Nurturing care, until winter’s close.

Aesop advocates a seasonal approach to skin care, emphasising the need to change regimens with shifts in climatic conditions. To balance the effects of cooler temperatures and lower humidity, consider a refresh of your daily rituals.


Skin feels tight and dehydrated after cleansing

Overly hot water on winter skin can disturb its delicate surface, leaving the face feeling dehydrated and tight.

We suggest tepid water and a gentle towel-down for the comfort of the skin. For a thorough yet gentle cleanse, consider pairing a nourishing cream cleanser with a botanical exfoliant once or twice a week. Used in concert, they remove dead skin cells and draw out impurities to leave your skin feeling immaculately clean, smooth, and softened.

Purifying Facial Cream Cleanser
Tea Tree Leaf Facial Exfoliant


Skin feels parched, with a finer texture

Sharp, chilled winds and indoor heating weaken the surface barrier and can make it difficult to keep the skin properly hydrated.

Consider warming up your interior by indulging in generous amounts of herbal tea. To help promote normal levels of moisture and quell irritation, select a hydrator that offers deep replenishment and soothing care.

Camellia Nut Facial Hydrating Cream
Blue Chamomile Facial Hydrating Masque
Rosehip Seed Lip Cream


Skin feels dull and tired

Exposure to climate-controlled or polluted environments can leave the skin fatigued and in need of especial attention.

Care for mind, body, and skin with a meticulously considered diet rich in nutrients, anti-oxidants, and proper nighttime repose. Introduce nourishing oils and vitamin-rich skin care in instances where the skin appears distressed by the season.

Perfect Facial Hydrating Cream
Damascan Rose Facial Treatment

‘The frost performs its secret ministry, Unhelped by any wind.’

Samuel Taylor Coleridge