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No more dirty boys


Let Jurlique clean up your wedding act


Words: Damien Woolnough


22th March 2019

Any wedding planner will tell you that the devil is in the details. Finishing touches, such as having the right hand soap in the bathroom, will add an extra halo of happiness and hygiene to your big day.

For years Aesop has dominated the hand wash market for gay grooms out to impress guests reapplying their Touche éclat eye cream in the bathroom mirror but another Australian player is elbowing in.

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With an emphasis on natural ingredients grown in the South Australian hills, Jurlique’s new hand wash and hand lotion are free from harsh chemicals, silicones, sulphates, petrolatum, parabens and anything else that might make your ex-boyfriend George’s eczema flare up.

With a creamy texture the hand wash uses Echinacea and sweet violet, along with chamomile and calendula to leave your hands forest fresh.

The Softening Rose collection will suit any wedding where long de-thorned stems abound while the Restoring scent of lemon, geranium and sage offers a contemporary cleanse.

It’s a finishing touch that will add to your wedding day and perhaps help clean up your reputation after your buck’s do.

Jurlique creamy hand wash ($29.99) and hand lotion ($39.99). www. Jurlique.com.au

 

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