A supersized version of Tata Harper's cult resurfacing mask has just dropped

Tata Harper’s brilliant mask is back and bigger than ever

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Since its launch in 2010, natural luxury skincare and makeup brand Tata Harper has gained cult status among celebrities and influencers alike. 

One product we can’t get enough of is Tata Harper’s resurfacing mask, which has just dropped in a limited edition XXL size. Packed with 11 active ingredients and promising to give your complexion a boost with its glow-giving properties, it also smoothes and softens the skin's texture and is deeply nourishing. Simply sweep across your complexion, leave for 20 minutes and rinse - the huge tub will literally last months.

If the celebrity endorsements and supersize tubs aren’t sufficient to grab your attention, the packaging should be. Unlike brands who overuse plastic, the majority of Tata Harper skincare packaging is made from glass, which can be recycled. The small amount of plastic they do use is as eco-friendly as possible with plastic resin coming from sugar cane. What are you waiting for? This supersize product is sure to be a sell out!

Tata Harper XXL Resurfacing Mark | $170 

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If you're already a fan of this hero product, this XXL version is a must-buy. And if you're not, the 11 active ingredients promise to give your complexion a boost with its glow-giving properties. Dreamy!

Made on-site in the Champlain Valley of Vermont, all products boast an ingredients list that is 100 percent free from GMO’s, toxins, fillers, artificial colours and fragrances and synthetic chemicals. So it’s no wonder the brand’s fan list reads like a who’s who of the celebrity world.

Natural beauty advocate and Goop founder Gwyneth Paltrow adores the hydrating floral essence, Jourdan Dunn is rumoured to be a fan of the purifying cleanser and Emma Watson used Tata Harper’s volumizing lip and cheek tint to create a rosy sheen for her Beauty & the Beast premiere while in Shanghai.

Lydia Swinscoe
Travel writer & editor

Lydia is a travel writer and editor, based mostly in London. Her work has been published in print and online for the likes of Harper's Bazaar, ELLE, Town&Country, BBC Good Food, Oh magazine, MailOnline, and woman&home.


A solo trip to Guatemala, Belize, and Mexico aged 19 kickstarted her travel addiction and she's since gone on to explore parts of 58 countries, returning to many often. Solo travel is her specialty, and she's happiest when hunting out great food while wearing flip-flops, preferably somewhere hot. Her award-nominated blog Lydia Travels documents artistic intimate hotels and brilliant restaurants across the globe. 


She began her career compiling fashion and beauty pages for teen magazines at the BBC where she interviewed and styled some of the world's biggest pop acts—from Taylor Swift and Demi Lovato to One Direction—before joining celebrity magazine Now, as Fashion and Beauty Director, and later Woman magazine as Lifestyle Director.


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