Aesop Parsley Seed Cleansing Masque – Review

Processed with Snapseed.I tried the most raved product from Aesop!

This is a clay-based masque to deeply cleanse and refresh most skin types, particularly sensitive or dry. A gentle yet thorough deep-cleansing treatment that extracts impurities clogging the pores, to smooth and refresh the skin.

The purified clay draws out impurities; the Aloe Vera ensures this doesn’t leave your skin feeling tight, while the Rosehip & Parsley Seed extracts deliver a big dose of anti-oxidants to perk up your skin. This is one to use before you go out as it balances oily/combo skins & perks up dull complexion.

The main Ingredients are  Kaolin Bentonite (reduce excess oil without messing with your skin’s natural oil), Aloe Leaf Juice (reduce acne scars), Lavender Oil (amazing anti septic properties), Evening Primrose Oil (helps fight acne, wrinkle, eczema), Parsley Seed Oil (detoxifies).img_7102After cleansing the area apply the mask over your entire face and neck. Let it be there for good 15 minutes and then rinse with cool water. I do have oily skin, so I use the mask twice a week to take away the excess oil in my skin.

The mask comes in a tube packaging which is very hygienic when compared to the tub style. The mask has a fine, smooth clay texture. It has a strong lavender fragrance, can bother some people but I liked it. It does cleanse your pores without making your skin dry and make your skin feel refreshed. Clay masks can make my skin tight after using but this one was gentle and make my skin smooth. Not like other clay masks, it dries very quickly like within 10 minutes of time but the washing off part is little bit hard.

This is a must have if you have congested skin. Available in CultBeauty.

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