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Beauty News Of The Week: Aesop Drops A Unisex Rose Fragrance & More

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The Aesop Rozu Eau de Parfum is a unisex rose fragrance
The cult beauty house’s fourth fragrance ($235) is inspired by the life, travels, and enthusiasm of legendary French architect and furniture designer Charlotte Perriand who was known for creating some of the most iconic modernist furniture of the 20th century. The brand takes a similar contemporary approach when creating this unisex scent which is centred around a floral rose note derived from the Wabara garden rose. Also used in the concoction is vetiver extract, which boasts an earthy scent reminiscent of the men’s colognes that Perriand used to wear. Drunk Elephant's skincare kit features eight essentials to reset your skin
Known as The Littles 4.0 ($128), this colorful kit contains all of the brand’s signature products in travel-sized packaging. It makes an ideal starter pack for those new to the brand or serves as a great idea for beauty junkies who want to create a capsule skincare regime. The kit features eight different products to give healthy, balanced and glowing skin: the Beste No. 9 Jelly Cleanser, B-Hydra Intensive Hydration Serum, C-Firma Day Serum, T.L.C Framboos Glycolic Night Serum, Virgin Marula Luxury Facial Oil, F-Balm Electrolyte Waterfacial, and Lala Retro Whipped Cream. The Dior Forever Skin Correct is now available
The long-awaited launch of the Dior Forever Skin Correct ($63) is finally here. This concealer boasts a weightless texture that glides on like second skin without looking too cakey. The superior formula contains wild pansy and rosehip extract to provide continuous hydration to the skin and aids in correcting dark eye circles, redness, and blemishes. The formula also fuses seamlessly with the skin without settling into fine lines upon application for a flawless look.  Philosophy debuts its first natural skincare line
Named Nature In A Jar, this naturally-derived range of skin and body care products, is made with ingredients found among desert plants like the agave, cactus, and jojoba. Comprising the Gentle Detoxifying Cleanser with Agave ($41), Gentle Warming Exfoliator with Jojoba ($51), Cica Complex Recovery Moisturiser ($71), and Cream-To-Water Body Lotion with Cactus Fruit Extract ($55), this collection boasts another green aspect: each product is packaged from either recyclable or post-consumer recycled materials.   Get an in-salon experience while staying home with this hair mist
Getting hair treatments at a salon is impossible now thanks to circuit-breaker measures. Enter Shiseido’s Professional Sublimic Wonder Shield ($56). This weightless essence mist is said to help you achieve fresher, cleaner and healthier-looking locks, while strengthening weakened hair damaged from environmental stressors and other styling tools, and prolonging hair colour too.