We Tried Every Product From Drunk Elephant’s New Hair & Body Range

Karina Hoshikawa

All the way back in November 2019, an entire lifetime ago, celebrity hairstylist Chris McMillan leaked the news of Drunk Elephant's upcoming body and hair-care line in the most Hollywood way possible: by using the new products on Jennifer Aniston. Now, four centuries — er, months — later, the collection has officially dropped, and it's enough to send diehard Drunk Elephant fans into a tizzy.

"It was incredibly important to us that our body and hair-care line contained the same care and innovation that has always been applied to our facial formulas," Tiffany Masterson, the brand's founder, tells Refinery29 of the new launches. "We didn’t skimp on beneficial ingredients or actives, because we feel that every inch of your skin — whether it's on your scalp or below the neck — deserves the same advanced formulary approach as your face."

Naturally, we had high hopes for the line, so we wasted no time in testing the seven new launches. Read our editors' unfiltered reviews, ahead.

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Cocomino Glossing Shampoo

"I was super excited to try this shampoo because, let's be honest, who doesn't want their hair to be glossy and mirror-like, right? Right off the bat, I was super into the texture of the shampoo: plush and gel-like, it just feels expensive. It's sulfate-free, so it doesn't lather or foam up much, which is great news for my warm reddish-brown highlights since I'm emotionally preparing to not see my colorist for months. I loved the gentle cleanse it gave, but I'll probably still reach for a clarifying shampoo when I need a more thorough wash." — Karina Hoshikawa, beauty and wellness market writer

Drunk Elephant Cocomino™ Glossing Shampoo, $, available at Sephora

Cocomino Marula Cream Conditioner

"First off, I love that this bottle looks like a jumbo version of B-Hydra serum, which is one of my favorite Drunk Elephant products. Secondly, I should preface this by saying that I have very thick hair due to my mixed Asian ethnicity, and thus demand a lot from my conditioner. I never apply conditioner to the roots to avoid losing volume, so if you have fine hair that tends to go limp, remember that a little goes a long way with this stuff! True to the name, the consistency was creamy and very hydrating. The vaguely sweet scent of both the shampoo and conditioner took some getting used to, but not using artificial fragrance — a mystery concoction of potentially toxic ingredients — is never a bad thing." — Hoshikawa

Drunk Elephant Cocomino™ Marula Cream Conditioner, $, available at Sephora

Wild Marula Tangle Spray

"As a fan of Drunk Elephant's face products, I had high expectations for the brand's extension into body and hair care. I have thick type-3A curls and deal with tangles every single wash, so the detangling spray stood out to me immediately. I found the mist on this didn't distribute enough — after spraying several times, I still didn't get enough product on my hair. The instructions suggest using this after washing on damp or towel-dried hair, but I style my curls in the shower while dripping wet, so I had to use it before the rest of my routine on wet strands. That said, when I treated it like a spot treatment for seriously tangled curls, it was much easier to run my fingers through them without losing lots of hair — which is always a real concern." — Thatiana Diaz, senior beauty writer

Drunk Elephant Wild Marula™ Tangle Spray, $, available at Sephora

T.L.C. Happi Scalp Scrub

"I've never used a scalp scrub before, but this one came at the perfect time: I was on week three of sew-in extensions before taking them down, and my scalp was unbearably itchy. I expected this to provide immediate relief and feel granular like the face and body scrubs I'm used to, but the sand-like texture proved different. It was easy to rinse out and didn't leave behind any residue, but I would have liked a more powerful cooling sensation. I can see someone with a sensitive scalp loving the gentle nature of this scrub." — Aimee Simeon, beauty writer

Drunk Elephant T.L.C. Happi Scalp™ Scrub, $, available at Sephora

Sweet Pitti Deodorant Cream

"When it comes to natural deodorants, I've tried it all. Drunk Elephant's cream version has the same sweet, soapy scent as the shampoo, conditioner, and body cleanser, but it wasn't so strong that it overpowers any fragrance I'm wearing. My favorite thing about the formula is how it feels: The cream is soothing on my underarms, with no stinging or burning sensation, which I've unfortunately experienced with other natural formulas. I swiped on the stuff before heading out for a brisk morning jog, but I'll have to see how it holds up in a sweat-dripping spin class once studios are open again." — Hoshikawa

Drunk Elephant Sweet Pitti™ Deodorant Cream, $, available at Sephora

Sili Body Lotion

"This is the perfect basic body lotion: deeply hydrating but lightweight, rich yet fast-absorbing, and completely, blissfully fragrance-free (it has a faint almond-y scent as it’s dispensed, but it dissipates once it’s on skin). I apply it straight out of the shower while my skin is still damp and it really feels like it’s locking in moisture without any greasiness or residue. Plus, at $20 for a whopping 8 oz, it’s a lot more reasonably priced than my other unscented go-to." — Rachel Krause, deputy beauty director

Drunk Elephant Sili™ Body Lotion, $, available at Sephora

Kamili Cream Body Cleanser

"If you imagine washing your skin below the neck with Cetaphil, then that's sort of what this body wash is like — it's unscented and feels very mild on skin. I loved how soft it made my skin feel post-shower. If you have sensitivity or eczema, it would be an amazing option for body wash that doesn't leave your skin feeling dry or tight." — Hoshikawa

Drunk Elephant Kamili™ Cream Body Cleanser, $, available at Sephora

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