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Drunk Elephant T.L.C. Framboos Glycolic Night Serum – Skin Care Brightening Night Serum. Repac...

(12 customer reviews)

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  • T. L. C. FRAMBOOS GLYCOLIC NIGHT SERUM. A 12% AHA/BHA night serum that helps refine and resurface skin to reveal a smoother and more radiant looking complexion. It enhances the performance of other products by clearing the way for maximum absorption.
  • WHAT IT IS FORMULATED TO DO. This high-tech gel resurfaces dull skin and gently lifts dead skin cells away for a clear, smooth, and even looking complexion. It delivers precise chemical exfoliation without harsh side effects like dryness or sensitization.
  • NO QUESTION IN QUALITY. A routine is only as good as its worst product, and a product is only as good as its worst ingredient. Drunk Elephant is dedicated to your internal health and external skin health; “If there’s any DOUBT, it’s OUT.”
  • SENSITIVE VS. SENSITIZED. When skin is exposed to irritants and sensitizers, damage can be imperceptible and cumulative, leaving it in a reactive mode. “Sensitive” skin is often just skin that has become sensitized over time by harsh additives.
  • MADE IN THE USA. Drunk Elephant doesnt take shortcuts or compromise ingredients to save money. They are hands-on and will stay true to their ethos. Their products are designed, tested and made in the United States. Drunk Elephant is certified cruelty-free, they have never, nor will ever, animal test or allow products to be tested on animals.

Additional information

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Product Dimensions

3 x 3 x 5 inches, 1 Ounces

Item model number





856556004067 812343032781 856556004128


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12 reviews for Drunk Elephant T.L.C. Framboos Glycolic Night Serum – Skin Care Brightening Night Serum. Repac...

  1. Adam

    The only thing I can say is I purchased this product and several others from the same company and my wife was extremely happy so therefor I am happy BECAUSE the house is now happy. If you are married then you get it. Gentlemen… a fellow married man and father I endorse this company. It’s expensive BUT not to expensive plus women love to take care of themselves (as should we) and this enables them to do that and show off the results to you ‘wink wink’

  2. Julia

    It was really nice on my skin, it smelled nice but not as nice and it was kinda expensive for a small Container but it’s worth it 10/10

  3. Stéphanie L.

    This with the waterfacial a couple times a week. My skin looks better than it has in years. Drunk elephant is expensive but it works!

  4. jane burry

    I used to bought that product at Sephora and noticed that the texture is really different , the feel too. Can it be counterfeit?

  5. Karina Valencia

    Love this product. I use it every night.

  6. Haley Nichols

    It makes your face so smooth and soft. A little bit goes a long way.

  7. Smila mahmood

    Liked that it was scent free and an easy gel product

  8. Irene

    I like the product itself but the packaging is terrible and it seems like the pump might be defective. I had to take the top off just to make sure I actually received a full bottle.

  9. Stacey Bacovin

    real and good serum! goes good when mixed with the polipeptied cream.

  10. Nat Rose

    Every other product containing glycolic acid I’ve tried has caused pretty immediate & extreme sensitization lasting for a few days. I thought I just couldn’t tolerate it as an ingredient until I found this. Although lactic acid always worked better for me, when it comes to DE products, I prefer Framboos over Protini.

    This does not cause any stinging or dryness, and although I do not recommend testing this out, it shockingly didn’t cause stinging on already-sensitized skin. It’s a nice gel texture and layers well with my other skincare products.

    I just need to ensure I use it in moderation and on non-retinol nights. I will have to figure out where it fits into my routine when I switch to a Tretinoin + Azelaic Acid formula (I currently use OTC Adapalene).

    Overall I definitely recommend it, and highly suggest getting it on Amazon vs from Sephora as it’s less than a third of the price here. (IMO it’s worth ~$30, NOT $90).

    For ingredient-conscious skincare junkies, this one also passes the test — it doesn’t contain any fragrance, irritants, or comedogenic ingredients, and has a lot of “goodie”s.

  11. Kara Brianne McCall

    So far I think I like this, though if you don’t slowly build your skin up to tolerate this harsher treatment, it can cause pain, stinging, redness and irritation. That said, I do believe this is helpful for a lot of skin issues.
    I think my skin is a little drier, so I’m working on finding the right combo of moisturizers and proper steps to help remedy this.
    IMPORTANT NOTE: Be careful not to mix certain other skincare products or ingredients with it (no matter what the website may say!).
    To be helpful, I have made a list of things NOT to mix at the same time and important tips.
    However, to be sure, ask a professional dermatologist:
    •DO NOT MIX:
    -RETINOL should not be mixed with: Vitamin C, Vitamin E, AHA/BHA or Benzol Peroxide.
    -AHA/BHA should not be mixed with: Retinol, Vitamin C or Niacinamide (and possibly peptides but I am not 100% sure on that).
    -VITAMIN C should not be mixed with Retinol, AHA/BHA or Niacinamide.
    -VITAMIN E should not be mixed with Retinol.
    -NIACINAMIDE should not be mixed with AHA/BHA or Vitamin C
    -BENZOYL PEROXIDE should not be mixed with Retinol.
    NOTE: Both Retinol and AHA/BHA can be very helpful for various skin issues. While you should not MIX them, you can switch between them (example: Monday for Retinol, Tuesday for AHA/BHA, etc) nightly once your skin has been safely worked up to tolerating these more intense skin remedies. Do not try to do this all at once, right off the bat.
    -While the Drunk Elephant website doesn’t always address this, in most cases RETINOL and AHA/BHA should be used at night as they cause sensitivity to the sun that can damage skin. I don’t know if applying sunscreen will fully keep your skin safe (not to mention all the reapplying). While you *may* be able to use it if you’re staying indoors, do understand that harmful rays can enter the home, car and workplace through windows. If you’re going to experience sun, regardless of what you do or do not put on your skin, an SPF of at least 30 should be an everyday routine (with reapplying).
    As for if you stay indoors, away from windows, one would assume hanging out in a dark room all day would suffice, but I’m no expert.
    -So it’s beat to use Retinol and AHA/BHA at night and wash it off in the morning. A cream or serum containing Vitamin C thrives off sunlight, so that is best to use in the daytime.
    •IF YOU OVERDO THE SKIN TREATMENTS AND YOUR SKIN IS FEELING DRY OR IRRITATED: Take a break from the harsh products and use very gentle ones for a little bit. Particularly CERAMIDES. These are gentle and help your skin to heal, calm and moisturize your skin. I personally have used (and liked) “Good Cera Super Ceramide Emulsion (pH 5.5 / 7 free)” which is a nice, gentle moisturizer. There are also things like ceramide masks that can help.

  12. MamaBear

    Anti wrinkle.

    Received this product some time ago as a sample and gave it a go. Was quite impressed at how the fine lines diminished quite a bit after only a couple of weeks of use. Just use a small bit though if you have sensitive skin and maybe just 2-3 times a week as it is quite potent.

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