I've currently having a little love affair with Jurlique lately and I've been lucky to try more than my fair share of what the brand has on offer. The brand strive to create pure yet powerful skincare and to me they have succeeded, although I'm not on the natural bandwagon I find the ingredients that the brand do use in their products work well on my skin. We all know my penchant towards pretty packaging and those metal tubes make we swoon every time.
Two products that I've not stopped talking about recently is the Jurlique Fruit Enzyme Exfoliator* and the Calendula Redness Rescue Soothing Moisturising Cream*. My skin absolutely adores chemical exfoliants as they help with any blemishes or the scars they have left behind. Something similar to this is the REN Glycolactic Radiance Renewal Mask and I actually prefer the Jurlique offering as I find I see better results in a shorter amount of time. The moisturiser is one of the best beauty products I've tried in a long time, it really does help with redness in the skin but it gives such an amazing boost of hydration too.
I have a lot of rose products from the brand and they are some of the best floral fragranced products I've tried. Jen sent me the Rose Hand Cream and it lives on my desk as I find it the perfect mixture between hydrating whilst not being greasy in the slightest. I'm not fussy with what shower gel I use but I've been really enjoy the Rose Shower Gel* mostly for the fact it comes with a pump so it makes dispensing it really easy but it also very nourishing on the skin. The Rosewater Balancing Mist* is my current hydrating toner of choice and in combination with my beloved Pixi Glow Tonic it is really helping to keep my skin very balanced.
Another item that has been keeping my skin balanced is the Rose Moisture Plus Balancing Serum*, my skin leans more on the combination side so I can get a little dehydrated and this helps to balance out any dry patches especially. My skin just looks healthy when I've used this and works great in combination with the La Roche Posay Effalcar Duo +. I've not used a dedicated eye cream for months and months now and when the Wrinkle Softening Cream* came into my life I knew it would be perfect for just under the eyes. A small amount dabbed under the eye keeps the area hydrated but it doesn't make my concealer slip and slide either.
Some misses from the brand for me: Herbal Recovery Advanced Serum and Intense Recovery Mask.
Have you tried anything from Jurlique?