DRUNK ELEPHANT

Virgin Marula Antioxidant Face Oil

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ACURE

THE ESSENTIALS MARULA OIL

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Similarity Rating: 87%

Some small differences but similar overall.

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Drunk Elephant is $40 for .5 oz while Acure is $16 for 1 oz. Both of these products contain 100% Marula Oil, which is known to help with signs of aging while moisturizing. The ingredient itself has an EWG score of 1, which is the best score on the EWG scale. Testers agreed these were similar in that neither had much of a scent and both came in pump bottles. One tester thought that Drunk Elephant was slightly thicker and stickier, but she preferred the slickness of the Acure oil. Both testers would switch to Acure to save.

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Some small differences but similar overall.

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