Drunk Elephant Babyfacial is finally available in the UK - here's where you can buy it
The rumours are true – Drunk Elephant Babyfacial is finally here!
At last! Drunk Elephant Babyfacial is finally available in the UK and we couldn't be more thrilled. The cult skincare treatment is already extremely popular in the US, so we've been waiting years to get our hands on it.
When the brand first touched down on UK shores, there were a few notable products that weren't included in the initial launch – one the most popular omissions being the aforementioned TLC Sukari Babyfacial exfoliating mask. Thankfully, the brand heard our cries and has brought the product to the UK.
Drunk Elephant T.L.C. Sukari Babyfacial, £67, Space NK
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"Our customers will be thrilled to finally be able to get their hands on Drunk Elephant’s Babyfacial, which is a legendary product in the beauty world and has been one of our top requested products since we launched the brand in 2018," explains Margaret Mitchell, Space NK's Chief Merchant.
"Drunk Elephant products are consistent top sellers at Space NK – their Protini Polypeptide Cream was our most sold product of 2020, so this launch could definitely become a 2021 bestseller."
What does Drunk Elephant Babyfacial do?
Babyfacial is an exfoliating mask that contains a mixture of AHAs and BHAs (alpha- and beta-hydroxy acids) that help get rid of dead skin cells, add radiance and improve overall skin texture and tone. As the brand aptly puts, it'll "knock your cells off".
Containing glycolic, salicylic, lactic, citric and tartaric acids, it aims to transform your complexion without irritation for a baby soft finish – hence the name. Simply apply an even layer to clean and dry skin once a week, leave on for a maximum of 20 minutes and rinse to reveal soft, rejuvenated skin.
It's now available at Cult Beauty and Space NK and, unsurprisingly, has already racked up hundreds of five-star reviews.
Drunk Elephant T.L.C. Sukari Babyfacial, £67, Cult Beauty
"Say no more to expensive facials! This baby does it all!" writes one Cult Beauty reviewer. "I first stumbled upon this at a Sephora while living back in the States, it had done wonders for my pore clogged, congested skin."
"When I say that Sukari BabyFacial leaves my skin baby-soft and glowing, I mean GLOWING," writes another reviewer and Cult Beauty staff member. "The change in the texture of my skin on first use alone was incredible, and now that I've used it more consistently I can see such an improvement in the overall tone, texture and brightness of my skin."
Don't know about you but we're sold. Have you bought yours yet?
Lucy is a UK-based beauty journalist who has written for the likes of Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, OK!, Women's Health and more, as well as contributing to woman&home. Her work covers everything from expert skin and haircare tips to the latest product launches and the show-stopping beauty looks spotted backstage at London Fashion Week. During her career she's interviewed some seriously famous faces, from Little Mix to Drag Race royalty The Vivienne, as well as chatting to the industry's leading hairdressers, dermatologists and make-up artists.
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