Tatcha is a Japanese-inspired skincare brand that has a very holistic approach to skincare. The brand was founded by Vicky Tsai whose parents emigrated from Taiwan to Texas.
Tatcha’s skincare takes into account all of our senses including touch, sight, and smell. Their products are like meditation for your skin.
When looking into Tatcha, we were wondering – does their harmonious approach also apply to animals? More precisely, is Tatcha vegan?
Is Tatcha vegan?
Tatcha is not entirely vegan.
Tatcha is cruelty-free but some of its products use animal ingredients like hydrolyzed silk and beeswax. Tatcha is also owned by Unilever, a company that is not vegan or cruelty-free.
Which Tatcha Products Are Vegan?
Most of Tatcha’s bestselling products are vegan-friendly. From The Water Cream to The Essence – these Tatcha products are both vegan and cruelty-free.
Full List Of Tatcha Vegan Products
These Tatcha products are 100% vegan:
- Aburatorigami Japanese Blotting Papers
- Ageless Enriching Renewal Cream
- Camellia Gold Spun Lip Balm (bestseller)
- Gold Camellia Beauty Oil
- Indigo Overnight Repair (bestseller)
- The Camellia Cleansing Oil (bestseller)
- The Essence (bestseller)
- The Kissu Lip Mask
- The Powder Brush
- The Rice Polish: Deep
- The Rice Polish: Gentle
- The Rice Wash (bestseller)
- The Water Cream (bestseller)
- Violet-C Brightening Serum (bestseller)
NB! Contrary to the information on Sephora, Tatcha Liquid Silk Canvas Primer and The Silk Powder and are NOT VEGAN.
FAQ About Tatcha Vegan Products
Not entirely. Tatcha is not a vegan company but it has some vegan products. Tatcha is also cruelty-free and does not test on animals.
Yes, The Water Cream is vegan.
Yes, Tatcha’s Indigo Overnight Repair is vegan.
No. Dewy Skin Cream is not vegan and includes squalane.
No. Liquid Silk Canvas Primer contains silk from silkworms.
Tatcha skincare fits like a glove into our wellness-focused world. We are also happy that vegans can enjoy some of Tatcha’s bestselling products that are vegan-friendly.
We will update this list as soon as Tatcha comes out with new vegan skincare or vegan makeup. As always, we hope the holistic brand will at some point become 100% vegan.