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Is Babyfacial Worth The Hype?

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If you shop at Sephora or keep up with skincare trends, you’ve heard of Drunk Elephant. Their cult favorite, Babyfacial, is a whooping $80, but is it worth the hype and the price tag?

Simple answer. Yes.

I’ve only used Babyfacial twice, but that’s all I need to know it’s amazing. In fact, the first time I used Babyfacial, I knew it was going to be a favorite of mine.

I’m not going to get into the science, because you can find tons of info about that on your own. I will tell you that the $80 you have to shell out for Babyfacial is 110% worth it. Both times I used the product, I applied the Marula Oil on afterwards. My skin looked like I just walked out of a spa after spending $300 on a fancy facial.

What It Is…

Babyfacial™ is a pro-quality AHA/BHA “facial” that resurfaces to reveal greater clarity, improved skin texture and tone and a more youthful radiance. Think of it as an extra nudge for stubborn, dull skin (in other words, it’ll knock your cells off).


What It’s Formulated to Do…

This innovative at-home facial contains a whopping 25% AHA and 2% BHA blend including our dream team Glycolic plus Tartaric, Lactic, Citric and Salicylic acids to gently but efficiently resurface as it exfoliates the pore lining, getting rid of built-up dead skin cells by breaking down the substance that holds them to the surface. Babyfacial™ combines potent antioxidants such as matcha tea, apple fruit and milk thistle to soothe with ultra-hydrating sodium hyaluronate crosspolymer and non-fragrant plant oils to replenish moisture and nourish skin. We chose chick pea flour over clay for brightening and balancing without over-drying and pumpkin ferment for amazing enzymatic action. Niacinamide, a “cell-communicating” ingredient, effectively revives a healthy look and feel to skin as it brightens and tones. Appropriate for all skin types, Babyfacial™ will dramatically smooth texture, minimize the look of fine lines, wrinkles and pores and boost overall clarity—revealing fresh, radiant, baby-soft skin.


Drunk Elephant is trending big time in the skin care world right now. I’m always cautious about trending brands because they rarely live up to the hype for me. I’m happy to say I am 100% on board with Drunk Elephant and can’t wait to try the entire line.

I’ve been using some of their other products for the last week or so as well, and I’m loving them just as much as the Babyfacial.

If you’re hesitant to shell out the money for one of their full sized products, they offer deluxe sample size kits like The Littles. You’ll get roughly a 30 day supply of eight of their products. It’s $90, and totally worth it if you’re curious about Drunk Elephant at all.

I will be writing a follow up in a few weeks after using nothing but Drunk Elephantproducts, so keep an eye out!

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  • Reply Little Luxuries By Lynsey

    I really wish we could get this in the UK! Xx

    Little Luxuries By Lynsey

    March 18, 2019 at 5:11 pm
    • Reply Nikol

      I wish you guys could too! I saw it on the UK Amazon, but I’m not sure if it’s a trusted seller.

      March 18, 2019 at 5:27 pm
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  • Reply Ja'Net

    I really like the baby facial! I tried it last year during the vib instore holiday presale. I was buying a certain amount and was able to get a free facial and that’s what she used on me. After that I was hooked. I brought a kit that had the full size in it!

    May 2, 2019 at 3:10 pm
    • Reply Nikol

      It is one of my favorites!! My skin feels so amazing after using it!

      May 2, 2019 at 11:08 pm
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