3 Drunk Elephant Smoothies Tiffany Masterson Genuinely Uses

3 Drunk Elephant Smoothies Tiffany Masterson Genuinely Uses
What is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the words ‘Drunk Elephant’? A colourful shelfie? A bestselling vitamin C serum? The absence of the Suspicious Six? (These are six ingredients the brand considers to be potentially irritating to your skin). It’s unlikely that smoothies would be up there, but it should be if you’re looking to take a well-rounded approach to your skincare.

As well as being hard-working and results driven, the brand founder Tiffany Masterson also wanted all Drunk Elephant skincare products to be compatible together so customers can mix their own skin smoothies.

What are the best Drunk Elephant skin smoothies to make? We asked Tiffany to share the three recipes she uses the most…

The Morning Smoothie

Radiant, healthy-looking skin is something we all strive for with our skincare routine, but most of us don’t have the time or the patience to tap into the glass skin trend. Fortunately, Tiffany has a shortcut. “Drunk Elephant Bouncy Brightfacial™, £60 is the perfect complement to Drunk Elephant C-Firma Fresh Day Serum, £70. I use both to make my skin more radiant and even toned,” says Tiffany. “I mix Bouncy Brightfacial into my daily morning smoothie with C-Firma Fresh and then layer with Drunk Elephant Umbra Tinte Physical Daily Defense SPF30, £32 on top. It will leave your skin glowing more than you ever thought possible, I promise.”

The Evening Smoothie

“I also like to apply Bouncy Brightfacial before bed,” says Tiffany. “I mix it with Drunk Elephant Protini Powerpeptide Resurf Serum, £74, which makes my skin really glowy and smooth.” Drunk Elephant Protini Powerpeptide Resurf Serum is formulated with lactic acid to gently exfoliate and peptides to help restore, rehydrate and strengthen your skin barrier. This Drunk Elephant skin smoothie is perfect for anyone who prefers a routine that requires minimal effort as it does all the hard work for you while you sleep.

The Sunday Evening Smoothie

What about the weekend smoothie that sets Tiffany’s skin up for a busy week ahead? For that she looks to Drunk Elephant T.L.C. Framboos Glycolic Night Serum, £78 mixed with a pump of Drunk Elephant B-Hydra Intensive Hydration Serum, £43 and a dab of Drunk Elephant Wonderwild Miracle Butter, £34.5. At this time of the year, when the central heating is notched up and the weather outside is cold and windy, this Drunk Elephant cocktail helps to smooth, soothe and hydrate skin.

Are There Any Drunk Elephant Products You Shouldn’t Mix?

We recommend using formulas individually a few times before mixing together. The only Drunk Elephant products you shouldn’t add to your skin smoothie are Drunk Elephant Umbra Tinte Physical Daily Defense SPF30, £32 and Drunk Elephant Umbra Sheer Physical Daily Defense SPF30, £30 due to the inclusion of zinc. If you have sensitive skin you, it’s worth avoiding mixing vitamin C, retinolor glycolic acids together in any recipe as these are active ingredients that could irritate your skin if you haven’t used them before or built up a tolerance.

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Posted: 星期二, 14 二月 2023

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