Drunk Elephant

Drunk Elephant T.L.C. Framboos(TM) Glycolic Night Serum 1 oz/ 30 mL

Which skin type is it good for? Normal Oily Combination Dry A 12 percent AHA/BHA night serum that refines and resurfaces skin to reveal a smoother and more radiant complexion. Solutions for:- Uneven skin tone- Dullness and uneven texture- PoresIf you want to know more…This high-tech gel resurfaces dull skin, lifting dead skin cells away by gently dissolving the glue that holds them to the surface. The results are greater clarity and a smoother, more even-looking comthe glue that holds them to the surface. The results are greater clarity and a smoother, more even-looking complexion. Formulated with a dream-team AHA/BHA blend including glycolic, lactic, tartaric, citric, and salicylic acids, and blended with raspberry extract, T.L.C. Framboos™ sinks in easily and delivers an effective level of chemical exfoliation without the harsh side effects like dryness or sensitization. Fine lines, wrinkles, and discoloration, along with excess oiliness and the appearance of pores, appear dramatically diminished over time. Horse chestnut, bearberry, and white tea help to calm and soothe, while improving the appearance of broken capillaries. Go from a drab complexion to an absolutely luminous one practically overnight. AHA's can be harsh on sensitive skin if not formulated properly. Soothing plant extracts were added to T.L.C. Framboos™ so that it is formulated at the ideal pH level of 3.8. This product is vegan and gluten-free. Drunk Elephant is committed to using only clean ingredients that either directly benefit the skin's health or support the integrity and effectiveness of the formulations. They never take into account an ingredient's synthetic or natural status, but instead choose based on its safety and bio-compatibility. You won't find what Drunk Elephant calls "the suspicious six" of any kind in their products (1. silicones, 2. chemical screens, 3. sensitizing colorants/perfumes, 4. sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) 5. essential oils, 6. drying alcohols), making them appropriate for all skin. They believe that these six ubiquitous ingredients are at the root of almost ever read more