Philosophy steps things up with a new posh shower gel, shampoo, and bubble bath.
Philosophy You Are Divine Shower Gel can multitask in your shower, your hair, and your bath with the scent of Philosophy Divine Fragrance which contains notes of sparkling white grapefruit and tangerine essences, inviting orange blossom and mimosa petals, soft powdery musk and warm vanilla.
Philosophy You Are Divine Shampoo, Shower Gel & Bubble Bath is available now for $20 from QVC.com
P.S. If you always harbored a nekkid Doctor fantasy, here’s your dream come true!
I’d feel terribly weird if I gifted a friend with haircare for the Holidays. 1. My friends wouldn’t appreciate it as not alot of them are heavily into beauty plus many of them are geeky guys and 2. It makes feel like I’m gifting deodorant or something. “Oh hai here is a gift of shampoo for the holidays, you haz bad hair day!” Know what I mean?
So I decided to gift MYSELF with the Wen Cleansing Conditioners with Gift Boxes from QVC. All the reasons I listed above for not gifting to friends, well, that’s probably a cop out because I’m selfish and wanted this set all for myself.
Obviously everyone is full on Fall mode including Wen.
Wen Fall Ginger Pumpkin is limited edition blend of the popular Wen Cleansing Conditioner with a new seasonal formulation of scents that evoke the spirit of fall like pumpkin, vanilla, clove, ginger, and cinnamon!
If you’ve never used the Cleansing Conditioner before it’s a one step cleanser that is made with natural ingredients which do not contain sodium laurel sulfate or other damaging detergents usually found in shampoos, so it won’t strip your hair and scalp of natural oils.
I seriously need me some Ginger Pumpkin! It sounds lovely!
And most importantly what did you think of The God Complex?
I loved the homage to The Shining. I’m a huge fan of the novel and the entire creepy Outlook Hotel vibe in The God Complex was wicked.
What did you think was in the Doctor’s room? Personally I could have sworn a cloister bell sounded when he opened the door. I think he was confronted with his deepest fear when he opened the door, himself…!
Anyone catch that he ate an apple in the episode? Maybe I’m reading too much into but since when does he LIKE apples?
The episode is a stand alone but it’s leading into his death so I do think they set up some clues for us along the way.
Anyway…speaking of crazy British happenings Lush has a dry shampoo now. I swear I’ll never understand the idea of a dry shampoo!