She's singing the praises of Drunk Elephant in her latest #BeautyJunkieWeek post.

By Faith Brar
July 26, 2019
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Drew Barrymore
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Drew Barrymore's beauty recommendations are always on-point. She's spilled the tea on just about every type of product you can imagine, including vitamin E oil, her go-to acne treatment, and even her favorite eye lubricant.

Now, the Flower Beauty founder is touting a skin-care product you'll definitely want to add to cart ASAP: Drunk Elephant's T.L.C Sukari Babyfacial (Buy It, $80,

The cleansing mask—which boasts four-star reviews on Amazon—is made with alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) and beta-hydroxy acid (BHA), both of which work to exfoliate the skin and get rid of dead cells. (See: Drunk Elephant Finally Launched a Retinol Cream)

"I see such instant results from this product," Barrymore said, praising the product in a recent Instagram video. "This baby facial mask literally [makes you] look like you are a baby by the time it's done. And what's interesting is when you see the pigment of the mask, it kind of actually looks a little bit like a tinted moisturizer." (Remember that time Drew Barrymore shared a cringe-worthy body-shaming experience?)

She then proceeded to wear the product before getting in the car to go to work. "I'm going go and use my 20-minute commute to work and wear this, and when I get there, I'm gonna wash it off, and I'm gonna look like a baby," she said. "So check this out, it works."

But before you follow in Barrymore's footsteps, Drunk Elephant's Babyfacial isn't something you want to wear while you're out and about under the sun. In case that wasn't made clear in Barrymore's video, Drunk Elephant shared the following disclaimer on its Instagram to clear things up: "Babyfacial is an AHA/BHA mask/peel that is to be used once-twice weekly as the directions state. We do not recommend wearing outdoors and, no matter what, always wear your sunscreen on your morning commute."