The Aesop Camellia Nut Facial Hydrating Cream is quite pricey at
£43, but is worth the money. Read on to find out why…
I’ve only heard good things about Aésop, so when my skin hit January tightness, I thought I’d reach out and try something new!
Unlike many of the heavier moisturisers on the market, this one has a smooth emollient feeling to it but still manages to sink in without leaving any residue.
I’m suffering from eczema currently, particularly around my eyes and jawline and this has been amazing at offering immediate relief to my parched skin. It absorbs in super quick time and leaves you with soft and supple skin for hours after application.
It’s jam-packed with a whole host of great ingredients, including cold pressed Macadamia nut oil to soften the skin, and camellia and chamomile oil work hard to get rid of irritation and patchiness. Whilst my eczema traditionally needs medicated cream for flare-ups, this light, the botanical mix has done wonders to give me a soft and bright base.
Have you tried any of Aesop’s offerings? I’m already obsessed and can’t wait to try something else from their iconic range.