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Drunk Elephant TLC Sukari Babyfacial

When you flip open the box of the Drunk Elephant Sukari Babyfacial, you see the words:

I wanted something that didn’t exist…so I made it myself. – Tiffany Masterson, founder

Indeed, we haven’t seen formulas quite like Drunk Elephant’s.

The Babyfacial exfoliating mask is a potent one with 25% AHA and 2% BHA blend of glycolic, tartaric, lactic, citric and salicylic acids to smoothen the surface of the skin.

The acids are balanced with a mix of chickpea flour, pumpkin ferment, matcha, milk thistle and apple.

Once a week, apply a thin layer of the mask on clean skin, leave on for 20 minutes, and wash off with water. It gave my face a slight tingling sensation but it was bearable.

Especially when the results are worth it. Immediately after, my skin looked smoother and clearer; the mask got rid of all the patchy dead skin.

The acids do leave the skin drier, so make sure your replenish it with a hydrating serum and heavier cream immediately after.

Also, if your skin is intolerant, it is best to stay away from formulas that cause it to tingle. This product is best used on oilier / normal skin.

Now that I’m in my 30s, a weekly exfoliation (and exercise) is a must for my skin to remain supple, bright and tight.

I’m adding the Sukari Babyfacial to my regular skincare routine.

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