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Why We Like Drunk Elephant
"‘Clean Beauty’ is a phrase that’s well-worn by now, but every so often a brand comes along with a commitment to doing things that helps elevate them above the realms of pure buzzword. And we think Drunk Elephant are a pretty resounding example of that, thanks in no small part to their banning of ‘The Suspicious Six’ ubiquitous ingredients from any of their products."
Written by Alex Bryson, Content Editor
Sunscreen & Self Tan
Founded by Tiffany Masterson, Drunk Elephant entered the scene in 2012 with the mission to provide consumers with clean, compatible skin care.
It took years of battling with an unpredictable complexion before Tiffany decided to take things into her own hands. Passionate about the idea that 'less is more' and believing a product is only as good as its worst ingredient, she single-handedly identified what's known today as the 'suspicious six'.
That's right, essential oils, drying alcohols, silicones, chemical sunscreens, fragrance/dye and SLS are the six ingredients that are forever blacklisted from Drunk Elephant's formulas. Why we hear you ask? Because Drunk Elephant is dedicated to using a cocktail of cutting edge-synthetic and natural ingredients that directly benefit the skin.
It's this philosophy (and that super Instagrammable packaging) that has led Drunk Elephant to become an award-winning collection suitable for the whole family, whether it be mums, dads, nanas or teens.
Shop the range today and discover the likes of the best-selling Drunk Elephant C-Firma Day Serum and TLC Sukari Babyfacial.
Where is the best place to buy Drunk Elephant products online?
A range of Drunk Elephant products are available to buy online from US stores, such as Sephora.
Frequently Asked Questions about Drunk Elephant
Are the products free of added fragrance?
There are no synthetic/artificial fragrances used in their products.
Is alcohol an ingredient in any of their products?
They avoid including alcohol in their formulas where possible.
Do they use any silicone in their formulas?
Drunk Elephant are proud to be a 100% silicone-free brand.
Are these products free from questionable ingredients such as Parabens?
Their entire range is paraben-free.
Are Drunk Elephant products, formulations or ingredients cruelty-free and not animal-tested?
Drunk Elephant do not test their formulas or end products on animals and are a proudly cruelty-free brand.
Do they have any mineral oil-free products?
Many of Drunk Elephant products are mineral oil-free and can be found by using our site filters and checking product ingredients.
Are these products likely to cause an allergic reaction?
Not all of the Drunk Elephant range is marked as hypoallergenic or allergy tested in our database, however if this is your preference please select ‘hypoallergenic’ from our site filters to narrow your search.
Does Drunk Elephant use phthalates in their products?
Some of their products are phthalates-free and can be found by using our site filters.
I like to avoid so called 'nasties' like sulfates. Are Drunk Elephant formulations sulfate free?
When it comes to my cosmetic products, I follow a strictly vegan regime. Are Drunk Elephant 100% vegan-friendly?
Of the Drunk Elephant products you can view on our site, more than half contain animal-derived ingredients. You can see their vegan selection by choosing the relevant filter.
In what country are the products made?
Drunk Elephant manufacture their products in the USA.