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Drunk Elephant’s T.L.C. Sukari Babyfacial is now available in a midi size

Last year we surprised you with the news that {Drunk Elephant}’s fan favourite and rave reviewed {T.L.C. Sukari Babyfacial} was finally coming to the UK! But now we’ve got even more news to share…

If you want to try this rave-reviewed beauty hero but aren’t sure about investing in a full size we’ve got some good news, because you can now test out an all-new midi size (15ml) before taking the plunge and investing in the full size (30ml). A must-have for those with sensitive or reactive skin wanting to take this potent problem-solver on a test drive, or the perfect way to stock up on your go-to for getaways or tempting loved ones with its tangible results, it’s not to be missed.


A {skin care} must-have, Babyfacial as it’s better known by its adoring fans, is a world-renowned AHA/BHA “facial” – i.e. an {exfoliating mask} – that resurfaces to reveal greater clarity, improved skin texture and tone, and a more youthful-looking radiance. It really is a must for your winter skin care routine so keep your eyes peeled for our launch date!


This next-generation mask is an at-home “facial” that effectively – yet gently! – exfoliates the pore lining and resurfaces by getting rid of built-up dead skin cells. With a whopping 25% AHA and 2% BHA blend of the brand’s dream team glycolic, tartaric, lactic, citric, and salicylic acids, this pro-quality formula dramatically smooths texture while minimising the look of pores, fine lines, and wrinkles. Phewph!

Uniquely formulated with chickpea flour, pumpkin ferment, and a soothing antioxidant blend of matcha tea, milk thistle, and apple, Babyfacial delivers incredible brightening and enzymatic action, improves skin’s elastic feel, and reveals the look of a more even, radiant, baby-soft complexion. Think of it as an extra nudge for stubborn dull skin.


For best results, we recommend you use this once weekly as part of your #SelfcareSunday ritual. The perfect way to end a long week, apply an even layer of Babyfacial to clean, dry skin and leave it on for 20 minutes to exfoliate away dead cells, pore-clogging residue, and anything we need to shed from the week. Rinse thoroughly with warm water and pat dry.


Think of {T.L.C. Framboo Glycolic Night Serum} as nightly maintenance and {T.L.C. Sukari Babyfacial} as a weekly deep cleaning. Follow with Drunk Elephant’s {Virgin Marula Luxury Facial Oil} and we think you’ll have a very satisfied glow.

However, if new to Babyfacial, maybe consider starting with 10 minutes and gradually working your way up to the full 20-minute time and to get the most out of this product, Drunk Elephant’s founder, Tiffany Masterson, recommends “giving your other potent treatments a break.”

“This probably goes without saying, but if your skin is already in a confused state (i.e., sunburn, redness, or sensitised areas), wait until things are on the calm side before using Babyfacial. You’ve made the investment, and I want you to get the maximum results.”


Emmie Thornhill

Emmie Thornhill

Deputy Content Editor

Emmie is Cult Beauty’s Deputy Content Editor. Her love of skin care began in primary school when she first learned the term “hormonal acne” and has been in a love-hate relationship with tea tree oil ever since. She lives in East London – where you can normally find her baking, tending to her plant jungle or planning her next tattoo or hair cut/colour appointment – and is known to start DMCs with you about your birth chart placements, the importance of wearing SPF every day and the difference between a vagina and vulva.