Aesop’s new gift sets are truly stellar

AESOP GIFT KITS 2015-2016 PERSUES WITH OPEN TIN CI’m not sure whether it’s a sign of my exceptionally good taste or that I simply don’t get out enough, but few things excite me quite as much as news of a new Aesop gift kit. Delightful to behold, they’re always beautifully thought out and presented and the offerings in the run up to this Christmas are no different. Themed around six constellations, each of the Gift Kits features a selection of Aesop essentials.

aesop cabinetPerseus, for example, features their Fabulous Face Cleanser, Moroccan Neroli Post-Shave Lotion and one of my all time favourite Aesop products – the Geranium Leaf Body Cleanser. But it’s not just the products that I love about these gift sets; the tins they come in are superb too, mainly because they’re genuinely useful. I have several in my bathroom cabinet, stuffed full of pills, potions and assorted grooming essentials. You know how cats love cardboard boxes? Well, I love Aesop tins. The contents are bloody good, too, mind.

The Perseus Gift Kit is available from November from aesop.com priced £60. 

When in Boston….

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Having recently spent five days of a two week holiday in the US in the wonderful city of Boston, it seemed only natural that for that portion of my stay I should have packed this appropriately named urban travel kit from Aesop.

From now on, the wonderful smell of its Geranium Leaf Body Cleanser and citrus Rind Concentrate Body Cleanser will remind me of the amazing roof top apartment we rented in the city’s up-and-coming South End district.

The great thing about this set (apart from the fact that everything comes in a handy little case) is that the the sizes are absolutely perfect – so perfect that after my stay I was left with virtually nothing to lug back home. Beyond how wonderful everything  smells, like all Aesop products, the kit looks super-cool too. Which is just as well because, with temperatures in the high 80s, the weather that week was anything but.

For more info go to www.aesop.com