The spot for Aesop Rōzu.
Aha, who knew I could run through so much hand sanitizer? A possible addition to my collection, although I don't know if the alcohol level is high enough: Aesop's Resurrection Rinse-Free Hand Wash, with mandarin, rosemary and cedar. "An alcohol-based hand wash to cleanse and refresh. The perfect, pocket-sized product to ensure perpetually clean hands. When fresh water is unavailable, this gentle formula will kill bacteria and combat contagions, simultaneously delivering moisturising agents to ensure hands aren't stripped of moisture. The essential companion for those who travel by public transport." 50 ml for $10 at Luckyscent.
Aesop's Rind Concentrate Body Balm sounds perfect for summer: "This swiftly absorbed citrus-based formulation relieves dry skin and refreshes the senses, while invigorating botanicals soften, cool and revive skin. It's perfect for year-round use. Aesop product formulations use botanical and scientifically validated man-made ingredients of the highest quality." With pink grapefruit, orange and lemon; $35 for 120 ml or $97 for 500 ml, at Nordstrom.
Aesop's brass oil burner: "An object of substance and beauty—a unique, refined alternative to traditional burners. Designed for Aesop by Studio Henry Wilson and crafted from solid brass. [...] Dispense five to ten drops of your favoured Oil Burner Blend into the oil well. Use a standard tea light candle." $170. If you don't already have the perfect oil you might consider their Anouk blend with lemon, bergamot and ylang ylang, $39 for 25 ml.