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Thursday, 30 July 2015

Jurlique Moisture Replenishing Day Cream Review

Jurlique Moisture Replenishing Day Cream Review
Jurlique Moisture Replenishing Day Cream Review

When I was given the opportunity to test out this Jurlique Moisture Replenishing Day Cream* several weeks back, I was very curious about how the results would pan out. Australian skincare brand Jurlique has been on my ‘must try’ list for quite some time now, and I’ve read nothing but positive reviews, but their not-too-tiny product prices were scary to say the least. So you can bet that after being kindly sent their moisturiser to review, I was intrigued as to whether the results could meet my expectations or – more importantly – their price point.

Jurlique’s Moisture Replenishing Day Cream* is the big daddy of moisturisers. It’s thick. Real thick. Thicker than any other I’ve tried. When I initially tested it out I thought it would be too heavy for my combination skin type, and at first it was, but that’s because I was slathering it on like my skin had never met water. I quickly learnt from my mistakes and realised that you only need the teeny tiniest amount of it for it to seriously moisturise your entire face. It contains shea butter, avocado oil, jojoba oil and also beeswax, which means it feels a little more waxy than other moisturisers, but it’s also what keeps your skin’s moisture locked in for longer. It's hard to put my finger on what it smells like exactly, but I'd say some sort of pleasant floral musk? 

I know it’s called Moisture Replenishing Day Cream, but for my combination skin this super-strength moisturiser is most definitely an intensive night cream. It’s great for spot applying to dry patches or all over the décolletage (I've always wanted to say that) after cleansing in the evening, meaning you wake up to super soft and hydrated skin. I can’t wait to have this in my skincare arsenal come winter time when my skin is in need of some intense moisturisation.

You can pick this up for £29 for 40ml or £56 for 125ml. You're right, it ain't cheap, but I'd definitely say you only need to purchase the smaller size to have a fantastic moisturiser that'll last you for ages. If you have very dry skin I'd say you've gotta give it a go! Have you tried anything from Jurlique before?


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Thursday, 30 July 2015

Jurlique Moisture Replenishing Day Cream Review

Jurlique Moisture Replenishing Day Cream Review
Jurlique Moisture Replenishing Day Cream Review

When I was given the opportunity to test out this Jurlique Moisture Replenishing Day Cream* several weeks back, I was very curious about how the results would pan out. Australian skincare brand Jurlique has been on my ‘must try’ list for quite some time now, and I’ve read nothing but positive reviews, but their not-too-tiny product prices were scary to say the least. So you can bet that after being kindly sent their moisturiser to review, I was intrigued as to whether the results could meet my expectations or – more importantly – their price point.

Jurlique’s Moisture Replenishing Day Cream* is the big daddy of moisturisers. It’s thick. Real thick. Thicker than any other I’ve tried. When I initially tested it out I thought it would be too heavy for my combination skin type, and at first it was, but that’s because I was slathering it on like my skin had never met water. I quickly learnt from my mistakes and realised that you only need the teeny tiniest amount of it for it to seriously moisturise your entire face. It contains shea butter, avocado oil, jojoba oil and also beeswax, which means it feels a little more waxy than other moisturisers, but it’s also what keeps your skin’s moisture locked in for longer. It's hard to put my finger on what it smells like exactly, but I'd say some sort of pleasant floral musk? 

I know it’s called Moisture Replenishing Day Cream, but for my combination skin this super-strength moisturiser is most definitely an intensive night cream. It’s great for spot applying to dry patches or all over the décolletage (I've always wanted to say that) after cleansing in the evening, meaning you wake up to super soft and hydrated skin. I can’t wait to have this in my skincare arsenal come winter time when my skin is in need of some intense moisturisation.

You can pick this up for £29 for 40ml or £56 for 125ml. You're right, it ain't cheap, but I'd definitely say you only need to purchase the smaller size to have a fantastic moisturiser that'll last you for ages. If you have very dry skin I'd say you've gotta give it a go! Have you tried anything from Jurlique before?


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