Now are these not just the cutest? For Christmas 2014 Philosophy have launched a range of ready to hang on the tree ornaments each of which feature a mini product. Forget sample sizes the Philosophy Skin Care Ornaments each contain a sizeable try me product and cost less than £10 each. If you have never tried Philosophy Skin Care before this could be the perfect opportunity. They also make great gifts be it for yourself or someone else (treat yo'self yo!).
The three ornaments are:
Philosophy Hands of Hope Hand and Cuticle Cream (30ml) £9 - A rich yet non-greasy hand cream that quickly and effectively moisturises the hands. It has a soft almost milky fragrance and has been designed to protect the skin by forming a barrier against the elements. I rather like that it softens the cuticles too and quickly soaks into the skin despite being a thick texture - perfect for the winter weather.
Philosophy Purity 3-in-1 Cleanser (90ml) £9 - Like most this was my go to cleanser for cleansing brushes until Clinique unveiled their newest product. Philosophy Purity 3-in-1 Cleanser is a gentle cleanser that is suitable for the entire face (including the eye area), It cleanses and tones in one quick step without being harsh or stripping on the skin, with a fresh almost medicinal scent. It does all it says on the tin and never breaks me out. What is not to like?
Philosophy Hope in a Jar Moisturiser (15ml) £10 - Philosophy's best selling moisturiser and rightly so - a thick, non-greasy hydrating cream that suits just about all skin types. It has an almost whipped, mousse like texture which allows it to be both highly moisturising yet light in texture.Philosophy Hope in a Jar is loaded with antioxidants to repair and brighten the skin and also contains ingredients to gently exfoliate the skin with each use.
Aren't they cute and surprisingly rather affordable?
You can find all three Philosophy Skin Care Ornaments here - link.
This post contains press samples.