Jurlique are a natural skincare brand with a difference. Hailing from Australia, they grow the majority of their product ingredients on their farm in the Adelaide Hills and do so using a biodynamic farming method. Their growing practices are organic, biodynamic, sustainable and concentrate on enriching the soil rather than depleting it. Biodynamic farming goes further than traditional organic practices and actually uses the cycles of the planets, moon, sun and stars to help plan their farming activities, creating optimal conditions for the plants to thrive. Jurlique’s extensive skincare range has recently launched into fourteen Marks & Spencer beauty halls across the UK, and the Rose Moisture Plus Cream
Mask is a firm favourite of mine. The perfect solution for dry or
dehydrated skin, the Jurlique Rose Moisture Plus Cream Mask is rich in essential
fatty acids and contains rosehip, macadamia and avocado oils to
help re-hydrate dry skin, making it feel softer and look plumper.
You can use the mask either as a 10 minute quick hydration fix, or as
an overnight treatment. Simply apply a thin layer of the mask and allow
it to work its magic. You can wash it off with a warm flannel after 10
minutes if you prefer, or instead leave it on overnight to sink-in
deeper for a
more intensive treatment. I love to leave the mask on
overnight for an extra moisture hit; I wake up in the morning with baby
soft, super hydrated skin
and I swear that the fine lines that are just starting to appear around
my mouth look a little less obvious. The mask is great used once or
twice a week, and I often use it after a clarifying clay mask as a mini
facial at home. The mask retails at £32.50 for 100ml, which is quite a
generous size – used once weekly, a single tube should easily last you
around 3 months. Sometimes it’s worth spending a little more on a staple
product and in this case, I firmly believe it’s thirty quid well spent.
The Jurlique Rose Moisture Plus Cream Mask costs £32.50 and is available online, as well as in M&S beauty and Space NK.
Written by Kat Clark