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Our Favourite Drunk Elephant Hair and Body Buys

BY Samantha Nice

Drunk Elephant is renowned for its skincare formulas - both C-Firma Day Serum and Protini Polypeptide Cream regularly feature in our bestsellers list. While the hair and bodycare range is newer and less well known, the products are equally as impressive. Here are the Drunk Elephant hair and bodycare buys that have won a permanent spot in our editorial team’s routines.


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Sugared Koffie Almond Milk Scrub, £24.00

"With new-found freedom just around the corner, it's time to re-instate your summer wardrobe and start switching out joggers for jumpsuits and slippers for sandals. In anticipation, my daily shower ritual now includes this skin-nourishing body scrub. Formulated with a blend of soothing almond milk and antioxidant-rich coffee seed, as well as a healthy helping of moisturising marula oil to slough away dead skin cells, it leaves my body feeling ready to party like it's 2021! Can I get a whoop whoop?!" Felicity Padbury, Copy & Editorial Manager


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T.L.C. Happi Scalp Scrub, £30.00

“My hair and scalp tend to be dry, especially if I have been using a lot of styling products, so this scrub has been a game-changer. The creamy yet lightweight texture is easy to massage into the scalp and the clever formula targets dead skin cells and excess product build-up with a blend of AHAs, BHAs and exfoliating beads. Be warned though, things can get a little messy, so I recommend applying the scrub over the sink or in the shower and then covering your hair in a shower cap for ten minutes while the mask gets to work. It’s worth the effort once a fortnight though as your scalp will feel refreshed and clean.” – Charlotte Clark, Brand Copy Editor


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Wild Marula Tangle Spray, £21.00

“My long hair can get quite knotty – especially when it’s wet. I’m usually apprehensive about most styling products as they can feel heavy and greasy, but this lightweight tangle spray makes combing through damp hair much easier. I’ve also noticed my hair doesn’t knot as much between washes.” – Liz Hambleton, Head of Creative, Content and Editorial


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Cocomino Glossing Shampoo, £21.00

“Backed by Hollywood’s favourite celebrity hair stylist, Chris McMillan, this shampoo is worth trying regardless of your hair type or concern. Despite being free from sulphates and silicones, the formula lathers well and leaves my hair feeling silky smooth.” – Samantha Nice, Beauty Writer


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Kamili Cream Body Cleanser, £17.00

“Sometimes soaps and shower gels can be too stringent and leave your skin feeling dry and tight. This pH balanced body cleanser cleans without stripping skin of essential moisture. So much so, I’ve been able to skip body lotion every few days when I’m pressed for time.” – Victoria Hall, Beauty Editor


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Sweet Pitti Deodorant Cream, £13.00

“Any deodorant that can withstand Joe Wick’s 20 Minute “No Rest” Home Workout is worth its salt in my book. With a slick, twist-up dispenser and a non-sticky, this formula ticks a lot of boxes. Most importantly, it dries quickly and keeps bad odour at bay all day. For anyone looking for an aluminum-free deodorant without having to compromise, this is 100% worth trying.” – Victoria Hall, Beauty Editor

Posted: Friday, 07 May 2021
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