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Hurry, Meghan Markle's Holy-Grail Exfoliator Is 20% Off at Tatcha's Black Friday Sale

SheKnows logo SheKnows 2021-11-25 Tamara Kraus
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If Meghan Markle swears by something, we’re not asking any questions. And when she gifts that item to all her friends and family—we’re going to buy a truckload. ICYMI, the duchess gifted all of her first baby shower guests her holy grail skincare product: Tatcha’s Rice Polish. We’ve been on the hunt for deals on the royal-approved item since, and right now, Tatcha’s having a sitewide 20% off event so you can snag this and all the other covetable skincare by the brand. We aren’t sure how long this sale will last!

Tatcha Rice Polish—$52, Originally $65

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This gentle exfoliator is made with nourishing Japanese rice bran and silk protein that turns into a lush foam that makes doing your skincare routine feel like a spa day. It actually comes in four different versions, targeted for different skin types. So, whether you have normal, oily, dry, or combo skin, you can get the perfect product tailored to your needs.

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Many physical exfoliators can be too abrasive for delicate skin, but this product is super gentle while still being effective. If you don’t want to go all in, you can test out this product with the travel size, which is just under $20 on sale.

Tatcha’s Black Friday Sale is in full swing, so add this to your cart before it’s full price again. To get the deal, use the code CYBER21 at checkout. And make sure to peruse the site for other skincare goodies while they’re 20 percent off. If you spend $100 or $200, you’ll receive a complimentary gift.

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