Pop-Up shops are quite literally popping up all over the shop as we speak – and the latest to spring out of London’s epicentre is cult, 'clean-clinical' US skincare brand, Drunk Elephant, landing for two days as of now! 

Packaged as “serious skincare that doesn’t take itself too seriously,” Drunk Elephant stems from the myth that Virgin Marula Oil – a central ingredient to the range, and a favourite of founder Tiffany Masterson – has long been a means for elephants to get #DrunkInLove through munching on the marula fruit. Adding it to non-toxic actives (i.e. those void of silicones, fragrances, chemical sunscreens and all the bad stuff), and topical acids like lactic, salicylic and fatty, the brand prides itself on its biocompatible makeup, meaning, basically, that all products are highly absorbable and can be mixed and matched as you please (“mixing is the new layering,” says Tiffany) – think a skincare smoothie of moisturiser, serum and oil.

It wears its ‘cult-status’ badge for a damn good reason, so bypass the waiting list of 16,000 and make a dash for it to discover Drunk Elephant’s well-rounded skincare regimen in the flesh... 

Drunk Elephant pops up at 9-11 Short's Gardens, WC2H 9AT. Can’t wait? Click here to take a first look at the collection in Space NK's virtual pop-up shop.

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