Drunk Elephant Skincare

Beste Jelly Cleanser

This cleanser is very gentle and leaves my skin feeling clean and not overly dry. It has quite a light smell which fades quickly, which I find to be a bonus. I used this cleanser in the evening and found that it worked pretty well as a makeup remover, though I wouldn’t rely on it to remove any heavy or waterproof makeup. Overall, I like this product, and the size is excellent for the price as a little goes a long way.

Lala Retro Whipped Cream

This face cream feels quite heavy on the skin and doesn’t absorb well when used alone. I found that when I mixed it with the serum, it went on smoother and absorbed nicely. By itself, it felt quite oily and left my face with quite a sheen. I would only recommend using this product as a night cream, and it possible in conjunction with the serum. After about a week of use, my skin feels smooth and supple, but it’s a bit of a challenge to get past the oily, sticky feeling.

T.L.C. Framboos Glycolic Night Serum

Out of all of the Drunk Elephant products, this one is the star. I created a face cocktail by mixing it with type Whipped Cream at night, and it not only made the cream go on much smoother, but my skin felt immediately softer and very hydrated. I woke up looking fresh and well-rested. This serum is a go-to product for sure.

C-Tango Multivitamin Eye Cream

I like almost everything about this eye cream. It goes on smooth; it feels nice on the skin and seems to brighten my eye area overnight. The only downside is that it is a bit strong for my sensitive skin. I found that if I only use it every other night, it didn’t cause nearly as much sensitivity.

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Note: These products were received compliments of Drunk Elephant in exchange for an honest review.


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