It’s now over a week since a large-scale earthquake and tsunami it triggered hit coastal areas of Japan. The devastation is real, and the country continues to suffer from aftershocks, trauma, potential of radioactive/nuclear disaster and more. Needless to say, the island nation of Japan needs help.
Vicky Tsai, founder of the ultimate beauty essential TATCHA, has created a beautiful Kiri Gift Set, made from Japanese wood. Inside the hand-carved wooden box are 15 individually wrapped packs of her now famous face/skin blotters, TATCHA Aburatorigami, the golden sheets that are now a staple in every make-up artists kit and more.
There isn’t anyone more genuine than Vicky. Her generosity, loyalty and awareness for Japanese culture is real. By creating this gift set, she hopes to raise $10,000 to donate to Save The Children, a charity which is in need of essential resources to cope with the tragedy in Japan and its aftermath. Learn more about TATCHA and Japan relief efforts online at www.tatcha.comBack to Blog