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From $9 for Jurlique Skin Care and Beauty - Choose from 35 Different Products @ Groupon

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Choose from a range of masks, facial treatments, finishing powders and essential oils:

  • Jurlique Calendula 40ml
  • Jurlique Calendula Redness Rescue Soothing Moisturising Cream 40ml
  • Jurlique Chamomile Soothing Mist 100ml
  • Jurlique Citrus Purifying Mist 100ml
  • Jurlique Citrus Silk Finishing Powder 10g
  • Jurlique Elder Cream 40ml
  • Jurlique Herbal Recovery Antioxidant Gel Mask 100ml
  • Jurlique Herbal Recovery Eye Gel 15ml
  • Jurlique Herbal Recovery Face Oil 50ml
  • Jurlique Herbal Recovery Mist 100ml
  • Jurlique Jojoba Carrier Oil 100ml
  • Jurlique Lavender Silk Finishing Powder 10g
  • Jurlique Lemon Lime Hydrating Essence 50ml
  • Jurlique Moisture Replenishing Mask 40ml
  • Jurlique Perfectly Polished Body Scrub 150ml
  • Five Jurlique Purely Age-Defying Firming Treatment Masks 20ml
  • Jurlique Purely Age-Defying Hand Treatment 100ml
  • Five Jurlique Purely White Skin Brightening Facial Treatments 20ml
  • Jurlique Sandalwood Conditioner 300ml
  • Jurlique Soothing Day Care Lotion 30ml
  • Jurlique Soothing Herbal Recovery Gel 30ml
  • Jurlique Soothing Herbal Recovery Gel 100ml
  • Jurlique Sun Lotion SPF 30+ 100ml

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  • so what's cheap

  • Showed the missus this the other week, she was keen till she noticed the short expiry on some of the products. E.g. one product that was about 1/2 price expires in October, when we were in a myer on the weekend, the same product on the shelf had an expiry of april next year.

    She said she wouldn't manage to finish the product before it expired

    • I mean, most people probably don't listen to it, but most skin care and cosmetics have an expiry date of about 6 months from the date the product is opened anyway. It does depend on the type of product though. On the back of them they have a little picture of an open jar with a number on it to show how many months it lasts for.

      So technically if she opens it straight after she buys it it will expire before the date on the packaging anyway.

      • Jurlique is a natural based skincare company, so I guess it really depends on the strength of the preservatives in terms of how much longer you can use them after the printed expiry date. During the period when I tried out Jurlique, I do remember a lot of formulations were alcohol heavy, so that can help with preservation.

      • Didn't know that, but in any case she still has current product to get through first before she'll open the new one.
        In the end she worked out that she'd never use the new one totally before it would expire. In this scenario the short expiry was the limiting factor.