Jurlique is one of those cult Australian skincare brands that utilizes pure, natural-based/botanical ingredients in each and every one of their formulations. Each product in their range uses the power of plants to both help the skin but also to invigorate the senses - there is no doubt that each and every product smells amazing. One of the most unique things about the Jurlique range is that each and every ingredient is intimately considered and harvested from the Jurlique Farm in the unspoiled Adelaide Hills in the south of Australia. Each ingredient is harvested from their most powerful state and is then combined into each unique skincare formulation.
Recently, I was kindly sent each product from the new Jurlique Botanical Cleansers range to test out. As many of you know, I am real cleanser junkie, so this new release was really exciting for me. I have never really used any of the Jurlique cleansers in the past and I have to admit that some of these cleansers have been making a regular appearance in my skincare routines as they have been so enjoyable to use - in both its texture and scent.
As I haven't had these cleansers for too long and have had a few questions as to how I am finding them, along with questions on pH etc, I thought I would do a quick first impressions post and include my pH findings for each of these new beauties.Read More