Skin relief is coming: Drunk Elephant Bora Barrier™ Repair Cream is designed to guarantee 24-hour hydration

The beloved brand Drunk Elephant releases a new repair cream that is intended to eliminate discomfort and provide the skin with long-lasting hydration. Is this what we've been waiting for?
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Dry skin with a damaged protective barrier requires special moisturizing care. Will the new Drunk Elephant Bora Barrier™ Repair Cream ? In recent days, it has been heavily promoted in the online media as guaranteeing up to 24-hour hydration , strengthening the natural protective barrier for up to 8 hours after application , improving skin firmness and reducing the visibility of wrinkles. We are waiting for it to go on sale.

Drunk Elephant Bora Barrier™ Repair Cream face cream
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Drunk Elephant Bora Barrier™ Repair Cream – what does it say?

Care was taken to ensure that the cream had a rich formula. It contains, among others , glucosyl ceramides, beta-sitosterols and zinc and copper salts . They activate the synthesis of collagen, hyaluronic acid and lipids in the skin, strengthening its protective barrier and improving elasticity .

The formula is intended to deeply moisturize the skin and reduce redness. It is vegan and cruelty-free, does not contain essential oils, fragrances and silicones.

The premiere of Drunk Elephant Bora Barrier™ Repair Cream is coming soon. It will initially be available in the Drunk Elephant store (available for Canada and the US). It should also appear in Sephora perfumeries, but only after December 12, 2023 .

The brand has announced the release dates of the cream in individual parts of the world on InstaStories on Instagram. For example:

  • in the USA, Canada and Hong Kong, the product should be available in December,
  • in the UK or Mexico, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia and Korea – in January 2024,
  • in Europe and the Middle East, as well as in the Ulta store - in February 2024,
  • in Australia and New Zealand – in March 2024,
  • and in Brazil – only in May 2024.
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