Drunk Elephant

Drunk Elephant is a skin care brand founded by Tiffany Masterson in 2013. Inspired by the famous expression, less is more, so she set out to really learn about ingredients in popular skin care products.* One of the most popular products in Masterson's line of skin care is Marula Oil, which was chosen due to the high content of fatty acids, antioxidants and its anti-microbial properties.* Its products are available online and at spa/luxury boutiques across the country. *Source: Company website

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18 products

437 reviews

50% would repurchase

Recent Drunk Elephant Reviews

Moisturizers -Drunk Elephant -B-Hydra Intensive Hydration Gel

on 11/18/2018 10:22:00 PM


Well...I don't think I can live without this.

I am on my second bottle...it's expensive, but my skin needs it. I use it neat to moisturize...mix it with my DE serums, which seems to help them absorb more quickly and completely...my skin is perfectly hydrated...plumped up and bouncy.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Moisturizers -Drunk Elephant -Lala Retro Whipped Cream

on 11/18/2018 10:47:00 AM


I really wanted to love this. I researched hard to find a moisturizer with oils that are better for oily skin, watching out for oleic oils and favoring linoleic.
This fits the bill for the most part, and is thick and moisturizing; I ordered just in time for the weather to change thinking it would be the perfect weight for this time of year. Though I have pretty oily skin (particularly in the T-zone), the winter is very harsh on my skin around my chin and outer parts of my face, and I get dry. At first this was perfect and, though heavy, it felt like it sank in pretty well. But, using this over time has proven to really clog my pores and has resulted in some break outs in areas I normally don't get them-- and exactly where I applied-- around my jawline and lower cheeks. I'm thinking it could have a combo of the yeast and fatty acids.
Whatever caused it, it makes my skin texture pretty horrible especially when using it during the day and after researching resembled the closed comedones caused by fungal acne. Not cute!
Just a warning to oily or acne-prone folks: sample first, give it a month with regular use before buying.

2 of 2 people found this helpful.

Skincare - Face -Drunk Elephant -C-Firma Day Serum


I bought into the DE hype and decided to try this serum along with a couple of other DE products. I say save your money and skip this one. I've used several Vitamin C serums and this is my least favorite. I haven't had any negative reactions to it, but due to the fact that this is oil based it makes my skin very shiny and a bit sticky. I also don't love the packaging. When I spend this much I want packaging that looks and feels elegant and this looks and feels like it's for children. The pump doesn't even work that well and causes a bit of a mess. There are water based serums at the same concentrations available for much less that work better for me. As far as the scent, this smells the same as every other vitamin C serum I've tried. All Vitamin C seems to smell a bit funky, but it goes away once dried.

2 of 2 people found this helpful.

Moisturizers -Drunk Elephant -Protini Polypeptide Cream

on 11/15/2018 9:13:00 PM


I don’t understand the hype of this product. Yes, when you first put it on your skin does seem to have an airbrushed glow to it, but after 10 minutes it’s gone and all I feel is a distinct ‘film’ on my skin. Used long term (I bought two tubs of it, about... 8 months worth) resulted in no real improvement to my skin.

5 of 5 people found this helpful.

Treatments (Eye) -Drunk Elephant -C-Tango Multivitamin Eye Cream

on 11/4/2018 4:00:00 PM


I have been using this product annually for around a month or so now. I am yet to see any positive results.

This was a highly recommended product I really wanted to love it, and I'm always willing to pay good or fair money for a product that works.

But so far, each and every time I've applied it later in the day I feel my eyes stinging or a sensation that something is stuck in my eye?

I've also noticed that if applied under-makeup and the cream hasn't sunk in, it can break the area around my eyes near my cheeks. The texture is quick thick and honestly, a little dab does go a very long way, I also found it a hard product to sink into the skin possibly because of its thickness?

Anyway, this isn't a holy grail product in my opinion but I will say Drunk Elephants product packaging is always amazing and I can remember there's a great blurb about the product/other products of theirs !!

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