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Recent Aesop Reviews

Gels/Soaps -Aesop -A Rose By Any Other Name body cleanser

on 12/14/2018 3:37:00 AM


I read about people using this as a gentle hand soap and bought it for that purpose. I’d previously used their Resurrection Hand Wash & Balm, but was curious to give this a whirl. Thre scent is lovely and definitely less potent than Resurrection. I wash my hands A LOT, so gentle is key.

A Rose By Any Other Name is super gentle, low foaming (it really doesn’t foam as a hand wash), and hydrating. Since the scent is light I use different kinds of hand creams and lotions with it and none clash. It took me a few days to get used to the soap not foaming, but it cleans thoroughly and the lack of foam likely keeps my skin from drying out. Love it.

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Moisturizers -Aesop -Primrose Facial Hydrating Cream

on 12/8/2018 8:55:00 AM


I have a sensitive combination skin which is currently more on a dryer side as I just finished a course ( only 2 month) of Roaccutane. On this moisturizer since 1 week and I absolutely love it. Super hydrating , calming and zero eye tearing ( which is usually the case for me). It does leave a bit of a film on the skin but nothing a powder can‘t fix. Definitely recomend this product to the sensitive dryer skin and during or after Roaccutane treatment.
Most eye creams give me puffy red eyes but Primrose facial hydrater is a great alternative for me till I find a suitable dedicated eye product. If you like earthy smells this product is for you!

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Treatments (Eye) -Aesop -Parsley Seed Anti-Oxidant Eye Cream

on 11/29/2018 5:17:00 AM


I was gifted this eye cream and I would never buy it myself. For one thing, it is far too expensive for the amount you get and for the ingredient list. I prefer simpler, unscented gels for my under eye area. The scent of this is unbelievably strong, almost like a solid perfume. Luckily, it hasn’t caused milia so far, but it seems pretty rich, so I am keeping a close eye on it as I continue to use it. I will probably switch to using it as a moisturizer for my chest, at the first sign of discomfort around my eyes. I would not purchase it because I think it is more than a little gimmicky, unreasonably expensive, and potentially irritating due to the strong fragrance.

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Cleansers -Aesop -Parsley Seed Facial Cleansing Oil

on 11/23/2018 8:04:00 PM


You have to use a lot of the product for it to work. You need to have damp hands before you pour but it doesn’t really lather. Did not clean makeup off as well as I hoped and it caused me to breakout on my cheeks.

Lip Treatments -Aesop -Rosehip Seed Lip Treatment

on 11/4/2018 11:41:00 PM


Sinks into the lips completely and leaves no lasting effects whatsoever. I still felt the need to apply something thicker on top because this just wasn’t doing it. The smell of this is too intense, i can taste it in my mouth and the fragrance is so strong, smells very herbal/lemon to me. I think that Eucerin lip treatment in the little pot is a much better, much cheaper dupe with the same texture but much more hydrating and no offensive smell.

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