I dunno how in the mood you are for Apple Pie considering Thanksgiving is far behind us now but if you’re in the mood for a steal and a deal check out the $11 bottle of Philosophy Fresh Baked Apple Pie Shower Gel at Sephora.
It has a sweet, tart crunchy scent of apple laced with hints of cinnamon. It comes across more fruity than foody/bakery to my nose but I love it none the less.
For $11 bucks you can multitask, as always, with it by using it as a Shampoo, Bubble Bath, and Shower Gel. Dontcha just love Philosophy for creating and mastering the all in one formula?
Available now for your stocking stuffer needs at Sephora.
Philosophy plays an interesting little game of deception with us when it comes to The Gingerbread Man. I bet you’ve all gone into a purchase of that little guy and thought how delightfully spicy, warm, and cookie-like he’d smell. Admit, you have!
You get him home and you realize there’s a conspiracy going on here and something is not quite right. Wait, what? You mean he doesn’t smell like Gingerbread cookies?! How, why?! What happened?!
I never really liked Jello. I commonly associate it with hospitals and horror movies. I mean do you really want to eat something that wriggles? Who knows what lays beneath all that. I bet if you left it on a table long enough it would slide right off under the guise that it was simply left out too long but we all know it’s EVIL!
Was The Blob a good upstanding citizen? NO! It almost consumed Steve McQueen and it did consume a mechanic, a janitor, and a bar room full of late night drinkers! HORROR! Why should you trust Jello in your stomach with a track record like that or for that matter in your shower!
Lush Iced Wine Jelly recently made its way into my shower. I’ve tried Lush Jelly in the past and I def don’t trust ’em but I can’t deny some of them smell oh so gorgeous but I bet that masks an evil good nature.
Hopefully I won’t be consumed in the shower while I use it….if I am, remember me fondly would you?
I don’t drink but I really like boozy smells. Is that weird? Hmmm. Like mulled wine or tropical drinks and such, they smells so wicked good don’t they?
That’s why I indulged in Lush Glogg Shower Gel since it’s described as a mulled wine and I was all about having that in my shower gel.
In the early stages of Philosophy’s Shower Gel life, there wasn’t alot of scents to choose from and the ones they did have weren’t nearly as fantastic as the current releases. Indeed, you’ve heard this all before from me but I can’t begin to tell you how Philosophy has evolved as some of their earlier releases weren’t anything like what we experience from them in the realms of shower gel today.
I’m mentioning all this because most recent release of Philosophy Salt Water Taffy Shower Gels has been a bit of a bust for me and I feel like I’m doing a rewind back to Philosophy’s past with some of these as they aren’t up to my current standards of what their shower gel should smell like!