One of Meghan Markle's Favorite Skincare Products Is on Sale Right Now

One of Meghan Markle's Favorite Skincare Products Is on Sale Right Now

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All the hype surrounding the royal wedding is still alive and thriving. Quite frankly, we never want it to end. Duchess Meghan Markle is simply a vision, and like the rest of the world, we wouldn't mind knowing every skincare secret and beauty trick she dons. We've already got the exclusive 411 on all the makeup products she loves, the lowdown on her pre-wedding treatment, and the deets of the French eye patches she uses to combat puffiness. But we just found out some major news that might make your day if you're into skincare deals. Her favorite Tatcha Rice Enzyme Powder ($65) is on sale right now.

Markle's skin stole the show on her wedding day. Her glow was next-level and shined through her natural makeup, done by celebrity makeup artist Daniel Martin. Of course, we all know the secret to flawless makeup starts with a clean canvas-aka your skin. Cleansing, exfoliating, and prepping your face makes a world of a difference when it comes to makeup application. Elle reports that in an Allure interview a few years ago, Markle gushed about her love for this Tatcha exfoliator. "It just sort of foams on your face and gives you a really subtle exfoliation," she says.

Who doesn't love a good foaming sensation? It'll gently remove all the dirt and debris from your pores and give you skin this silky smooth finish. Well, today's everyone lucky day. Tatcha announced a sitewide 15%-off sale from June 3 to June 10. When you're checking out, just drop in the SUMMER18 code. At regular price, Markle's go-to exfoliator is $65, but now it's $55 for a limited time. In the grand scheme of things, $10 may not sound like a lot, but it is for the budget-savvy beauty gurus out there. We suggest you run, not walk before this flies off the shelves.

Since it's a sitewide sale, we wouldn't be doing our due diligence without including a few other Tatcha products you'll love. Ahead are some all-time favorites.

Getty Tatcha Rize Enzyme Powder $55Shop

Activate this Japanese rice bran-infused powder with water and let the foam exfoliate and cleanse your pores.В

Tatcha Silken Pore Perfecting Sunscreen $55Shop

You can avoid that ghostly white cast from sunscreens with this mineral-based formula thatВ offers an invisible veil of protection.

Tatcha Dewy Skin Mist $38Shop

A favorite of Byrdie senior editor Hallie Gould, this hydrating mist gives your skin a lit-from-within radiance.

Tatcha The Silk Canvas Filter Finish Protective Primer $42Shop

This popular primer offers a velvety finish that'll prep your skin for a smooth makeup application.

Tatcha Pure Skin $8Shop

Are you a true skincare fan and down to geek out? Read this book created by Tatcha founder Victoria Tsai about her Japanese skincare journey.

Tatcha Pure One Step Camellia Cleansing Oil $38Shop

This cleansing oil will make even the most stubborn makeup slip away in seconds while nourishing your skin with healthy ingredients.

Tatcha The Essence Plumping Skin Softener $85Shop

Pat this hydrating formula all over your face to give your skin a dose of much-needed Japanese superfoods.В

Tatcha The Water Cream $58Shop

This cult product is a light and fluffy cream full of nutrients and botanical ingredients to breathe life back into your skin.В

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