A gentle soap-free shower gel, that leaves skin feeling soft and refreshed. It has a heavenly natural Rose fragrance that’s soothing to the senses.
Natural extracts of Aloe Leaf and Honey restore moisture to the skin, and are ideal for helping to smooth and rebalance dryness. This shower gel is free from soaps, sulphates and parabens, and contains no artificial colours or fragrances.
- Softens, cleanses and replenishes
- Rich in pure organic botanicals grown in South Australia
- Free from harsh chemicals
How To Use
Lather a generous amount onto damp skin before rinsing thoroughly. Follow with the matching Jurlique Body Lotion.
Silicones, Petrolatum, Mineral Oil, Paraffin Wax, PEGs, Synthetic Glycols, Parabens, Formaldehyde donors, GMOÕs, artificial colours.
We believe in preserving the integrity of nature. That’s why we harvest each plant by hand to extract its essence and deliver an undiluted force of nature to your skin.
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Jurlique Rose has been shown to improve the skin barrier function, helping to retain essential moisture levels within the skin for a dewy, smooth look, restoring skin radiance and smoothness.
a white flower with a yellow center
Chamomile is known to have hydrating and calming properties. It rebalances dryness and helps restore the skinÕs radiance and freshness. It can also help relax the body and mind.
a bee on a flower
Known for its bright yellow and orange flowers, Calendula has intense soothing properties and has been used to rebalance sensitivity on the skin and throughout the body.
How long cosmetics are fresh?
A shelf life of cosmetics depends on a period after opening and production date.
Period after opening (PAO). Some cosmetics should be used within a specified period of time after opening due to oxidation and microbiological factors. Their packaging has a drawing of an open jar, inside it, there is a number representing the number of months. In this example, it is 6 months of use after opening.
Production date. Unused cosmetics also lose their freshness and become dry. According to EU law, the manufacturer has to put the expiration date only on cosmetics whose shelf life is less than 30 months. The most common periods of suitability for use from the date of manufacture:
Perfumes with alcohol – about 5 years
Skin care cosmetics – minimum 3 years
Makeup cosmetics – from 3 years (mascara) to more than 5 years (powders)
The shelf life may vary depending on the manufacturer.
CheckFresh.com reads the date of production from the batch code.