I snapped up the Tarte Baba Bomb Moisturiser when Tarte were running their amazing makeup bag deal, where you can get a whole makeup bag’s worth of beauty products for a super low price. I can’t recall ever seeing any reviews on the Tarte Baba Bomb Moisturiser, nor have I seen it mentioned in YouTube videos (and I watch a lot). I had no idea if it was any good, but as I’d never tried any of the Tarte skincare, I figured it was worth a try.
Tarte Baba Bomb Moisturiser
The Tarte makeup bag deal happens twice a year, and for £56 I got six full sized Tarte products and the Tarte Baba Bomb Moisturiser alone is £33 which is crazy, as I essentially got five Tarte products for just £23 more. If you ever see them promoting the deal again, make sure you snap it up as it’s such amazing value.
“This vegan moisturizer is the baba-bomb! This whipped moisturizer powered by nutrient-rich ingredients weightlessly hydrates, smooths & gives the appearance of firmer-looking skin.“
The Tarte Baba Bomb Moisturiser is £33 and contains 50ml of product in an airless pump jar, with a cute leaf pattern inside, which looks pretty against the purple of the lid. I love a good airless pump dispenser for skincare, as it helps to protect the ingredients within the product by not allowing hair to mix with the product.
I find the Tarte Baba Bomb Moisturiser to have a gel-cream texture, which feels nicely nourishing on the skin. It’s lovely and lightweight, and was my go-to moisturiser when we had the crazy UK heatwave in August.
It claims to hydrate for 24 hours, but it’s not nourishing enough for once a day, so if you have normal skin, you might find that it does hydrate for 24 hours, but it’s a good morning moisturiser, but I like something a little richer and more intensive within my evening skincare routine. It’s not at all greasy, and doesn’t leave any residue on the skin, and I’m really pleased with my first Tarte skincare product.
You can find the Tarte Baba Bomb Moisturiser right here.
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