DRUNK ELEPHANT

T.L.C. Framboos Glycolic Night Serum

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Bliss Renew & Smooth Night Serum

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Drunk Elephant is $90 for 1 oz while Bliss is $25 for 1 oz. Both of these products contain Glycolic Acid which is a great exfoliant and is said to help with signs of aging. Both products contain various fruit extracts to brighten. Drunk Elephant has a blend of acids and includes Salicylic Acid and Lactic Acid. Bliss does not contain these acids but does contain Squalane and Vitamin E, which are both noted to help with signs of aging. Drunk Elephant is considered Clean at Sephora and has an EWG score of 3 (on a scale of 1-10 with 1 being the best). Testers thought these products were similar across smell, consistency, and feel on the skin. One tester noted that Bliss smelled slightly more floral, but otherwise testers would switch to Bliss based on these similarities. Tried either? Comment below with your observations!

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