|Aésop Parsley Seed Cleansing Masque|
I wanted to try this Aésop masque for the longest time; the YouTuber's were singing it's praises and whilst I don't always trust all of them the mass agreement that this was excellent pulled me in and it was ordered.
Although a clay masque it isn't the traditional clay masque you might expect, the texture is very thin and spreads very easily and therefore you don't end up using loads as you only need a thin layer; considering this costs nearly £30 the fact a little goes a long way is a very good feature.
It applies a light beige colour and once it's dry it goes a dark grey and shows all your pores which is always a joy to see; it mildly stings on your face which to me makes me think it's working.
When removed you can see an immediate difference in your skin, it's brighter, smoother and softer and I can always rely on it if my skin is having a break out to clear it up nice and quickly.
I will always have this in my skincare stash for when my skin is looking dull and in need of a pick me up; you can pick it up at Cult Beauty for £27 (Link)