Meghan Markle's face exfoliant is on sale -- snag the product from TATCHA while you can!

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Sometimes, getting that royal glow costs an arm and a leg. Other times, we're able to sniff out discounts on the royal family's favorite products like the thrifty shoppers we are. 

The Duchess of Sussex is reportedly a huge fan of the Japenese beauty brand TATCHA and ranks its Foaming Enzyme Powder as one of her favorite beauty product staples. "I really love the TATCHA Rice Enzyme Powder," the former actress explained in an interview in 2017. "It just sort of foams on your face and gives you a really subtle exfoliation." Meghan loves the product so much, she even allegedly included it in the gift bags at her baby shower.

Hundreds of thousands of customers are equally as impressed with the results of the powerful powder (including Kim Kardashian!) which when mixed with water turns into a surprisingly powerful foam. Let these reviews speak for themselves:

"This is magic! I can NOT believe how SOFT and smooth my skin is from a GENTLE hand washing of my face. I am stunned," wrote one customer on TATCHA's website. 

Said another, "I’m a new woman! A few days ago I received the travel-sized rice polish for dry skin and after just two days my skin looks and feels luxuriant!"

And while the bottle's $65 price tag may not be as impressive as some royal drugstore staples, the brand's rare summer sale is deserving of a purchase: The brand is offering 15 percent off purchases from June 2nd to June 6th with the promo code SUMMER19. However, given the brand's cult-favorite reputation combined with Meghan Markle's backing, we suggest running, not walking, to the sale. 

For more on Meghan's biggest beauty secrets, watch the video above. 

Meghan Markle's most glamorous moments as duchess
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Meghan Markle's most glamorous moments as duchess
Meghan, who had only been named as Duchess hours earlier, wowed in her second bridal gown designed by Stella McCartney. The sleek halter gown was a vast shakeup from her traditional Givenchy wedding gown she donned for the ceremony. 
Prince Harry and Meghan, dressed in Emilia Wickstead, attend a reception at Glencairn, Ireland. 
Duchess Meghan opted for her bespoke designer Givenchy for her first solo appearance as a royal, visiting the Royal Academy of Arts in London. 
Duchess Meghan stuns in Fiji blue Safiyaa cape gown to attend a welcome ceremony hosted by Fiji's president. 
Meghan looked glamorous as ever in a sleek white gown by Irish designer Theia to attend a black-tie reception with the King and Queen of Tonga.
The Duchess of Sussex attended a reception at Government House on October 28, 2018 in Wellington, New Zealand, alongside Prince Harry in a black Gabriela Hearst dress and Stuart Weitzman heels. 
Meghan gave off major princess vibes in a beautiful Oscar de la Renta dress to attend the Australian Geographic Society Gala Awards at the famous Shangri-La hotel. 
The Duchess of Sussex made a surprise appearance at London's  Fashion Awards in December 2018 to present Givenchy's Clare Waight Keller with the British Womenswear Designer of the Year award. She was wearing a custom gown by the designer. 
The Duchess of Sussex attended the premiere of Cirque du Soleil's Totem in support of Prince Harry's charity Sentebale, which helps fight against AIDS in southern Africa. She donned a long-sleeved Roland Mouret gown and Stuart Weitzman heels for the occasion. 

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