Saturday, 10 January 2015

Which Aesop Mask?

The Aesop Parsley Seed Mask is one that is much spoken of on the blogosphere, I however tried the Chamomile and ? Mask first and fell in love which then prompted me to buy the former. After using these (for different purposes) throughout the past few months I thought I would share my thoughts on these masks and recommend which one would be best suited for you...


Aesop Parsley Seed Cleansing Masque
If there could ever be a 'blogger-favourite' mask, this has to be this one. This is a clay-based mask which includes a multitude of other nourishing ingredients. It works extremely well as a weekly mask to, as the name suggests, cleanse the skin and gently clear out pores. However, if you are wanting a mask that will seriously clear out your pores, any trapped dirt and help banish spots and blackheads, this may not be the mask for you. Who is this mask for? Those who aren't spot-prone but want to keep the odd blemish at bay and those who work in stressful, polluted environments who need that extra boost in their skincare routine.

Aesop Chamomile Concentrate Anti-Blemish Masque
On the other end of the scale is the not so talked about Chamomile Concentrate mask. Again, this is a clay-based mask which doesn't focus on nourishing the skin but calming the skin. This is one of the strongest yet non-irritating masks that I own. The mask can be used weekly for acne prone skin that wants soothing whilst unclogging pores or it can be saved for those particularly blemish-prone moments where no other mask will do. However, if you don't really suffer from break-outs but just have a few blackheads, this isn't the mask your skin needs. Who is this mask for? Those who are blemish-prone and want to clear up spots and calm redness and soreness in the skin.

Which Aesop mask is the one for you?

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