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First Impression: Drunk Elephant T.L.C. Sukari Babyfacial

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-Drunk Elephant T.L.C. Sukari Babyfacial
First impression:
Let’s dive right in. T.L.C. Sukari Baby facial is a powerhouse of a product. This little gem is jam packed with everything a good acid toner/resurfacing mask should have; all rolled into one obnoxiously cute pump. Don’t let the pastel pink fool you; this product is potent!
-Blend of acids ✔️
-Proper pH ✔️
-Nourishing non-fragrant oils ✔️
-Natural exfoliating ferment ✔️
-Antioxidants ✔️
As someone who gets breakouts, it’s important for me to have a blend of acids for exfoliation. I need AHA for topical exfoliation and BHA for pore decongestion. Baby Facial has both and more,  including:

Glycolic
Salicylic                                                                                                                                                       T.L.C. (Tartaric, Lactic, Citric)

I am so glad I splurged on this. Yes, It is expensive. The saying “you get what you pay for” applies to this product, as does it with most Drunk Elephant products. To me, I justify the cost because
1.)Baby Facial is not a daily use product.
2.)Using this weekly makes it fit in beautifully with my collection of everyday use acids.
3.)I no longer need the Framboos serum (which is expensive as well) due to the fact I am a daily P50 user.

I feel this mask will last me quite a while. A small amount of product spread evenly over my ever so slightly damp face(sprayed a light misting of the hydrating accelerator for smooth application) with ease. There was a nice tingle upon application that subsided within a minute or so. I live for a good tingle. I deviated slightly from the application instructions because I had used the Josh Rosebrook Active Enzyme Exfoliator the previous evening. Instead of the instructed 20 minutes, I opted for 15. In hindsight, I could’ve done the full 20 minutes. I say this because my face feels baby smooth as the name implies, with zero irritation. I do personally believe that even though this say’s, it’s for all skin types. Users with sensitive skin could find this is too intense and should start with less than 20 minutes. These are just my personal opinions. I finish this brief review with; this is a keeper for me. BRAVO  to Tiffany and the #drunkelephantskincare team. I am as Drunk Elephant, and Beyonce say #drunkinlove

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5 thoughts on “First Impression: Drunk Elephant T.L.C. Sukari Babyfacial”

  1. I have been so intrigued by this product. I think it is the strongest AHA out there for commercial purchase. I am even more intrigued that after the active enzyme exfoliator that you felt no irritation. Damn, you have a good skin barrier!! Great review. Looking forward to your thoughts on this further down the line. I really really want to try this product

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    1. I think you may be right. I have not noticed anything with a higher acid content than this.I will put a follow-up review on my to do list. My skin responds well to acids, it may be because I’ve been using them for 15 years or so, Thanks for checking out the blog and for the support. 🙂

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  2. Hey, great review by the way! I am thinking of getting one really good acid product that I can use for maintenance. Have tried de’s glycolic serum and the pixi 20% glycolic acid pads. Loved them both. Was wondering if this is one of the best acid products you have tried! Thanks!

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    1. Thank you so much. I’m glad you enjoyed it. I do really like this product. Since it is a potent weekly treatment mask, I still have other acids that I use more. My holy grail acid is p50 1970.

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