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When the springtime skincare shake-up arrived on our radars (it’d been pencilled into the Aesthetic calendar for months, don’t ya know?), our first port of call was Jurlique. A South Australian brand, Jurlique has over 25 years of experience in creating natural, bio-organic skincare that is equally as aesthetically pleasing. We like…

Jurlique unearths the potential in nature and meshes it with science to create and develop their Bio-Intrinsic process for the purest skincare around. For a reviving, fresh and radiance improving routine, we’ve got the range edited down…

Begin with the Replenishing Cleansing Lotion, a cleanser formulated to counteract dryness. Its silky texture is perfect for a lighter skincare routine, with calendula properties that help to nourish the skin throughout the day whilst balancing, softening and restoring the skin. Follow up with the Intense Recovery Mask, a restorative mask for age prevention. This mask boasts green clay which helps to absord impurities and rebalance oilness. With the onslaught of warmer weather, it’s time to think ahead and combat future skincare issues.

A handbag and bathroom essential throughout the spring and summer months, the Purely Bright Mist comes from Jurlique’s latest specialist range. This radiance boosting and restorative mist features VitaBrightKX to reduce skin imperfections, even out the skintone and improve radiance. As with most mists, it’s perfect for freshening up the skin throughout the day, helping to keep make-up looking dewy and natural, or even to be used in place of make-up for that glowing look.

Finally, complete your routine with the Balancing Day Care Cream. This choice is perfect for all occasions and temperatures, aiding the balance of skin moisture and help increase elasticity for a younger appearance. We particularly like this cream for its properties that help to protect against environmental aggressors. Londoners, this product is literally speaking to you…

Michelle Chai is a self-confessed colour avoider, avid coffee enthusiast, multi-tasker extraordinaire and, by night, a regular fashion blogger at Daisybutter. She edits Aesthetic (both online and print) and really enjoys her ongoing quest for the perfect knit. FYI, this one came close to nabbing the title.

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