Makeup Revolution Hydration Boost Gel Cream vs. Tatcha The Water Cream

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Kayla says: Tatcha Water Cream is $68 for 1.7 oz & Revolution Hydration Boost is $10 for 1.7 oz. Tatcha is highly fragranced. It didn't smell bad, just strong. Revolution is fragrance-free. Tatcha's packaging is very luxurious right down to the little spatula that is on top of the cover. Revolution's is nice as well with the rose gold cap & glass container. Revolution is slightly thicker in consistency compared to Tatcha's. Revolution absorbed quickly into the skin and made it feel very soft. It’s exactly as described. Very lightweight. It feels very soothing to the skin once applied. Tatcha absorbed quickly as well but my skin felt slightly greasy for a little bit. After it absorbed, my skin felt soft as well. Tatcha is also very lightweight and isn't targeted for people with very dry skin even though some people think it is. It's more for oily or combo skin. Revolution is alcohol & silicone free. Tatcha is not. There are 10 ingredients in Revolution while Tatcha has 29. They both have Hyaluronic Acid which is very good for the skin. In the end, I was incredibly impressed with Revolution’s price & very simple ingredients. In skincare the fancy packaging is nice and the fragrance smells wonderful but it’s not needed. If you’re looking for a good gel cream for combo skin I would definitely give Revolution Hydration Boost a try.

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