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Jurlique Fruit Enzyme Exfoliator

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A highly effective fruit-based facial treatment that helps to exfoliate skin with natural enzymes and indigenous Australian extracts of Desert Lime, Quandong and Wattle, creating a visibly smoother and revitalised complexion.

This wash-away exfoliating gel is jam-packed with a bevy of beautifying ingredients such as;

Quandong and Desert Lime, both high in vitamin C and essential fatty acids which help to assist with gentle exfoliation, improving the texture and complexion of the skin;

Apple, which helps to brighten dull complexions;

Natural Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHAs): lactic, malic and citric acid to promote cell turnover leaving you in possession of a brighter, clearer complexion;

Willow bark extract that improves tone and texture;

Prickly Pear stem and Green Tea leaf, which are pumped full of antioxidants and humectants, to hydrate and promote firmer skin.

I had used this a few times and I think it’s a rather potent exfoliator ( use with caution ). It really brightens up my skin tone and smoothes my complexion after single usage.

The best thing is it gets rid of blemishes at almost overnight! Those inflamed blemishes caused by M.A.C mineralize skinfinish were merely noticeable bumps the next morning after I used it as facial treatment.

Try not to overdo this as I do notice some flakiness & dryness after 2 daily consecutive uses ( Well, I was desperate to nib off those cystic acne )

I also use it post shaving / tweezing to reduce those annoying ingrown hair problems!


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