A Fruity, Jurlique Exfoliation

| 30 January , 2010 | 1 Reply

With natural ingredients like Australian super fruits, natural enzymes, natural alpha hydroxyl acids, Indigenous plant extracts and goodies from the Jurlique farm, Jurlique\’s fruit enzyme exfoliator, really comes straight from the womb of Mother Nature – so you know it\’s going to be good for you. This fruit-based exfoliator is a truly high performing treatment that gently exfoliates the skin, leaving it refreshed and clear.

Indigenous Australians have known the benefits of Australia\’s natural bounty for thousands of years, consuming desert fruits for their nutritional and medicinal values. They contain vitamins, minerals, fruit acids and phytosterols to help enrich, moisturise and help protect the skin. These fruits are sustainably harvested without degradation to the environment, so you can feel twice as good about using this product.

Some of the fruits you\’ll come across in this fruity concoction include Quandong, also known as “wild or desert peach”. Quandong Extract is high in Vitamin C and essential fatty acids to help improve the complexion of skin. The fruit acids assist with gentle exfoliation.

Desert Lime is rich in Vitamin C, which works as an antioxidant to promote youthful looking skin and its fruit acids also assist with gentle exfoliation.  Acacia wattle, which produces Australia\’s national flower, is used for its papery seedpods as a gentle exfoliant.

Other ingredients borrowed from Mother Nature include Pumpkin Enzyme, Sugar Cane, Lemon, Orange and Apple to help improve dull complexions and the overall health of your skin. There\’s also Willow Bark extract, Prickly Pear Stem, Green Tea Leaf, as well as natural Alpla Hydroxy Acids, Lactic, Malic and Citric Acids. Each ingredient plays a vital role to leave you with refreshingly, beautiful skin.

What it doesn\’t have is Parabens, PEGs, Artificial Colours, Artificial fragrances or Sodium Lauryl Sulfate. And because of the inclusion of Totarol, a natural plant extract, sustainably extracted from recycled fence posts made decades ago out of the New Zealand Totara tree, it has broad-spectrum anti-bacterial and anti-fungal activity.

Review:  I’ve been using this product for the past week or so and I am a fan.  I love how it tingles on your skin very lightly so it feels like it’s working it’s medicinal wonders without stinging the crap out of it.  The result is skin looking refreshed with a glow about it!  It wasn’t too strong, I have sensitive spots on my face and they didn’t sting so that was a big thumbs up for me.  We must remember when we AHA those dead skin cells away to make sure our skin is even more protected from the sun, this is very important!  And even more of a bonus, it’s Australian made!

For a taste of this fruity, facial treatment cocktail visit your local department store, pharmacy or www.jurlique.com.au. It is available now for around $50.

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  1. Tammerly says:

    I lurve Jurlique and I am digging the sound of this! I might have to dash out to the shops!

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