There is so much hype around Drunk Elephant, I felt like I was almost "virtually" bullied into buying this kit. Now, of course I am exaggerating. Frankly speaking, I couldn't wait for my Night Bright Duo to arrive in the mail and after testing it for a few weeks now, I think I am ready to share my thoughts.
About the Brand
As you might already know, Drunk Elephant is a relatively new kid on the "skincare" block and although these products have somewhat a millennial-appealing packaging (fun and quirky), price tags are comparable to some of the high-end niche brands on the market. The question is: are these serious skincare products? Answer is: hell, yes!
Drunk Elephant is one of the "cleanest" brands available; you won't find any nasty ingredients here and more so - these have a great nutritive value. If you think your skin deserves good quality "food", this is a brand to look at. Here is a long blacklist of ingredients, which you won't find in any of Drunk Elephant products.
Night Bright Duo
Although the brand doesn't give any samples with purchase, they did create a few different deluxe-sized kits for those of us, who prefer to try everything first (and splurge after). Night Bright Duo costs 28 USD and you get 8 ml/ .27 fl.oz of each product here: T.L.C. Framboos Glycolic Night Serum (90 USD) and Virgin Marula Luxury Face Oil (72 USD). Both of these products normally come in a 30 ml bottle, so if you do the math: you get a bit less than one-third here (which, compared to most deluxe-sized goodies out there, is actually a good amount).
My skin type/concerns: before we go ahead, I thought I would mention a few words about my skin type and issues that I have. My skin is dry, sensitive and dehydrated. Plus I am prone to texture and clogged pores (did I mention painful hormonal breakouts? well, count them in). I have used AHAs and BHAs in the past and they do work incredibly well for me: skin gets clearer, I don't get as dry/"patchy" and when the time comes - I don't ge