Meghan Markle’s Go-To Skincare Brand Launched a Sunscreen and It's Back In Stock Now
By Kyley Warren
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Even long before her duchess days, Meghan Markle had impeccable taste in her beauty products. The former Suits actress and womens' rights advocate never shied away from sharing some of her staple skin treatments or makeup bag essentials — often inspiring us to step up our own beauty routines, in the process.
From eyelash conditioner serums to cult-favorite Charlotte Tilbury lipsticks, the royal had no shortage of top-rated product recommendations. And while Markle has since refrained from sharing more of her beauty cabinet must-haves (royal protocol and all), we do know that Tatcha has long been one of her go-to skincare labels. And FYI: the brand debuted a new silky mineral sunscreen that's absolutely perfect for spring.
Tatcha's Silk Sunscreen has been sold out for weeks, but the lightweight, hydrating sunscreen is back in stock right now.
Sheer, silky and celeb-approved? It doesn't get much better than that. The Tatcha Silk Sunscreen acts as a hydrating mineral sunscreen which can effectively replace a serum or primer in your skincare routine. Not only does the formula go on sheer, but it also provides broad spectrum SPF 50 protection from UVA/UVB rays and works to even the skin tone.
Much like Tatcha's other skincare formulas (including the celeb-favorite Rice Polish Foaming Enzyme Powder) Tatcha's Silk Sunscreen is weightless with a radiant, dewy finish. Made from ingredients like niacinamide and hyaluronic acid, the mineral SPF is as much a hydrating sunscreen solution as it is a primer for the skin. Its formula is non-comedogenic, meaning the sunscreen doesn't clog pores. Not only does the treatment go on sheer, but it also helps to even out the skin's tone — effectively replacing the need for a serum or other primer product.
Another Meghan Markle-approved Tatcha formula, this powder works to exfoliate the skin — with the royal telling Allure that the product "sort of foams on your face and gives you a really subtle exfoliation."
With a Hollywood fan base that includes stars like Selena Gomez, Kathy Hilton and even Kim Kardashian, the duchess is far from the only celeb to turn to Tatcha for all of her skincare needs — and with this new, delicate mineral sunscreen, we have a hunch she won't be the last either.