For those of you who followed my Stories a few weeks ago, you will know I made my way to the beautiful Adelaide Hills in South Australia to visit the Jurlique Farm and learn more about the origins of my fave skincare empire. The lovely Maddie from @mystatement_ came along with us to that we could capture the experience on both camera and film and share with you all.
I have been using Jurlique products since I was 19 years old, after being recommended the range from a dear friend who was working with the company as a therapist and couldn’t speak of the brand and the quality of the products highly enough. That was 15 years ago (you can do the math). And 15 years ago, there wasn’t a lot of options in the market when it came to natural and organic skincare which now seems to be a little more status quo. So, it’s safe to say I’ve been a long time fan.
Two of my fave things about the Jurlique brand are their organic origins and the consistent quality of all of their products. I know with Jurlique to expect the very best and they consistently deliver, every single time never compromising their brand or ethics.
So when they invited me to tour the farm where all the magic happens, I was beyond excited. And much like everything that Jurlique do – it was exceptional. We were extremely fortunate to have a tour of the whole farm, a whooping 105 acres, and learn about the history of the land, farming methods and see the harvest in progress, as well as seeing the drying process at work.
The full Jurlique Story (which you can read here) is so inspiring and by experiencing the Farm, I really believe that Ulrike + Jurgen Klein achieved their ultimate dream; to reconnect people back to nature.