Jan 072013
 

Tata Harper Rejuvenating Serum

For the past six weeks, I’ve been using Tata Harper Rejuvenating Serum after washing my face. This natural anti-aging ‘serum’ is more of a moisturizing cream. So when I use it, I don’t apply moisturizer since it does a great job of leaving my face hydrated and dewy. The serum has a strong floral sent from the essential oils, it was almost too strong for me. I like lightly scented skin care products because some heavy fragrances can give me a headache. This thankfully did not!

This serum is formulated with 29 natural (yes, natural!) anti-aging ingredients direct from nature. These are some of  the key ingredients:

  • Menyanthes Flower is a powerful skin tonic helping maintain healthy skin cells
  • Narcissus Bulb extract increases skin cell durability, stimulating the skin to defend itself against environmental damage.
  • Date Extract Minimize lines and wrinkles with this anti-aging extract.
  • Alfalfa Extract. Restore a natural glow with nutrient & vitamin rich extract.
  • Meadowsweet Extract Keeps skin looking dewy and youthful.
  • Jasmine, Chamomile, Lavender and Immortelle essential oils blend together creating a rich floral fragrance and add their unique skin hydrating, nourishing and balancing qualities to the serum.

This serum claims to decrease wrinkle surface depth 18% after 42 days and increase elasticity and firmness about 10% or so in 28 days. But honestly I did not see any noticeable difference in any of my fine lines. It’s difficult to gage a 10% improvement but I would think that it would be at least somewhat noticeable but alas I saw no improvement.

As a preventative skin care treatment this serum is said to increase antioxidant activity by 66% in 24hrs, reinforce cell renewal, help skin retain moisture, improve firmness and elasticity. Whew that’s a list!. I can say that my skin remained adequately hydrated throughout the day and felt firm (but then it again it always does!). Even so its hard to justify the $150 price tag that accompanies this serum.

Have you tried Tata Harper Rejuvenating Serum?

Disclosure: The product featured in this review were provided for editorial consideration. Receipt of this product did not guarantee review and all opinions are my own.

 

  7 Responses to “Review: Tata Harper Rejuvenating Serum”

  1. I LOVE Tata Harper products. This serum sounds amazing and I love the ingredients list. You should try out their mask too. It leaves my skin feeling smooth for a week.
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  2. One of my top picks on Tata Harper products was Tata Harper Rejuvenating Serum. Yes, it is amazing and I have already tested it.

  3. Thanks for the review! I’m glad I won’t be wasting my money. I don’t mind heavy floral scents but it concerns me that they probably have a lot of essential oils in it which can end up harming skin more than helping it.
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  4. Hello,
    I am glad I am not the only person who has not seen any difference. I have been using this serum for a while. It is a nice product, and I love the smell, but that is all. No difference in my skin before and after. I will not repurchase it because the price is just ridiculous. I have also tried her mask. It is nothing special, and definitely not worth the purchase The cleanser is horrible because it does not cleanse at all. The body oil has a nice texture, but it stinks. Honestly! The best product is her reparative moisturizer, and I will repurchase it. I love it! The face oil (forgot the name) is just average, nothing special, and definitely not worth $45.00 for 10 ml. Huh. I hope this helps. Greetings, Vahalla

    • Hi Vahalla,
      Thank you for your comment. I’ve heard great things about other Tata Harper products so I would be willing to try them. Unfortunately this serum did very little for my fine lines and its very, very expensive.

      If you remember the name of the face oil that you used please let me know!

      Best,
      Nicole

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