“It is impossible to manufacture pure
skincare, that’s why we grow it instead.”
– Jurlique Founder Ulrike Klein
Did you know, Jurlique has their own farm located in the Adelaide Hills of South Australia, growing over 35 different varieties of plants and flowers? Among them are lavender, rose, marshmallow, licorice and calendula which provide the potent blends within all Jurlique products.
I found my way to my very first purchase from them on one fine Saturday evening. A Sandalwood Hand Wash (S$38), a Moisture Replenishing Mask (S$140), a Chamomile Soothing Mist (S$60), a Body Exfoliating Gel (S$70) and 2 products for my little niece.
The Moisture Replenishing Mask certainly ain’t cheap. It’s a gentle purifying mask, rich in the living energy of soothing groomwell and sichuan peppercorn to clarify, hydrate and soothe. Leaves delicate skin feeling soft, pure and revitalised.
It has a rich, foamy clay base packed with minerals and natural ingredients. Feels refreshed and hydrated after masking.
I also tried Body Exfoliating Gel despite my peeling skin. It’s a skin smoothing exfoliating gel for the body, rich in herbal antioxidants and gentle walnut-shell to lift away dead skin cells and impurities to reveal smooth, soft and more radiant skin.
This is the first time I am trying a gel exfoliator. It is very different from all other scrubs I have used before. This one felt as tho there is no base, mainly beads, if you know what I mean. But of course, it’s bonded by a clear gel base. It doesn’t foam up or anything but it leaves my skin feeling soft and smooth. It’s a very clean scrub.
Have you tried any products by Jurlique before?