JURLIQUE CALENDULA REDNESS RESCUE RANGE

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Do you suffer from red patches on your cheeks? Does your skin reap what your stress levels have sewn by becoming sensitive, reddened and just plain eeeeep!!?? If so, follow me!
 
Skin discomfort is so 2013, but, with Jurlique’s new Calendular Redness Rescue Range, your skin can be caressed with nature’s original comforter- Calendula – picked from Jurlique’s very own biodynamic farms in Adelaide, with absolutely no synthetic chemicals used to grow them. Enriched with botanicals to help appease angry skin (such as Cucumber and Chamomile), this range assists in the rehabilitation of overly needy skin and helps to restore vitality to it within weeks. I could rave on and on about this range having gone through a period of skin sensitivity in November (which was kindly fixed up by this very range – hallelujah)!
 
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The high performance Calendula Redness Rescue Calming Mist is by far my favourite from the range, with its proprietary Comfort Complex. Not only does it include the infamous skin restoring Calendula, but also Aloe and Linseed to bring new life to your dermis and acts as a light, refreshing toner to alleviate blotchy red patches. 
 
The range is based around 3 principles (Calm, Restore, Soothe), that when used all together, will take your skin from rivalling a stressed-out HSCer, to a glowing goddess in no time. 
 
Let nature work its magic with the Jurlique Calendula Rescue Range: a range you will end up thanking me for in next to no time.
 
RANGE CONTAINS
 
Calendula Redness Rescue Calming Mist 100ml $55
Calendula Redness Rescue Restorative Treatment Serum 30ml $80
Calendula Redness Rescue Soothing Moisturising Cream 40ml $50/100ml $85
 
Do you suffer from redness?
** I was kindly gifted these products for blog consideration. This did not, in any way, influence my opinion on the product. 
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