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Recent Philosophy Reviews

Cleansers -Philosophy -The Microdelivery Exfoliating Wash

on 8/11/2018 6:12:00 PM


I've been looking for a scrub just like this for years. I've never once liked a Philosophy brand product before. Typically I find them highly irritating, highly fragranced, overpriced, and generally lacking in good ingredients. Ulta had this on sale and I finally tried the in store tester. I have been on the hunt for a gentle, yet effective face scrub. Chemical exfoliators have always left me dry, broken out, or overall seeing no results, so I stick to actual physical exfoliation. I don't want something harsh like st. Ives apricot scrub, but I want something more than the soft micro bead type exfoliators. I tend to get some dry skin on certain areas that needs to be sloughed off, I want to have my skin feel soft and smooth, and I need to have a scrub help remove any last bits of dirt or buildup on the skin. That all being said, I don't want stripped skin or anything that is damaging my skin. The amount of grit in this is great. The fact that it's such a fine scrub, yet I don't need more than a dime size amount to do my face is great. Overall I'm impressed. I could do without the fragrance, but since it doesn't linger on my skin and it's a citrus scent, I'm not bothered or irritated by it. I've found I can use daily if I want, but that my nose area gets slightly irritated and dry around my nostrils and I need to moisturize extra. Using every other day seems to be a great option and I'm enjoying the results. I'm hopeful adding this to my routine will help me fade a couple minor acne scars I have beyond my normal washing and spf routine. I've seen smoother skin on my chin area and forehead area so far. I went ahead and bought more during the bogo sale philosophy had on their website last week. With how little I use I think I'll be set for a couple years with the three 16oz bottles I have. I recommend trying if you are looking for a gritty, effective scrub.

Moisturizers -Philosophy -Hope in a Jar - for all skin types

on 8/11/2018 5:44:00 PM


Not for sensitive skin, it's quite irritating, unremarkable ingredients, bad packaging.

Moisturizers -Philosophy -Take a Deep Breath Oil Free Oxygenating Gel Cream

on 8/8/2018 11:55:00 PM


I picked up a tiny tube of this at Ross, marked down twice on clearance for $4. I'd been testing a stri-vectin product that was making my skin super unhappy, so I bought this on a whim to see if it would repair the resulting blemishes and uneven essential. I am now cursed to pay full price for it forever, because I am HOOKED. It sinks right in with zero oily/heavy residue. The fragrance is light and not distracting. It's perfect under makeup. And speaking of makeup, I can't believe how clear and even this has made my skin. From unhappy skin to nearly flawless in, like, two weeks. Super impressed.

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Fragrances -Philosophy -Amazing Grace Ballet Rose

on 8/5/2018 6:03:00 PM


This is such a pretty little perfume! Others have named the notes, so I'll just add my two cents: I love rose in perfumes - my username is rosarita, after all - and my taste generally runs toward dark, gothic rose perfumes, the darker and richer the better. Well, Ballet Rose is nothing like that, it's light and fresh and just plain pretty, pink and refreshing. Since I have a lot of perfume, I have this in a half ounce mini which is the perfect fun size spritzer and I've really enjoyed it this spring and summer. The lasting power is impressive for something so light and it's very well blended, if I didn't know it was from Philosophy I would think it was by Parfums de Rosine. Perfect for the office or anytime.

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Treatments (Face) -Philosophy -Clear Days Ahead Salicylic Acid Spot Treatment

on 7/31/2018 10:42:00 AM

I bought this along with the Clear Days Ahead treatment moisturizer. This acne spot treatment contains 2 % salicylic acid in a fragrance free, silicone base. Both of these products caused clogged pores and breakouts.

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