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Embrace the new year with radiant skin

13 Jan 2022

Make 2022 the year you take time to nurture your skin naturally with Exclusive Edition Rose Body Oil from Jurlique.

In 2022, Jurlique is thrilled to partner with an artist who embodies our philosophy of working in harmony with nature to show its beauty and magnitude. Meet our featured artist Raku Inoue.

Born in Tokyo, Japan, and now based in Montreal, Canada, Raku creates art from the natural beauty that surrounds him.

Inspired from the nature he has foraged; he transforms flowers, petals and stems into beautiful works of art. Often gathered from his own back garden, Raku’s creations are elevated by botanical beauty and celebrate the life force of nature.

Inspired by our belief in a healthy eco system and working in harmony with nature, Raku created a unique packaging design for our Exclusive Edition Rose Body Oil.

At double the size this Exclusive Edition revitalises your skin with even more rose-scented radiance. Lightweight, smooth and fragranced with the subtle Rosa gallica grown on our biodynamic* Jurlique Farm, this indulgent body oil replenishes and nurtures the skin and the senses, with rich and moisturising Safflower, Macadamia and Jojoba Oils that help to nourish and hydrate the skin.

The Rosa gallica extract in our Exclusive Edition Rose Body Oil has been planted, handpicked, and extracted with uncompromising care.

At every step, we can trace our farm grown botanical ingredients in every final product, from first beginnings on our biodynamic farm, all the way through the creation process.

Just like nature, we are relentless in our purpose, applying unique and meticulous methods to protect the integrity of our products. We hand harvest and hand pick each botanical at the height of its vitality to extract its most potent essence.

Exclusive Edition Rose Body Oil is available in Jurlique standalone stores, selected Myer and David Jones stores and jurlique.com.au.

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