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Pamper your skin type—naturally

There’s something so luxurious about trying out a new skincare line, especially if you don’t have to pay an arm and a leg to do so. We think the Jurlique Skincare Introductory Kit is an affordable way to get familiar with this company and their natural beauty products. One of the wonderful things about Jurlique’s products is that they’re made from hand-picked organic herbs and flowers, making your skin soft and smooth without any harsh chemicals or funky smells. Jurlique uses biodynamic, sustainable farming methods to grow their ingredients on a 165-acre farm in South Australia, from lavender to licorice. (Hmm, wonder if they offer tours?) Each Introductory Kit is designed specifically for a particular skin type, so it’s easy to find the products that will work best for you. The kits include sample sizes of facial cleanser, facial mist, gel, and daily moisturizer—made to address your unique skin issues, and all packaged up in a special container. Jurlique’s Skincare Kit is definitely a smart buy for anyone looking to enjoy a new suite of beauty products, and if you can bear to part with one, it makes a fantastic gift, too.

Jurlique

Biodynamic Skincare

Pamper your skin type—naturally

There’s something so luxurious about trying out a new skincare line, especially if you don’t have to pay an arm and a leg to do so. We think the Jurlique Skincare Introductory Kit is an affordable way to get familiar with this company and their natural beauty products. One of the wonderful things about Jurlique’s products is that they’re made from hand-picked organic herbs and flowers, making your skin soft and smooth without any harsh chemicals or funky smells. Jurlique uses biodynamic, sustainable farming methods to grow their ingredients on a 165-acre farm in South Australia, from lavender to licorice. (Hmm, wonder if they offer tours?) Each Introductory Kit is designed specifically for a particular skin type, so it’s easy to find the products that will work best for you. The kits include sample sizes of facial cleanser, facial mist, gel, and daily moisturizer—made to address your unique skin issues, and all packaged up in a special container. Jurlique’s Skincare Kit is definitely a smart buy for anyone looking to enjoy a new suite of beauty products, and if you can bear to part with one, it makes a fantastic gift, too.

Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Charlotte
    Charlotte

    Greetings from Australia! World renowned for our luxurious textures and sensorial natural beauty products, the Biodynamic blends in Jurlique’s high-performance skincare range represent the next step beyond organic beauty.

    Sustainably grown on our own Biodynamic Farm in the unpolluted environment of the Adelaide Hills of South Australia, Jurlique observes the strictest standards in the growth, development, and sourcing of all the ingredients that go into our award winning products to ensure the highest nutrient value and quality for the most transforming skin benefits.

    We invite you to try our introductory skincare kit -- and let us know what you think! I look forward to reading your comments and am happy to answer your questions.

  • Jules
    Jules – Grommet Team
    5/29/2009 12:19 PM

    I didn't mention in the video that Jurlique grows 150 different herbs and flowers to make its skincare line. It's really important to know this....I assume most of what I buy in CVS is made from vats of industrial chemicals. When you smell Jurlique and feel what it does for your skin, you know something different is in the product. It's all those hand-picked flowers.

  • Lisa
    Lisa
    5/29/2009 5:52 PM

    I wish I could smell this! It sounds great.

  • Barbara
    Barbara – Grommet Team
    5/29/2009 6:06 PM

    I also tried the Jurlique products and love the way they made my skin feel. The lavender fragrance I tried was wonderful and then some -- definitely pepped me up in the morning (and who doesn't need a little morning pep...or a lot of morning pep in my case) ...

  • Sue
    Sue
    5/31/2009 10:18 AM

    I like the idea of using natural products on my skin. I take care with the foods that I eat, it makes sense to do the same with my skin.

  • Diane
    Diane
    5/31/2009 11:55 AM

    You have to try the products! I have used for about 1 year and am now a firm believer in

    nature vs chemo products!

  • Michele
    Michele
    5/31/2009 10:18 PM

    Hi, this looks interesting. Is there any alcohol in the products?

  • Charlotte
    Charlotte – Special Guest
    6/1/2009 10:54 AM

    Hi Michele, thanks for your question. Jurlique uses a small amount of alcohol in our formulations. In small amounts, alcohol has excellent benefits. Alcohol can improve the solubility of skin care ingredients and thus also can improve the efficacy of a given ingredient. Alcohol also helps to deliver the essential oils to the skin and it enables some ingredients to better dissolve within a formulation. In small quantities alcohol is one of the many ingredients that can contribute to a more effective delivery of key ingredients to the skin, giving effective results for customers. I hope this answers your question!

  • Lauren
    Lauren
    4/11/2010 10:47 PM

    I disagree. As the second ingredient in such products as the "hydrating" mists, alcohol is used in considerable amounts in these products. I really really want to enjoy Jurlique products...packaging is beautiful, smells great, but why can't they remove the alcohol? I emailed customer support in hopes of learning that the alcohol used is a cetearyl or cetyl alcohol rather than that drying ethanol. I emailed customer service and was told that the alcohol helps to distribute the essential oils (uhh, so, there are dozens of other non-drying chemicals we could use to do this) and that it is derived from naturally fermented sugar cane (who cares, this is what makes ethanol - pure, skins drying and damaging ethanol). Those scientists would really help me out if they would just get rid of the alcohol. it is (derived from fermented sugar cane)

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    4/11/2010 11:11 PM

    @Lauren - thanks for stopping by with your perspective! We will convey your feedback to Charlotte.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

Jurlique

Biodynamic Skincare

Pamper your skin type—naturally

There’s something so luxurious about trying out a new skincare line, especially if you don’t have to pay an arm and a leg to do so. We think the Jurlique Skincare Introductory Kit is an affordable way to get familiar with this company and their natural beauty products.

One of the wonderful things about Jurlique’s products is that they’re made from hand-picked organic herbs and flowers, making your skin soft and smooth without any harsh chemicals or funky smells. Jurlique uses biodynamic, sustainable farming methods
to grow their ingredients on a 165-acre farm in South Australia, from lavender to licorice. (Hmm, wonder if they offer tours?)

Each Introductory Kit is designed specifically for a particular skin type, so it’s easy to find the products that will work best for you. The kits include sample sizes of facial cleanser, facial mist, gel, and daily moisturizer—made to address your unique skin issues, and all packaged up in a special container. Jurlique’s Skincare Kit is definitely a smart buy for anyone looking to enjoy a new suite of beauty products, and if you can bear to part with one, it makes a fantastic gift, too.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Charlotte
    Charlotte

    Greetings from Australia! World renowned for our luxurious textures and sensorial natural beauty products, the Biodynamic blends in Jurlique’s high-performance skincare range represent the next step beyond organic beauty.

    Sustainably grown on our own Biodynamic Farm in the unpolluted environment of the Adelaide Hills of South Australia, Jurlique observes the strictest standards in the growth, development, and sourcing of all the ingredients that go into our award winning products to ensure the highest nutrient value and quality for the most transforming skin benefits.

    We invite you to try our introductory skincare kit -- and let us know what you think! I look forward to reading your comments and am happy to answer your questions.

  • Jules
    Jules – Grommet Team
    5/29/2009 12:19 PM

    I didn't mention in the video that Jurlique grows 150 different herbs and flowers to make its skincare line. It's really important to know this....I assume most of what I buy in CVS is made from vats of industrial chemicals. When you smell Jurlique and feel what it does for your skin, you know something different is in the product. It's all those hand-picked flowers.

  • Lisa
    Lisa
    5/29/2009 5:52 PM

    I wish I could smell this! It sounds great.

  • Barbara
    Barbara – Grommet Team
    5/29/2009 6:06 PM

    I also tried the Jurlique products and love the way they made my skin feel. The lavender fragrance I tried was wonderful and then some -- definitely pepped me up in the morning (and who doesn't need a little morning pep...or a lot of morning pep in my case) ...

  • Sue
    Sue
    5/31/2009 10:18 AM

    I like the idea of using natural products on my skin. I take care with the foods that I eat, it makes sense to do the same with my skin.

  • Diane
    Diane
    5/31/2009 11:55 AM

    You have to try the products! I have used for about 1 year and am now a firm believer in

    nature vs chemo products!

  • Michele
    Michele
    5/31/2009 10:18 PM

    Hi, this looks interesting. Is there any alcohol in the products?

  • Charlotte
    Charlotte – Special Guest
    6/1/2009 10:54 AM

    Hi Michele, thanks for your question. Jurlique uses a small amount of alcohol in our formulations. In small amounts, alcohol has excellent benefits. Alcohol can improve the solubility of skin care ingredients and thus also can improve the efficacy of a given ingredient. Alcohol also helps to deliver the essential oils to the skin and it enables some ingredients to better dissolve within a formulation. In small quantities alcohol is one of the many ingredients that can contribute to a more effective delivery of key ingredients to the skin, giving effective results for customers. I hope this answers your question!

  • Lauren
    Lauren
    4/11/2010 10:47 PM

    I disagree. As the second ingredient in such products as the "hydrating" mists, alcohol is used in considerable amounts in these products. I really really want to enjoy Jurlique products...packaging is beautiful, smells great, but why can't they remove the alcohol? I emailed customer support in hopes of learning that the alcohol used is a cetearyl or cetyl alcohol rather than that drying ethanol. I emailed customer service and was told that the alcohol helps to distribute the essential oils (uhh, so, there are dozens of other non-drying chemicals we could use to do this) and that it is derived from naturally fermented sugar cane (who cares, this is what makes ethanol - pure, skins drying and damaging ethanol). Those scientists would really help me out if they would just get rid of the alcohol. it is (derived from fermented sugar cane)

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    4/11/2010 11:11 PM

    @Lauren - thanks for stopping by with your perspective! We will convey your feedback to Charlotte.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.