The ‘anti-pollution’ serum that delivers a natural glow WITHOUT using fake tan – the promise of Sunshine Drops
- Women are using a liquid bronzing serum to give complexions a radiant glow
- Drunk Elephant ‘Sunshine Drops’ claim to leave skin looking naturally sun-kissed
- The $55 serum is laced with unrefined cocoa powder, which deepens skin tone
- Many are calling it a ‘secret weapon’ that allows them to go foundation-free
Makeup lovers are using a ‘game-changing’ bronzing serum to give their complexions a radiant glow, without applying fake tan to the face.
‘Sunshine Drops’, from upscale beauty brand Drunk Elephant, promise to leave skin looking naturally sun-kissed thanks to the unrefined cocoa powder mixed through the liquid.
The $55 serum, which is exclusively available at Mecca in Australia, is enriched with powerful natural ingredients including virgin marula and blackcurrant seed oil which help to strengthen the skin’s natural barrier.
A concentrated blend of antioxidants and vitamin F – comprised of essential omega fats which support the immune system, blood pressure regulation and cell growth – protect skin against pollution, leaving it with a naturally radiant glow.
Women are using a $55 bronzing serum from Drunk Elephant (right) to give their complexions a radiant glow (left) without applying fake tan to the face
Customers are calling it a ‘secret weapon’ that allows them to go foundation-free
Flattering on ‘every complexion’, the cruelty and fragrance-free serum has garnered rave reviews from customers who say it has given them the confidence to step out without foundation.
‘One of my all-time favourites! I smirk when people compliment me on my ‘tan’ because I know that my D-Bronzi is doing the work of a European holiday without the price tag,’ one woman wrote.
A second called the serum her ‘secret weapon’ which she mixes into her foundation.
‘These are a game changer! I have constantly struggled to find the correct shade of foundation for when I am tanned, now I don’t have to I just add a drop or two of these to my foundation and voila,’ she said.
Users say the serum has given them the confidence to step out without foundation
Drunk Elephant (more products pictured) has long been one of the go-to skincare brands for celebrities and influencers
A third said the product had made her a convert to liquid bronzer, having used powder form for years.
Others hailed it as a ‘game-changing’ solution to putting fake tan on the face.
However some shoppers claimed the serum clogged their pores, causing their skin to break out with spots.
‘It broke me out like crazy, gave me shine (not glow) and intensified my redness. It’s a no for me,’ one woman wrote.