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Drunk Elephant - Slaai Makeup Melting Butter Cleanser

Drunk Elephant is one of the top skincare brands in the game. If you’re looking for an alternative to a cleansing wash to remove your daily makeup, the Slaai Makeup Melting Butter Cleanser from Drunk Elephant is a great option that does not strip your skin of essential oils, it leaves your face both moisturized and makeup free after each use. This makeup remover has a vaseline-like texture so it can feel it bit heavy during your first couple applications. To use this product, we recommend using only once at night during your daily makeup removal routine. When applying the product, take a small scoop, about a fingertip size of cleanser, apply to dry skin, and gently work into your skin in a circular motion around your face and eyes. Rinse your hands with water and work in a second round to better activate the product. This makeup cleanser also comes with a Bamboo Booster which you can use 1-2 times per week that helps exfoliate the skin. To use the Bamboo Booster, apply while you’re working in the cleanser and add a small amount of product in and lather. If you are using retinol – avoid using the Bamboo Booster to avoid irritation. The Slaai Makeup Melting butter comes in a 3.88 oz container and the Bamboo Booster is loosely .10 oz, this should last you at least 6 months if you are using only once a day during your evening routine.

Top Benefits:

  • Fragrance Free
  • Silicone Free
  • Does not strip skin
  • Does not irritate skin
  • Removes oil
  • Removes makeup
  • Removes grime
  • Leaves your skin dewy
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    4/5 stars


    would recommend

Serena Wong is one of the co-founders of Keyglam. With 10+ years in online marketing and a core focus in building brands, she has always had deep love for all things beauty. She is also an avid music lover, when she isn't investing her time in beauty, you can find her seeking out new emerging music artists to add to her growing music collection. Her belief is beauty can connect us on a deeper level then what you see on your skin - it creates a bond of self-expression and freedom. One of her many passions is seeking new beauty products for the latest in Korean, Japanese, Popularized Brands and Skincare which was heavily influenced from a trip in 2017 to Japan where become immersed in all things asian beauty. Throughout her teens and twenties, with a limited amount of cash to spend on haircare, makeup and skincare, this sparked her interest to look to social platforms like YouTube, Instagram and Pinterest learn how to do her own and her friends/families beauty. These mediums not only created curiosity but also gave birth to how the idea of Keyglam. With the goal of embracing all backgrounds, shapes and sizes, the mission is to bring beauty to every.body.