Drunk Elephant Protini™ Polypeptide Cream

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Which skin type is it good for? Normal Oily Combination Dry Sensitive "Hi all! Every day, I add protein powder to my smoothie for muscle support. I wanted a different kind of moisturizer that would do the same for my collagen help support, maintain, and possibly prevent the breakdown of existing. Protini was born. Jam-packed with crazy levels of amino acids, signal peptides, and safe, synthetic growth factors (the good kind), this dreamy cream melts right into your skin to make it hydrated, bouncy, and balanced. I'm hoping you'll fall #drunkinlove!" Tiffany, Founder of Drunk Elephant

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Carmichael, CA
Beauty Junkie Expert Level 1
23 reviews
Drunk Elephant Protini™ Polypeptide Cream uploaded by Vlada G.
Drunk Elephant Protini™ Polypeptide Cream uploaded by Vlada G.
Protini is a protein moisturizer that is supposed to improve skin’s tone, texture, and firmness through its proprietary blend of polypeptides. It is a white, thin, lightweight gel that readily absorbs into the skin. I had received a sample of this product previously, which was my first introduction to peptides in skincare. Unfortunately, after trying this product a second time, I’m still not crazy about it. I found it is not hydrating enough (even in the am) for my dry skin, so I always mix in a pump of oil prior to applying. Aside from that, I’ve also experienced some stinging/irritation in the more sensitive parts of my face. Additionally, while this product does contain copper peptides (which have enough evidence to support skin repair/firmness), the other peptides had studies done “in vitro” (NOT on real skin as opposed to “in vivo” (on real skin). One of my other main issues with this product is the price. For $68 I expect to get “revived, younger-looking skin, almost from the first application”? (quote from Drunk Elephant). However, all I got was irritated, non-hydrated skin. I don’t think the polypeptides have had any anti-aging effects on my skin either, especially compared to my regular tretinoin use. Personally, I don’t think it is worth the price, especially when you can get the @acurebeauty Radically Rejuvenating Whipped Night Cream as a dupe, or even get @deciem The Ordinary “Buffet” + Copper Peptides 1% at a much cheaper price. I really wanted to love this product, especially since the LaLa Retro worked wonders for me. If you have dry, dehydrated, or sensitive skin, or are looking to get immediate skin firming/anti-aging effects I would not recommend this product for you. However, if you have oily skin, and don’t mind spending the $$$ for a nice, lightweight moisturizer and want to try out peptides, I would get a sample first before committing. I give this product 2/5 stars.
Protini is a protein moisturizer that is supposed to improve skin’s tone, texture, and firmness through its proprietary blend of polypeptides. It is a white, thin, lightweight gel that readily absorbs into the skin. I had received a sample of this product previously, which was my first introduction to peptides in skincare. Unfortunately, after trying this product a second time, I’m still not crazy about it. I found it is not hydrating enough (even in the am) for my dry skin, so I always mix in a pump of oil prior to applying. Aside from that, I’ve also experienced some stinging/irritation in the more sensitive parts of my face. Additionally, while this product does contain copper peptides (which have enough evidence to support skin repair/firmness), the other peptides had studies done “in vitro” (NOT on real skin as opposed to “in vivo” (on real skin). One of my other main issues with this product is the price. For $68 I expect to get “revived, younger-looking skin, almost from the first application”? (quote from Drunk Elephant). However, all I got was irritated, non-hydrated skin. I don’t think the polypeptides have had any anti-aging effects on my skin either, especially compared to my regular tretinoin use. Personally, I don’t think it is worth the price, especially when you can get the @acurebeauty Radically Rejuvenating Whipped Night Cream as a dupe, or even get @deciem The Ordinary “Buffet” + Copper Peptides 1% at a much cheaper price. I really wanted to love this product, especially since the LaLa Retro worked wonders for me. If you have dry, dehydrated, or sensitive skin, or are looking to get immediate skin firming/anti-aging effects I would not recommend this product for you. However, if you have oily skin, and don’t mind spending the $$$ for a nice, lightweight moisturizer and want to try out peptides, I would get a sample first before committing. I give this product 2/5 stars.
Brooklyn , NY
Beauty Junkie Expert Level 1
24 reviews
I have to say I initially though it wouldnt be the worst thing if this product doesnt work because of the price point of DE products, but I'm much happier that it actually is a great product worthy of all the positive reviews and worth the money to me. I'm 39 with sensitive, combo skin and started to see fine lines and sun damage in my 30s. I get very occasional breakouts, but do have a consistently slightly oily tzone. I was hoping to find a product that worked for my sensitive skin, moisturized enough to make a difference and didnt break me out. Success on all counts! The product has become my go to daily moisturizer. I was using at night with a few drops of facial oil and now in winter I'm using it twice a day with DE C-Firma in the am (I do prefer DE B Hydra in the am with the C Firma in hotter, humid months). The consistency is thicker than most creams I've used only because I tend to prefer gel-creams or light serums so I dont get too oily. However the protini cream blends right into my skin and I don't need to use much to cover my face and neck. Bonus theres no added fragrance so no worries for smells which I'm also sensitive too. I did learn to only push the pump halfway down at a time so I didnt pump too much out and waste product. When combined with the C-firma in the am it does initially look a little milky, but rest assured it will blend right in if you havent used too much of either product. I've used the DE Protini and C-firma for several months now and definitely notice that my skin feels more balanced overall in terms of oily/dryness, fine lines seem a little better and mild improvements in age spots around my eyes. I've never been great about consistently sticking with a product as I like to sample new products and always looking for something that both benefits my skin but also safe for my sensitive skin (lots of patch test horror stories). Protini cream is one of only a few products I've found myself consistently as it hits both those goals for me
I have to say I initially though it wouldnt be the worst thing if this product doesnt work because of the price point of DE products, but I'm much happier that it actually is a great product worthy of all the positive reviews and worth the money to me. I'm 39 with sensitive, combo skin and started to see fine lines and sun damage in my 30s. I get very occasional breakouts, but do have a consistently slightly oily tzone. I was hoping to find a product that worked for my sensitive skin, moisturized enough to make a difference and didnt break me out. Success on all counts! The product has become my go to daily moisturizer. I was using at night with a few drops of facial oil and now in winter I'm using it twice a day with DE C-Firma in the am (I do prefer DE B Hydra in the am with the C Firma in hotter, humid months). The consistency is thicker than most creams I've used only because I tend to prefer gel-creams or light serums so I dont get too oily. However the protini cream blends right into my skin and I don't need to use much to cover my face and neck. Bonus theres no added fragrance so no worries for smells which I'm also sensitive too. I did learn to only push the pump halfway down at a time so I didnt pump too much out and waste product. When combined with the C-firma in the am it does initially look a little milky, but rest assured it will blend right in if you havent used too much of either product. I've used the DE Protini and C-firma for several months now and definitely notice that my skin feels more balanced overall in terms of oily/dryness, fine lines seem a little better and mild improvements in age spots around my eyes. I've never been great about consistently sticking with a product as I like to sample new products and always looking for something that both benefits my skin but also safe for my sensitive skin (lots of patch test horror stories). Protini cream is one of only a few products I've found myself consistently as it hits both those goals for me
Vancouver, BC
Beauty Junkie Expert Level 3
125 reviews
Drunk Elephant Protini™ Polypeptide Cream uploaded by Daniel S.
Drunk Elephant Protini Polypeptide Moisturizer $89 CAD (Sephora.ca) 1.69 oz/ 50 mL This amazing moisturizer combines quite a few concentrations of actives which help to improve the appearance of skin tone, texture and firmness. It is a solution for firming as well as quenching that thirsty skin. It also remedies that dullness and un-even texture. This proprietary formula that is trademarked by Drunk Elephant claims to deliver youthful looking skin, from the first application of the cream. Lines, wrinkles and sun damage are reduced while that tired and thirsty skin is strengthened. This of this moisturizer as adding a shot of protein to your skincare routine. This cream is great for all skin types. It is a little heavy, but does not feel heavy or greasy when it is applied. Some of the standout ingredients listed are as follows: Water, Alba Root Extract, Coconut Alkalines, Aspartic Acid It contains a 9 signal peptide complex, Pygmy Waterlily Stem Cell extract and a Soybean Folic Acid Ferment extract. All others listed were your normal run-of-the-mill ingredients. One key thing is that this has the “Clean At Sephora” symbol as well as being vegan. If you are not familiar with the Clean at Sephora rating, it means the entire line has been formulate without a list of over 50 ingredients which include sulfates and parabens. To apply this cream: Apply in the AM and PM after cleansing (I apply after my eye cream and serum) They also say you can “mix it up” with any other Drunk Elephant product. I have been using this cream for about 2 weeks now and I have seriously noticed a difference, not in the first application but for sure in the second and 3rd. My skin does appear more youthful and some of the lines have been smoothed out. I love how it looks like a jar but when you open the lid it’s a “flat pump” which reduced the amount of waste or contamination from an open jar. Drunk Elephant is another one of my favourite skincare brands and I would repurchase this. Another really lovely thing to note about Drunk Elephant is that they are a supporter of IEF (International Elephant Foundation) and are considered Cruelty Free. Drunk Elephant Protini™ Polypeptide Cream
Drunk Elephant Protini Polypeptide Moisturizer $89 CAD (Sephora.ca) 1.69 oz/ 50 mL This amazing moisturizer combines quite a few concentrations of actives which help to improve the appearance of skin tone, texture and firmness. It is a solution for firming as well as quenching that thirsty skin. It also remedies that dullness and un-even texture. This proprietary formula that is trademarked by Drunk Elephant claims to deliver youthful looking skin, from the first application of the cream. Lines, wrinkles and sun damage are reduced while that tired and thirsty skin is strengthened. This of this moisturizer as adding a shot of protein to your skincare routine. This cream is great for all skin types. It is a little heavy, but does not feel heavy or greasy when it is applied. Some of the standout ingredients listed are as follows: Water, Alba Root Extract, Coconut Alkalines, Aspartic Acid It contains a 9 signal peptide complex, Pygmy Waterlily Stem Cell extract and a Soybean Folic Acid Ferment extract. All others listed were your normal run-of-the-mill ingredients. One key thing is that this has the “Clean At Sephora” symbol as well as being vegan. If you are not familiar with the Clean at Sephora rating, it means the entire line has been formulate without a list of over 50 ingredients which include sulfates and parabens. To apply this cream: Apply in the AM and PM after cleansing (I apply after my eye cream and serum) They also say you can “mix it up” with any other Drunk Elephant product. I have been using this cream for about 2 weeks now and I have seriously noticed a difference, not in the first application but for sure in the second and 3rd. My skin does appear more youthful and some of the lines have been smoothed out. I love how it looks like a jar but when you open the lid it’s a “flat pump” which reduced the amount of waste or contamination from an open jar. Drunk Elephant is another one of my favourite skincare brands and I would repurchase this. Another really lovely thing to note about Drunk Elephant is that they are a supporter of IEF (International Elephant Foundation) and are considered Cruelty Free. Drunk Elephant Protini™ Polypeptide Cream
New York
1 review
Drunk Elephant Protini™ Polypeptide Cream uploaded by Julie F.
Purchased at: Sephora
I Have been using this moisturizer for a little over a year and even have my boyfriend hooked on it. I have combination skin which is also very sensitive and is prone to hormonal cystic acne. I have tried everything from High End to Drug Store brands, and price doesn’t warrant quality. So when it comes to moisturizers I have tried so many and always broke out. And for the longest time i was addicted to OleHenriksen Sheer Transformation, then i decided to try Drunk Elephant cream, I started with using this moisturizer only in the morning just to let my skin get used to it and not to overwhelm it. And within 2 weeks i was hooked on using it morning, night and in between! Saw such a difference in my skin after using it for 2-3 months, softer, more even lookin. It quenches my combination skin just right, and doesnt oil my tzone. It dried soft and smooth without that tacky- sticky feeling some leave behind, and is also perfect to use before makeup. The Drunk Elephant Lala Retro moisturizer is good too but is a bit too thick for me. And then lets talk about packaging- finally no sticking fingers, brushes, blenders, etc.. into the containers. Pump the container and it gives the right amount, and the rest is not exposed to oxygen or germs. Now to touch on the subject of price —- Yes it is pricey, I do wish they would bring it down even a little to be more affordable but in my eyes worth every penny without regretDrunk Elephant Protini™ Polypeptide Cream - especially during Sephora sales. I would definitely recommend :)
I Have been using this moisturizer for a little over a year and even have my boyfriend hooked on it. I have combination skin which is also very sensitive and is prone to hormonal cystic acne. I have tried everything from High End to Drug Store brands, and price doesn’t warrant quality. So when it comes to moisturizers I have tried so many and always broke out. And for the longest time i was addicted to OleHenriksen Sheer Transformation, then i decided to try Drunk Elephant cream, I started with using this moisturizer only in the morning just to let my skin get used to it and not to overwhelm it. And within 2 weeks i was hooked on using it morning, night and in between! Saw such a difference in my skin after using it for 2-3 months, softer, more even lookin. It quenches my combination skin just right, and doesnt oil my tzone. It dried soft and smooth without that tacky- sticky feeling some leave behind, and is also perfect to use before makeup. The Drunk Elephant Lala Retro moisturizer is good too but is a bit too thick for me. And then lets talk about packaging- finally no sticking fingers, brushes, blenders, etc.. into the containers. Pump the container and it gives the right amount, and the rest is not exposed to oxygen or germs. Now to touch on the subject of price —- Yes it is pricey, I do wish they would bring it down even a little to be more affordable but in my eyes worth every penny without regretDrunk Elephant Protini™ Polypeptide Cream - especially during Sephora sales. I would definitely recommend :)
7 reviews
Drunk Elephant Protini™ Polypeptide Cream uploaded by Elizabeth L.
Drunk Elephant Protini™ Polypeptide Cream uploaded by Elizabeth L.
I love love LOVE this moisturizer I’m very picky about my skin care products because I have sensitive combo skin and I don’t like for products so get sticky or Cakey from silicones to where my skin isn’t absorbing it this is definitely a product that melts into your skin it really helped with open pores and just the overall plumpness of my skin however! For the price of what I’m getting ($68 for 50ml) i don’t feel like it’s enough to justify like before because I am going through it in a bout a month using it day and night where as before I feel like it lasted me 2-3 months this month I decided to take apart the packing to show exactly what your getting *also I’ll add that low air pressure pump does do wonders to get everything to the last drop of product out* still it hurts to say because I love the product but unfortunately i don’t think this will be splurge for me anymore I’ll be trying more affordable dupes of the product if you don’t mind the splurge by all means highly recommend
I love love LOVE this moisturizer I’m very picky about my skin care products because I have sensitive combo skin and I don’t like for products so get sticky or Cakey from silicones to where my skin isn’t absorbing it this is definitely a product that melts into your skin it really helped with open pores and just the overall plumpness of my skin however! For the price of what I’m getting ($68 for 50ml) i don’t feel like it’s enough to justify like before because I am going through it in a bout a month using it day and night where as before I feel like it lasted me 2-3 months this month I decided to take apart the packing to show exactly what your getting *also I’ll add that low air pressure pump does do wonders to get everything to the last drop of product out* still it hurts to say because I love the product but unfortunately i don’t think this will be splurge for me anymore I’ll be trying more affordable dupes of the product if you don’t mind the splurge by all means highly recommend
Little Neck, NY
11 reviews
I received this moisturizer along with their Jelly cleanser in a birthday sample duo from Sephora so this review is based on first impressions!At some point, I noticed that my skin started losing its firmness and didn't have that bounce that it used to have back in the day. It gave me that stark realization that I am no spring chicken anymore (-_-) so I knew I had to start looking for stronger acting products.This product claimed to help plump and firm the skin so I was eager to give it a try. I quickly fell in love after a few short days of religious use! The consistency is on the thick, creamier side so I used it solely at night time, every night until I ran out. After use, I'd wake up with my skin feeling well-hydrated and with some quick cheek tap tests, I did notice a lovely difference in the bounce back.I am still debating if I want to pay $68 for 1.69 fl oz for the full size because for me it's pretty pricey (docked a star for that) but if the product works, I might just take the jump!All in all, I do highly recommend it for those who are looking to plump up & hydrate their skin and are okay with the price point, but like with all other products, I suggest trying a sample size first for any possible reactions.
I received this moisturizer along with their Jelly cleanser in a birthday sample duo from Sephora so this review is based on first impressions!At some point, I noticed that my skin started losing its firmness and didn't have that bounce that it used to have back in the day. It gave me that stark realization that I am no spring chicken anymore (-_-) so I knew I had to start looking for stronger acting products.This product claimed to help plump and firm the skin so I was eager to give it a try. I quickly fell in love after a few short days of religious use! The consistency is on the thick, creamier side so I used it solely at night time, every night until I ran out. After use, I'd wake up with my skin feeling well-hydrated and with some quick cheek tap tests, I did notice a lovely difference in the bounce back.I am still debating if I want to pay $68 for 1.69 fl oz for the full size because for me it's pretty pricey (docked a star for that) but if the product works, I might just take the jump!All in all, I do highly recommend it for those who are looking to plump up & hydrate their skin and are okay with the price point, but like with all other products, I suggest trying a sample size first for any possible reactions.
Carrollton, GA
Beauty Junkie Expert Level 5
380 reviews
Let me say this, I love trying different skincare products. One never knows until they try if something is going to be better than what they are currently using. For me, neither of the Drunk Elephant moisturizers I have tried come anywhere close to Estee Lauder Resilience Oil in Cream Infusion. This one, Drunk Elephant Protini Polypeptide Cream, had a cross reaction with something in my skincare routine that make my face sting when applying it and also caused small red bump like hives all over my face and neck. I don't what product that it reacted with, but frankly, it just wasn't worth trying to find out. I am not giving up Retin-A or any of the serums that have served me so well. For those who do not follow me, I also have three daughters, one is 30 and I thought she might like to try it as she and her 28 year old sister have gotten into anti-aging skincare to an extent. She has had mild rosacea flareups at different times. This caused a flareup in her and neither of my other girls would touch it after that. We gave it a friend of one of my daughter's that said she loved Drunk Elephant and had never had an issue with the Polypeptide Cream. At least someone is getting some benefit out of an expensive product.
Let me say this, I love trying different skincare products. One never knows until they try if something is going to be better than what they are currently using. For me, neither of the Drunk Elephant moisturizers I have tried come anywhere close to Estee Lauder Resilience Oil in Cream Infusion. This one, Drunk Elephant Protini Polypeptide Cream, had a cross reaction with something in my skincare routine that make my face sting when applying it and also caused small red bump like hives all over my face and neck. I don't what product that it reacted with, but frankly, it just wasn't worth trying to find out. I am not giving up Retin-A or any of the serums that have served me so well. For those who do not follow me, I also have three daughters, one is 30 and I thought she might like to try it as she and her 28 year old sister have gotten into anti-aging skincare to an extent. She has had mild rosacea flareups at different times. This caused a flareup in her and neither of my other girls would touch it after that. We gave it a friend of one of my daughter's that said she loved Drunk Elephant and had never had an issue with the Polypeptide Cream. At least someone is getting some benefit out of an expensive product.
Beauty Junkie Expert Level 4
55 reviews
I received this product as a single-use sample, so this review is simply my first impression and I have not used it more than once.Pros:-Leaves skin feeling extremely soft and smooth.-Greasiness isn't overwhelmingly uncomfortable or annoying, and dries down to a texture that is hard to describe... almost powdery, without being powdery. while still feeling a bit greasy. It's strange. -Most definitely hydrates the skin effectively, as results are noticed upon first application.-Skin feels noticeably softer (as mentioned above), but it also looks softer and more moisturized, with less visible dry skin, especially on my hands where I applied the excess from the sample. And by "less visible", I really mean "virtually none".Cons:-Feels quite greasy when applied, and continues to feel greasy even after product has been absorbed.-I could easily see this product being one that would break me out, if I had more than a sample and used it as my main moisturizer.Would I purchase a full-sized container?Considering it's $68 at Sephora for a 50ml container, and it feels quite greasy, my answer is no. I wouldn't use it on my face due to it being so greasy and my skin type being "oily", and I can't justify spending nearly $70 on a hand cream; no matter how soft it makes my hands.
I received this product as a single-use sample, so this review is simply my first impression and I have not used it more than once.Pros:-Leaves skin feeling extremely soft and smooth.-Greasiness isn't overwhelmingly uncomfortable or annoying, and dries down to a texture that is hard to describe... almost powdery, without being powdery. while still feeling a bit greasy. It's strange. -Most definitely hydrates the skin effectively, as results are noticed upon first application.-Skin feels noticeably softer (as mentioned above), but it also looks softer and more moisturized, with less visible dry skin, especially on my hands where I applied the excess from the sample. And by "less visible", I really mean "virtually none".Cons:-Feels quite greasy when applied, and continues to feel greasy even after product has been absorbed.-I could easily see this product being one that would break me out, if I had more than a sample and used it as my main moisturizer.Would I purchase a full-sized container?Considering it's $68 at Sephora for a 50ml container, and it feels quite greasy, my answer is no. I wouldn't use it on my face due to it being so greasy and my skin type being "oily", and I can't justify spending nearly $70 on a hand cream; no matter how soft it makes my hands.
Thornton, CO
Beauty Junkie Expert Level 2
81 reviews
I really, really wanted to love not only this Product but the entire Drunk Elephant Line as a whole. But, it just wasn't meant to be.

My Skin does not respond well to Marula Oil and since nearly every Drunk Elephant Product contains the Ingredient...I had to really be careful with how many Products from the Brand I had in my Routine and how often I used them.

The T.L.C Framboos was fine alone, as were C-Tango and C-Firma. But, once I tried incorporating either the LaLa Retro or Protini...my Skin tended to break out in small whiteheads and I began suffering from texture issues.

The pure Marula Oil was especially incompatible with my Skin. 

Even using Protini alone with Products not from Drunk Elephant didn't seem to work. The whiteheads still came and went in waves for about two weeks before I threw in the towel. 

This was unfortunately a pass from me and one that I will not be coming back to. Make sure to patch test to see if Marula Oil will work for your Skin...Sephora often offers samples. 

Drunk Elephant also carries their "Littles" Sets which are more affordable and give you the chance to sample a variety of their Products. 
I really, really wanted to love not only this Product but the entire Drunk Elephant Line as a whole. But, it just wasn't meant to be.

My Skin does not respond well to Marula Oil and since nearly every Drunk Elephant Product contains the Ingredient...I had to really be careful with how many Products from the Brand I had in my Routine and how often I used them.

The T.L.C Framboos was fine alone, as were C-Tango and C-Firma. But, once I tried incorporating either the LaLa Retro or Protini...my Skin tended to break out in small whiteheads and I began suffering from texture issues.

The pure Marula Oil was especially incompatible with my Skin. 

Even using Protini alone with Products not from Drunk Elephant didn't seem to work. The whiteheads still came and went in waves for about two weeks before I threw in the towel. 

This was unfortunately a pass from me and one that I will not be coming back to. Make sure to patch test to see if Marula Oil will work for your Skin...Sephora often offers samples. 

Drunk Elephant also carries their "Littles" Sets which are more affordable and give you the chance to sample a variety of their Products. 
SAN ANTONIO, TX
Beauty Junkie Expert Level 1
40 reviews
I have dry to combination skin, and I try to saturate my skin with thick moisturizers at night, which is when I use my heavier creams, but daytime I have trouble finding a moisturizer that isn't too thick or greasy, or too water/gel based. I tried the Tatcha water cream and really didn't care for it, which was shocking with all the great reviews it has and the high price tag. I generally tend to go back to the Clinique dramatically different moisturizing lotion because it is a good consistency for me, and of course, very affordable. However, this DE cream is probably my new go to. I have a half ounce sample I've been using for almost 2 weeks and I've barely made a dent in it. You really don't need much product at all, which I love, especially with such a high price tag. it just sinks into your skin like silk and creates such a creamy, moisturized, rich feeling. It makes my skin tingle for just a few seconds and honestly, it feels so good! I'm someone who enjoys a little tingle or other sensation because it makes me feel like something is working. My skin is hydrated, plumped, refreshed, and so smooth! I love this stuff, it is really working for me and I definitely recommend it!
I have dry to combination skin, and I try to saturate my skin with thick moisturizers at night, which is when I use my heavier creams, but daytime I have trouble finding a moisturizer that isn't too thick or greasy, or too water/gel based. I tried the Tatcha water cream and really didn't care for it, which was shocking with all the great reviews it has and the high price tag. I generally tend to go back to the Clinique dramatically different moisturizing lotion because it is a good consistency for me, and of course, very affordable. However, this DE cream is probably my new go to. I have a half ounce sample I've been using for almost 2 weeks and I've barely made a dent in it. You really don't need much product at all, which I love, especially with such a high price tag. it just sinks into your skin like silk and creates such a creamy, moisturized, rich feeling. It makes my skin tingle for just a few seconds and honestly, it feels so good! I'm someone who enjoys a little tingle or other sensation because it makes me feel like something is working. My skin is hydrated, plumped, refreshed, and so smooth! I love this stuff, it is really working for me and I definitely recommend it!
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D'ALBA PIEDMONT: Peptide No-Sebum Repair Cream. It is very light , moisturizing and more affordable than Drunk Elephant. It is about $45.