Friday, 28 October 2016
Aesop Parsley Seed Cleansing Masque - a review
We've all got those products we just keep coming back to. From a Peter Thomas Roth classic, to my absolute favourite liquid lipsticks, I'm a surprisingly habit-filled creature for a beauty blogger. As much as I appreciate the new and shiny, what I really love are hard-working products that do what they say on the tin.
Enter a really lovely mask from Aesop - the Parsley Seed Cleansing Mask. I seem to remember this is a long-term fave of Anna , and I think she was the one, many moons ago, that spurred me on through the interwebs to try this bad boy out.
It is, for all intents and purposes, a clay-based mask. It does do the whole clay-drying thing on the face, so bear that in mind if you're not a huge fan of that slight tightening sensation.
I find that this is a really excellent skin pick-me-up - I always reach for this on a dull, grey skin day. It's a pre-night-out belter. This cleansing masque also contains aloe vera and rosehip and parsley seed extracts - all with the aim of giving the skin a bit of a brighten, and it certainly delivers on this front. I find that despite the slight tightening feeling when the mask is drying, it doesn't suck the life out of my skin, and is pretty effective on angry red pimple appeasing, too.
Oh, and it smells delicious. Fresh, light, herbal and extremely pleasant to slap on one's chops.
No complaints here. This is another lovely product that I'll come back to time and again.
Which clay masks are you a fan of? Have you tried this one?
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