Drunk Elephant

T.L.C. Sukari Babyfacial(TM) 1.69 oz/ 50 mL

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Which skin type is it good for? Normal Oily Combination Dry An AHA/BHA facial that resurfaces to reveal a more youthful-looking radiance. Solutions for:- Dullness and uneven texture- Fine lines and wrinkles- PoresIf you want to know more… This innovative at-home facial contains a whopping 25 percent AHA and two percent BHA, including and our dream team blend of glycolic, tartaric, lactic, citric, and salicylic acids to gently but efficiently resurface as it exfoliates the pore lining, getting rid of built-up dead skin cells by breaking down the substance that holds them to the surface. Babyfacial™ combines potent antioxidants such as matcha tea, apple fruit, and milk thistle to soothe the skin, as well as ultra-hydrating sodium hyaluronate crosspolymer and non-fragrant plant oils to replenish moisture and nourish the skin. Drunk Elephant uses pumpkin ferment for amazing enzymatic action and chickpea flour for brightening and balancing without over-drying. Niacinamide, a "cell-communicating" ingredient, effectively revives a healthy look and feel to skin, as it brightens and tones. Appropriate for all skin types, Babyfacial will dramatically smooth texture, minimize the look of fine lines, unclog pores, and boost overall clarity revealing fresh, radiant, baby-soft skin. Babyfacial was created with every skin type in mind. Drunk Elephant formulated Babyfacial at the ideal pH level of 3. 5 with a blend of acids that work together synergistically to ensure higher efficacy without the redness and sensitization. It is vegan and gluten-free. This product is a 2017 Allure Best of Beauty award winner. Drunk Elephant is committed to using only clean ingredients that either directly benefit the skin's health or support the integrity and effectiveness of the formulations. They never take into account an ingredient's synthetic or natural status, but instead choose based on its safety and bio-compatibility. You won't find what Drunk Elephant calls "the suspicious six" of any