Review of Aesop’s Karst Fragrance by British Beauty Blogger

#AesopKarstFragrance #ProductReview 🌿🍊🌶️

[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] So, this was a great surprise. I put off reviewing #AesopKarstFragrance because it doesn’t look all that exciting but got around to it earlier this week and well, in short, it’s gorgeous! 😍

#CitrusScent #SpicyAndInteresting #Juniper #Bergamot #PinkPepper #Rosemary #Sage #Cumin #HerbalReferences #SmoothAndIntegrates

It’s a citrus scent that initially I got #ChristmasVibes from – that sort of aromatic spark of the season which soon dried away to something quite spicy and interesting. Juniper is the real kicker here – it pushes the bergamot and pink pepper up a notch with rosemary, sage and cumin playing around with your senses. Is it foodie? Not quite, but there are cuisine herbal references that pop up. Sage is a difficult note to work with because it’s so associated in our brains with chicken – nobody wants to smell like Paxo – but in this instance it’s very smooth and integrates perfectly. 🌿🍋🌶️

#BaseNotes #Vetiver #Sandalwood #Cedar #Festive #Herby #Fruity #Woody

Base notes are vetiver, sandalwood and cedar – the cedar comes through rather strongly in the dry down but the entire thing starts festive, goes herby, journeys into fruity and ends on woody. I mean, I find it quite intriguing! If you’re someone for whom traditional ‘feminine’ fragrances do nothing for but you don’t want to be entirely ‘masculine’, this is very well worth your attention. It’s £140 which I think is very steep but fragrance is a category that seems to defy the bank balance sometimes! You can find it #HERE.

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All products are sent to me as samples from brands and agencies unless otherwise stated. Affiliate links may be used. Posts are not affiliate driven. 💼

[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] So, this was a great surprise. I put off reviewing Aesop Karst Fragrance because it doesn’t look all that exciting but got around to it earlier this week and well, in short, it’s gorgeous!

Aesop Karst Fragrance Review

It’s a citrus scent that initially I got Christmas vibes from – that sort of aromatic spark of the season which soon dried away to something quite spicy and interesting. Juniper is the real kicker here – it pushes the bergamot and pink pepper up a notch with rosemary, sage and cumin playing around with your senses. Is it foodie? Not quite, but there are cuisine herbal references that pop up. Sage is a difficult note to work with because it’s so associated in our brains with chicken – nobody wants to smell like Paxo – but in this instance it’s very smooth and integrates perfectly.

Aesop Karst Fragrance Review

Base notes are vetiver, sandalwood and cedar – the cedar comes through rather strongly in the dry down but the entire thing starts festive, goes herby, journeys into fruity and ends on woody. I mean, I find it quite intriguing! If you’re someone for whom traditional ‘feminine’ fragrances do nothing for a but you don’t want to be entirely ‘masculine’, this is very well worth your attention. It’s £140 which I think is very steep but fragrance is a category that seems to defy the bank balance sometimes! You can find it HERE.



Transparency Disclosure

All products are sent to me as samples from brands and agencies unless otherwise stated. Affiliate links may be used. Posts are not affiliate driven.

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