Sachi Skin is a new skincare brand that launched in 2020. The owner, Farah, has a very educational account on Instagram about all things skincare. She has first-hand experience with cystic acne, hyperpigmentation, and scarring. I was able to grab the Triphala Pigmentation Corrector (TPC) and Complexion Clarifying Accelerator (CCA) during the pre-order phase and started using them in November 2020. I am nearing the bottom on both of these so I thought it was finally a good time to give my review. I’ve been incorporating TPC in my morning and evening routines 3-4 times a week and the CCA in my evening routines 2-3 times a week.

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To my surprise, both TPC and CCA are really powerful products. TPC is more soothing and milder than CCA, but still, they both do a very intensive job on the skin.

TPC targets existing hyperpigmentation and helps with prevention. It contains fruit extracts as well as enzymes. There’s also microalgae, glucosyl gallic acid, milk thistle, and glycerin, amongst others. Every ingredient has a purpose, and every ingredient is unique and powerful in its own way.

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I’m so happy with TPC and how it has interacted with my skin. It feels so luxurious yet nourishing and it just works. It has substantially helped diminish stubborn hyperpigmentation from my cheeks.

On the other hand, CCA I have to be a bit more careful with. Because I use a lot of acids and fruit extracts in my routines due to the nature of my Biologique products, this one comes in as a booster whenever I need it. It is on the strong side for me when used in combo with my other products, so if I use it I choose to skip on all my other serums and actives and just pair it with TPC and moisturizer on top.

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CCA contains a powerhouse of active ingredients and acids combined with enzymes for an extra boost of exfoliation. A 12.5% acid enzyme blend to be exact including Diodic Acid, Mandelic Acid, Salicylic Acid, and Pomegranate Enzymes. These ingredients help retexturize, refine, target pigmentation and balance the skin. There’s also Licorice Root Extract and Rumex Extract which actually help prevent pigmentation from forming as well as melasma. Manuka Honey, Glycerin, and Aloe Vera give it a very hydrating feeling on the skin. Neem and Black Cumin help clarify and target blemishes. It’s a powerhouse!

CCA gives me a lot of refinement around the pores as well as more elasticity, a sort of freshness! I very much enjoy it. My only criticism would be on the Thyme extract, it adds a bit of an unnecessary herb scent to the product that I generally don’t enjoy but that’s just me being picky.

Both textures are a sort of milky gel with the CCA being more viscus and with tiny specs of something (not sure what but it looks like tiny black particles).

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Lastly, the packaging on both of these is incredible, I love the durability and ease of the glass bottle and pump of TPC. I do love the pump on the CCA as well, but I found that the center stopper has frayed and warped probably due to the nature of the product.

Overall I highly recommend both, they live up to all of their claims and expectations, and would happily repurchase.

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