The skincare community is ‘hooked’ on Tatcha’s serum stick

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While it’s easy to stick with your favorite beauty products, sometimes we beauty enthusiasts can’t help but add a new one to our collection.

If you’ve been looking to add more items to your skincare routine, there is one option that’s definitely worth trying: The Serum Stick by Tatcha. Not only is it raved about by many, but it’s also super unique — it’s basically an anti-aging serum formulated into one multi-functional balm.

This skincare hero can help with aging and dryness and give you that natural, dewy glow. According to its product description, it “smooths dry fine lines instantly and over time.” It also helps with “laugh lines and other areas of crepiness wherever dehydration appears.”

In a study the brand conducted, 100 percent of users agreed that it immediately helped them with dry skin. After two weeks, 96 percent of users saw an improvement in radiance and texture. 

Shop: The Serum Stick, $48

Credit: Tatcha

So how does it work? The fragrance-free Serum Stick is made using amazing ingredients like Japanese lemon balm to help with fine lines, 80 percent squalane for moisture and Hadasei-3 to help with aging.

Shoppers have many good things to say about this hydrating stick. One five-star reviewer wrote, “I just put the serum stick on my face and neck where it is needed and it just melts right in. Diminishes lines and wrinkles. I’m hooked.”

Another explained, “The convenient stick formulation allows for more precise serum application over the standard liquid and helps ensure you get the most out of the product. Definitely my newest skincare staple!”

While many have seen great results with the serum, it’s important to note that it might not work for everyone.

One shopper mentioned, “This product is good to give [a] skin natural hydration look, but I did not see improvements in my smile lines or forehead wrinkles.”

All in all, if you’re a fan of Tatcha and need a new serum in your life, this one might be a game-changer.

If you enjoyed this post, you can also check out the Tatcha lip mask that’s going viral on TikTok.

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