To get myself off to a fresh start each week, I take time every Sunday to give myself a soothing facial. Lately, I’ve been exfoliating with Jurlique Fruit Enzyme Exfoliator.
Jurlique Fruit Enzyme Exfoliator is free of parabens, PEGs, artificial colors and fragrances and sodium lauryl sulfate. Get Jurlique Fruit Enzyme Exfoliator for $45 online. Photo Courtesy Jurlique.
Jurlique Fruit Enzyme Exfoliator is a fruit-based exfoliating mask made with natural enzymes and extracts from Australia. The biodynamic blend of fruit acids, alpha hydroxy acids and organic ingredients slough away dead skin cells to reveal renewed, fresh skin that is soft and lush.
Jurlique Fruit Enzyme Exfoliator contains amazing Australian super fruits, grown on a biodynamic Jurlique farm, that abound with vitamins and minerals that revitalize and repair tired skin. Some of the more interesting super fruits to note in Jurlique Fruit Enzyme Exfoliator include quandong, a desert peach which is high in vitamin C and fatty acids; desert lime, another fruit high in vitamin C; and acacia (wattle), which acts as a gentle yet effective exfoliant.
Other pure ingredients in Jurlique Fruit Enzyme Exfoliator include sugar cane, lemon, orange and apple to brighten and tone skin; prickly pear stem and green tea leaf hydrate and firm skin. Jurlique Fruit Enzyme Exfoliator is loaded with the good stuff!
My skin always feels refreshed and renewed after using Jurlique Fruit Enzyme Exfoliator. Though the bottle says it can be used two to three times a week, I save this for my Sunday “skin day” because Jurlique Fruit Enzyme Exfoliator contains natural alpha hydroxyl acids that can increase sun sensitivity (even though I do wear sunscreen every day, even in winter and early spring!). I also enjoy keeping it to just once a week because you can really see the difference using it after a week of exposing your skin to the elements. Plus, it’s nice to look forward to a Sunday at-home facial to start the week off right!
Do you have any Sunday (or any day!) beauty rituals? What are your favorite natural facial masks and exfoliants? Tell me about them in the comments section.