I have a penchant for floral scents so products from Jurlique are something I enjoy. So much so that even before I started this account, I already have the Rosewater Balancing Mist – one in my house and one in the office.
They sent over the newly formulated products from the Moisture Plus Rare Rose Collection, which promises to hydrate and rebalance the skin. They all use the jurlique rose flower extract, which is grown and hand-harvested in the brand’s organic farm in the south australian hills
Using dwarf lilyturf root extract, the Moisture Plus Rare Rose Serum ($64) aims to hydrate, restore, smooth, and plump the skin. This has a light but creamy consistency. It feels so silky and luxurious when applied to the skin, which I really enjoy. It has a watery and silky slip and gives off a dewy finish. It does feel a bit hydrating on the skin but I noticed its plumping benefits more.
The Moisture Plus Rare Rose Lotion ($60) uses prickly pear extract to hydrate, soothe, and protect the skin. Similar to the serum, this feels so luxe. It’s lightweight and it feels creamy on the skin but it dries matte. It leaves the skin feeling plump and soft.
Aiming to hydrate, refresh, rebalance, and protect the skin, the Moisture Plus Rare Rose Gel Cream ($60) uses mastic gum. This is one of the lightest feeling gel moisturizers I’ve tried. I think the silky finish adds to it but it just really feels good applying this to my skin. It’s also watery but it dries matte, which absolutely works for my oily skin.
These three products helps in hydrating my skin but what I really like about them is how good they feel when applied. The cloud-like, silky finish feel so good on my skin. They also leave my skin plump and dewy the morning after. On cold nights, I use all three but when my skin is feeling fine, I just use the Moisture Plus Rare Rose Serum and the Moisture Plus Rare Rose Gel Cream in my night routine. They all have that rosy scent, which you know I’m all for.
The Jurlique Moisture Plus Rare Rose Collection were provided by @jurliqueusa and blndpr. Available at jurlique.com