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Drunk Elephant Announces the Launch of F-Balm™ Electrolyte Waterfacial, Exclusively at SEPHORA

Drunk Elephant and Sephora announce the launch of a new overnight hydrating face mask– F-Balm™ Electrolyte Waterfacial.

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Drunk Elephant F-Balm™ Electrolyte Waterfacial (Photo: Business Wire)

This cooling, quenching mask plumps and restores with an electrolyte cocktail while strengthening the skin’s acid mantle. With barrier-replenishing ingredients including niacinamide, sodium PCA, plant squalane, five forms of ceramides, omega fatty acids and powerful antioxidants, F-Balm™ effectively rehydrates hungover, overly-parched skin. Tiny beads loaded with vitamin F burst during application to deliver extra emollience and soothing hydration.

"F-Balm is an overnight mask that plumps and helps restore the balance of hydration and moisture levels to the skin. Our four electrolyte blend helps restore the water content of skin while protecting against its loss, which makes the lipids, ceramides and oils in the formula even more effective at their job – keeping skin soft and supple," said Drunk Elephant Founder Tiffany Masterson.

In addition to restoring the balance of hydration and moisture levels in skin, F-Balm™ Electrolyte Waterfacial can help improve signs of damage, uneven tone and texture.

Apply 4-5 pumps of F-Balm™ as the last step in your nighttime routine. F-Balm may be worn to bed as an overnight mask, and can also can be layered over Virgin Marula Oil for an extra shot of absorbable moisture. Try using F-Balm™ on top of T.L.C. Framboos™ Glycolic Night Serum for a gentle, chemical exfoliation while you sleep.

F-Balm™ Electrolyte Waterfacial is available on 1/1 at Drunk Elephant.com, SEPHORA stores and SEPHORA.com and has a suggested retail price of $52.

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