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Jurlique Opens Farm to Public Tours

September 4, 2013

AUSTRALIA: Jurlique is opening its farm doors so visitors can experience the true farm-to-bottle process and see how organic skin care is grown, hand-tended and hand-made.

​The certified organic Jurlique Farm, located in the Adelaide Hills of South Australia, produces healthier plants and more potent extracts that create highly efficacious skin care ingredients, said the company. On more than 154 acres, the farm grows a wide variety of plants and flowers including lavender, calendula and rose, the key ingredient in its signature Rosewater Balancing Mist. Jurlique also cultivates more than 7,500 native trees on the farm, to assist with both organic accreditation and environmental activism.

“Jurlique is a brand known for delivering quality natural personal care products using only the finest organically-grown ingredients,” said Sam McKay, president and CEO. “Until this year, the Jurlique Farm had been closed to the public. We now invite people to explore the stunning landscape that cultivates and nourishes the natural ingredients in our skin care lineup as a way to educate our customers about where and how their favorite products come to life.”

​More info: www.jurlique.com
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