Tata Harper is Organic, Toxin Free Skin Care
Tata Harper is another Mary Kay.
At 36, with a degree in industrial engineering, she concocts and develops her own line of skin care formulations that at all organic and toxic free. While living in Latin America, she noticed how women in Columbia used skin care products and really did not like what she was buying. Many products contained harsh chemicals or toxic elements.
Married with three kids, she now lives in Vermont and Manhattan. Her skin care formulations under the label, Tata Harper, have received many awards and accolades for being non-toxic and natural. Her creams have anywhere from six to 29 active ingredients. One fifth of them come from her Vermont farm. The rest of the ingredients come from farms in Tasmania, Israel and France. All of the products are produced and packaged on the farm in Vermont.
She recommends that a daily regime for facial care comprise of using a cleanser and foilate. Then, using hyaluronic acid spray, followed by a serum, a moisturizer and eye cream. While it sounds like a lot, it takes less than a minute. Cleansers are important to remove dead skin, but you should have one with a pH level similar to your own. For a facial at home, steam is best because it activates enzymes. She recommends pumpkin, papaya and pomegranate oil for a glowing skin. Tata states that the secret for not aging is staying out of the sun, eating healthy.
Her products are more expensive, but like I said, she is another Mary Kay.
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