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Tuesday, August 07, 2012

Jurlique Rosewater Balancing Mist

Jurlique-Rosewater-Balancing-MistI’m a big fan of the JURLIQUE line. Each product I’ve tried has been good and there’s just something reassuring about knowing that they personally grow the majority of the ingredients in their own backyard in Australia.

The timing of this next one was perfect since it’s been a tad on the hot side lately. Their Rosewater Balancing Mist has been tucked inside my bag since I got it last week since its ideal for cooling down and hydrating the skin without messing with my makeup. It’s made for normal/combo skin and contains Marshmallow and glycerin as well as rosewater, aloe and grapefruit seed. And it has such a nice delicate rose scent to it. $22/3.3oz @

The line has quite a few other face mists like the Purely Bright Mist ($34/3.3oz), which contains their VITABRIGHTKX to help with an uneven skin tone. Could the future of our face fixers all be coming to us in the forms of mists?

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Jurlique Fruit Enzyme Exfoliator

Jurlique-Fruit-Enzyme-Exfoliator-3 There are two types of exfoliators – manual with physical molecules and chemical like this next one. JURLIQUE Fruit Enzyme Exfoliator ($45/1.7oz @ is fruit-based and uses a native Australian Desert Fruit Complex (you wouldn’t recognize the names of them if I listed them here as a few of them sound more like rare animals from the outback!), and pumpkin enzymes among others to clarify the skin and improve its texture. And because fruit contains natural alpha hydroxy enzymes and citric acid, it promotes cell turnover. Out with the old and in with the new!


And the absolute best part about this is that it doesn’t require any work on your part, as in, no scrubbing, which I always worry about over scrubbing. Just apply a thin layer on the face, neck and décolletage, avoiding the eyes, leave on for 5 minutes and rinse. On a whole, I seem to come across what I consider the manual ones than the chemical ones and this one was a nice change of pace.


And I got to pay attention to this line. Did you know that a lot of the ingredients that are in their products are harvested right on their Southern Australian farm? They grow over 35 different varieties of plants and flowers that they then use in the products. How often can a line say this?


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