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Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Drunk Elephant T.L.C. Sukari Babyfacial Review

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Not Sponsored. The more I review Drunk Elephant skincare products, the more I'm finding either I LOVE or DISLIKE the product. That brings me to today's review of Drunk Elephant's T.L.C. Sukari Babyfacial ($28). I purchased this deluxe mini set from Sephora (full size at Sephora, JCPenney). It's currently out of stock at Sephora, but still available on Drunk Elephant's website. It's a great size to buy if you're trying to decide if it will work for you. Babyfacial is a 25% AHA & 2% BHA (Glycolic plus Tartaric, Lactic, Citric and Salicylic Acids) resurfacing facial (that exfoliates the pore lining and gets rid of built-up dead skin cells). It is suppose to improve skin texture, clarity and revitalize dull skin. As Drunk Elephant says, "It'll knock your cells off". Babyfacial also combines potent antioxidants such as matcha tea, apple fruit and milk thistle to soothe, replenish, moisturize and nourish skin. Drunk Elephant also included chick pea flour and niacinamide for brightening. It also has pumpkin ferment for amazing enzymatic action. Well, that's a lot! I have dry & sensitive skin, but Drunk Elephant states this facial can be used by ALL SKIN TYPES. I was a little bit nervous, because Drunk Elephant includes a pamphlet that if your skin is in a confused state (sunburn, redness or sensitized areas) wait until things are on the calm side before using Babyfacial. Well, my skin is always sensitive! LOL So I just went with it. I applied this tan colored cream all over my face. Left it on for 20 minutes (as directed). There was some tingling, but nothing alarming. I didn't turn red. They then tell you to wash your face with warm water. I did. Even after washing it off, I still felt like what was a light cream on my face. I was underwhelmed with my results. My skin didn't feel re-textured at all. It felt a little softer, but my pores didn't feel purified etc. This is suppose to be a once a week treatment. But again, it just didn't work for me. After the facial, you're suppose to apply the Virgin Marula Luxury Facial Oil (reviewed here). This oil is really good when paired with the night serum. They work well TOGETHER! You probably won't like how they FEEL on your face, but I was very impressed with the results. So again, I didn't like my results from Babyfacial. For re-texturing, I really like Dr. Dennis Gross' Alpha Beta Ultra Gentle Daily Peel Pads (review here). With those I felt an IMMEDIATE difference in the appearance and feel of my skin. I also love MURAD's Intensive C Radiance Peel (review here) and MURAD's Skin Smoothing Polish (review here).

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supersweet(run & buy it) sweet(really good,buy it) bittersweet(ok, issues)not sweet(not good,don't buy this stuff) 
  Drunk Elephant TLC Sukari Babyfacial is Bittersweet

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