Thursday, July 30, 2009

Beautifully Saving Earth

I did a story on mood-lifting beauty products just over a month ago, and Jurlique was so nice to give me their Rosewater Balancing Mist to try. To those who are not familiar with Jurlique, it's a 20-year-old Australian company that uses "biodynamic farming methods to create products that nourish each individual's emerging beauty by restoring and maintaining healthy-looking skin." Made of natural ingredients, they're just about perfect for all skin types.

A whiff of this mist already puts me in a better mood, with its mixed scent of delicious marshmallow and fragrant rose essences. Both contribute to restoring, toning and hydrating your skin as well. The people from Jurlique also recommended that I store this in the fridge for an extra cooling effect.

Use it as a toner, and all throughout the day, if you like. I recommend that you try it before you purchase one of these tonics. The Jurlique stores in Greenbelt and Power Plant Mall have available testers for you :) You can even spritz on a few, and walk around as you wait for the "results" and go back and buy it if you like.

If you love the mist and are willing to try the whole skincare range, they have an introductory set, P3,998. It consists of a foaming cleanser, daily exfoliating cream, balancing mist, recovery gel, and day care cream. Jurlique gets extra brownie points for their packaging, as all of the boxes and cartons are 100% recyclable, too!

So, if this post got you curious about the brand, tomorrow is a great day to check out the goods—there's a private sale at their Greenbelt branch. Up to 70% off, from 6-9pm only! Grab this chance to buy your fave skincare products; it's also a great opportunity to try a few new ones. Do take note that the store will be slightly covered, but that doesn't mean that the sale is open only to their loyal VIP clienteles. Everyone can go in. So, do try to head out right after work. Or you can always go later to "do your research" first ;)

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