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Aesop Moroccan Neroli Shaving Serum Product Review

Shaving gels, creams and serums have recently saturated the market as competition against the infamous bottled shaving foams, and rightly so. They have less irritative qualities, as the gel or cream-like consistency doesn’t dispense with air-pockets like a shaving foam does, allowing the hairs to actually stand up in preparation for the razor. Serums on the other hand generally leave out occlusive ingredients like petrolatum or mineral oils that keep water from evaporating, and are generally water-based. They will lather the least, however aim to create maximum slip for a closer shave.
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Aesop Rind Concentrate Body Balm

Body balms are immensely hydrating as apposed to moisturisers, as they are free from water content and formulated with predominantly oil components. The Aesop Rind Concentrate Body Balm is for intense hydration of the body but be careful not to use this product on your face as the dense and intense formulation may cause breakouts. This product is suitable for normal to dryer skin due to its nourishing and protective properties. Due to its high level of active ingredients containing natural retinols, this product is not suitable for anybody that suffers from skin irritations or sensitivities. Its retail price for the 500ml pump bottle is $105 AUD.

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Aesop Resurrection Aromatique Hand Wash

Hand wash is a common household product found in any Australian home. Even if you’re not one to buy “cosmetics”, you’re more than likely buying hand wash for the house. The Resurrection Aromatique Hand Wash has been marketed for “hard-wearing hands” and includes many antiseptic qualities derived from Mandarin and Orange oils used to combat this condition. These oils can be quite abrasive on delicate skin.

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Aesop B & Tea Balancing Toner

Luxury formulations coupled with meticulous design are what Aesop’s was built upon. Their objective has been to use the finest quality ingredients, from plant-based to laboratory made, to ensure standout efficacy. However, Aesop exhibits hesitation in adopting natural, organic or sustainable practices due to supply chain contentions.

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