The Duchess of Sussex and Kim Kardashian are completely different in many ways — but they do have one thing in common: their favourite cult beauty product.
In an interview with Elle, Kardashian’s makeup artist, Mario Dedivanovic, said the celebrity uses Tatcha products as part of her extensive beauty regime, particularly The Rice Polish Foaming Enzyme Powder.
“When mixed with water, this foaming enzyme powder helps exfoliate and smooth the surface of the skin,” Dedivanovic explained.
Back in 2014, Meghan dished to Allure on her beauty routine and also mentioned the Japanese cleanser. “I really love the Tatcha Rice Enzyme Powder,” she told the outlet. “It just sort of foams on your face and gives you a really subtle exfoliation.”
So what exactly is this celeb-approved product?
“The Polished Rice Enzyme Powders provide non-abrasive daily exfoliation to create a smooth, makeup-ready canvas,” boasts the Sephora website. “Rice and papaya enzymes delivered in a creamy, rich foam soften, exfoliate, and gently release debris, promoting healthy, natural skin turnover to instantly reveal glowing, baby-soft skin.”
The $80 cleanser comes in four different formulas: Classic (best for normal/combination/dry skin):, Deep (best for combination/oily skin), Gentle (best for dry skin) and Indigo (best for sensitive skin).
With more than 50,000 likes on Sephora, it’s clear that it’s not just celebs that love this product!
“I bought the best seller trial size box and the regular rice enzyme powder was in it,” wrote one commenter. “I could not believe how soft it made my skin after just one use!”
“This is the most gentle but efficient cleanser I have ever experienced!” said another. “Wow! I cannot say enough good things about it. I am hooked.”