Saturday, 5 September 2015

JURLIQUE ROSE FACIAL MIST



The question I ask about this purchase is why?
Why did I buy a product that smells of roses, when if truth be known I don't like the floral aspect of skincare or fragrance, especially soft feminine hits of rose.




As ever the world of beauty tempts and brands hover in my peripheral vision and eventually almost always make it to my 'need to know more' for any brands that I haven't been acquainted with.
Jurlique has existed on my list for at least 18 months, other brands have elbowed their way in front and poor Jurlique has been left to gather dust.
Now, I have rectified this rudeness and finally invested in the much acclaimed Rosewater facial mist - I was spoilt for choice with a great selection for hydration, purifying, age defying and calming - all in fragrances I would much prefer. However balancing of the skin is always a good thing in my book and as this is the facial mist I see more often reviewed and raved about I felt 'the need' to check it out.

The Product

  • A refreshing mist
  • Hydrates and balances the skin using it's seed to skin process packing a blend of five precious ingredients into this bottle of skincare spritz, including Rose Gallica & Rose Damascena.
  • Rose extracts are grown on Jurlique's own farm in Australia.
  • Conditions and restores the skins moisture 
  • Anti-oxidant protection from environmental damage. 

Ingredients

  • Aqua (Water), SD Alcohol 40-A (Alcohol Denat.), Glycerin,Polyglyceryl-10 Laurate, Rosa Gallica Flower Extract, Rosa Canina Fruit Extract, Hibiscus Rosa-Sinensis Extract, Rosa Centifolia Flower Extract, Rosa Multiflora Fruit Extract, Fragrance/Parfum*, Althaea Officinalis Root Extract, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Seed Extract, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Geraniol*, Linalool*,Citronellol*, Eugenol*, Benzyl Benzoate*. *From Natural Essential Oil (Rose -Rosa Centifolia & Rosa Damascena).

Pout Thoughts:


  • I adore opaque packaging, it just suits the whole image of this brand and the product, clinical but bathroom friendly, simple yet photogenic, plastic lid but a heavy glass vessel of a balancing rosewater mist works not only on the skin but is pleasant on the eye. 
  • Depressing the spray you hit the face with a mist that lands like snowflakes on wet ground, it sits there looking & feeling magical and then gradually dissolves before the eyes, gently. This mist feels so soothing and relaxing, ultra fine it almost tingles as it dissipates. 
  • I have to mention the Rosewater, 'Everything's Coming Up Roses', it certainly is and there is no getting away from the smell that for me immediately makes me think of elderly ladies with handkerchiefs and antimacassars on their armchairs. It also triggered a memory of a body care set I received many Christmases ago that was Rose based, shower gel, soap, shampoo, fragrance and I loathed it then and still do. I just do not like the floral hit of this skincare mist. The product feels wonderful, the smell stops me loving it as much as I should. 
  • As much as I love the added skincare extra with facial mists, not only do they immediately relax me but they help balance my skin. 
  • I also love the aspect of freshening my makeup through the day, I decant whichever facial mist is currently my 'in thing' and it sits in my handbag waiting to be released from it's leather prison and spritzed in a heavy handed fashion, if you ever sit behind me on a bus I apologise now, I spritz with abandon and not a thought for person also benefiting from my skincare routine. 
  • I love the feel of this product and will be looking at the other mists in the range, I love that this balances my see-saw skin and hydrates  but the Rosewater just makes me think grannies (nothing wrong with grannies, although mine could have fitted well into Salem!)
  • Definitely a brand I want to explore further, love the packaging and my skin loves the product. 
  • Jurlique you are a lovely find. 








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