Beauty news: Aesop’s Resurrection Rinse-Free Hand Wash sizes up

It’s safe to say that Australian brand Aesop is not your regular high-end skincare, haircare, home fragrance and more company. There are no big promises, no celebrity endorsements, no glossy packaging and no advertising. As a brand, they are committed to celebrating science by integrating both plant-based and laboratory-made ingredients, and the efficacy of their product formulations is world-renowned. An interview with Aesop General Manager of Retail and Customer Relations Suzanne Santos told us “you need a blend of well-chosen man-made ingredients with exceptional botanical ingredients to make remarkable products”, and I personally have never met an Aesop product I didn’t like. I first encountered the brand many years ago on a trip to one of their Sydney boutiques, and after washing my hands with their premier luxury soap, I was irrevocably hooked.  Their less-is-more approach appeals to the type of consumer who doesn’t need fruity surroundings and overbearing retail staff to tell them what is wrong with their skin or what their home should smell like, but those who are happy to pay slightly higher prices for authentic top-quality products that just make you feel good – and work.
Aesop’s founder Dennis Paphitis has famously been quoted as saying: “Luxury is an attitude, a spirit, a celebration of the everyday; it is certainly not an overpriced, monogrammed handbag that’s distributed as widely as fast food,” and their stores around the world reflect this value.
Their home offering is really quite flawless, and encompasses everything from room sprays to hand and body wash and more. Their evaporative gel formula, Rinse-Free Hand Wash has long been a handbag staple of mine, so the fact that Resurrection Rinse-Free Hand Wash is now available in a 500ml pump bottle is fabulous news. 
For those that are unfamiliar with this little wonder, the moisturising agents in its formula – including extracts of Mandarin, Rosemary and Cedar – ensure hands are not stripped of moisture regardless of frequency of use. The formula’s botanical aroma also makes it an appealing alternative to many other gel-based hand sanitisers, hence its everyday appearance in my bag.
The new, super sized Resurrection Rinse-Free Hand makes it ideal for bolstering hand hygiene in the office, bathroom or kitchen, and an absolute essential during flu season in particular. 
Resurrection Rinse-Free Hand Wash is available right now from stores, counters in selected department stores globally, and at Aesop Online with an RRP of $10 for 50ml and $59 for 500ml.


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