The formula is much lighter and designed for those with oily to combination skin. If you want your face cream to help tackle any uneven skin tone, we recommend exploring The Silk Cream, which contains Hadesai-3, a fermented complex of rice, algae and green tea to help boost your glow.

Depending on which Tatcha moisturiser you opt for the brand offer accompanying products to help you build a full routine, including cleansers, exfoliators, serums and treatments.

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