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If you’re unfamiliar with Tatcha, let us fill you in: The brand is beloved by It Girls, influencers and celebrities alike for its gentle (yet effective) ingredients. Even Meghan Markle is a fan — she previously told Allure that she “really loves” the Tatcha Rice Enzyme Powder for its “subtle exfoliation.”
Been meaning to try the cruelty-free brand yourself? While Tatcha rarely hosts sales, we stumbled upon an irrestible deal at QVC! You can score two jars of the iconic, bestselling Tatcha Ageless Revitalizing Neck Cream for the price of one!
This fan-favorite neck cream is formulated with Hadasei-3, a blend of uji green tea, akita rice and Okinawa red algae.
Ask any skincare aficionado and they’ll tell you that a good skin regimen doesn’t just stop at the jawline. Your neck and decolletage need just as much attention as your face — or at least, it needs to be a step in your nightly skincare routine. The Ageless Revitalizing Neck Cream is designed to give the area a decadent and truly spa-like feel. A mix of butylene glycol and squalene helps reduce the appearance of dryness, fine lines and wrinkles on your neck — just be sure to use upward strokes when applying.
Consider this: In a consumer survey after four weeks, 100 percent agreed that their neck was softer and smoother.
Look, we get it: $110 can be a steep price to pay for skincare. However, if bought separately, two of these would cost over $220. Also, a little goes a long way, so you won’t have to restock for months. Keep in mind, too, that QVC's Easy Pay program lets you make five interest-free installments of $22, so you spread out the spending over time while enjoying the results. Plus, you can score an extra $15 off if you're a first-time QVC shopper with code HOLIDAY.
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