For the ﬁrst time Jurlique has an entry price of $35 with Lavender Mini Treats (valued at $43.70): Lavender Hand Cream, 40ml and Lavender Hydrating Mist, 30ml. And then there’s the top of the range Ultimate Face and Body Collection containing nine full-size face and body products for a complete regime of natural beauty, $420 (valued at $602). On counter 2nd October 2017. Available from Jurlique stores, leading department stores, selected pharmacies and Sephora.
“This time of the year is all about creating moments with loved ones. It is also the time of year where we get the opportunity to unwind and rejuvenate before the next year rolls around. Jurlique has always advocated the importance of taking time out to give our skin that extra bit of tender, loving care”, Ann Donohue, General Manager, Jurlique Australia.
With a range carefully picked by the Jurlique team you can spoil loved ones or be spoilt with the best of nature’s wonders. If you are looking for a present to impress a Jurlique veteran, you can’t go past the Ultimate Face and Body Collection, which is ﬁlled with Jurlique’s most-loved products, including the customer favourite, Skin Balancing Face Oil (50ml). Or if you are looking for something new to try, Jurlique’s New Body Shower Gels and Body Lotions are featured in both the Body Indulgence and Rose Favourites Sets. With Jurlique’s Online Gift Guide, choosing the right gift this year has never been easier. Whether it be a gift for a loved one, a Chrissy Kringle present for a co-worker or even just a treat for yourself, Jurlique has made the choice between so many incredible gift packs a simple one.
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Innovation might be the most loved buzzword in the beauty industry. But marketing keeps repeating itself. The end of World War II ushered in the modern consumer age and every new generation since has been targeted as the next big thing. That’s a logical move, of course, but each and every time an over-emphasis on youth has been shown to have limitations. It’s ironic that the word Youthquake was nominated as the word of the year for 2017 because it first surfaced in the 1960s to refer to the consumer impact of then-young Baby Boomers.