Ah the old dark spot corrector….
I thank Clinique every single day for bringing hyper pigmentation and dark spots to the beauty world’s attention. I tried to love their Clinical Dark Spot Corrector but technically it was more about me using it religiously and convincing myself of how great it was working when it actually wasn’t doing much at all.
On the upside, I really appreciate the trend they created because the dark spot world was sadly lacking and now the market is saturated with a slew of options for correcting hyper pigmentation, dark spots, and sun damage. Praise the skincare gods!
I have a small amount of hyper pigmentation I’d like to correct that’s located on my jawline/lower cheek area so I’ve been trying every single dark spot corrector around.
Believe me I’ve been through numerous bottles that promise me the world and by far the best one I’ve tried is Philosophy’s Miracle Worker Dark Spot Corrector.
You NEED this.
Guess who’s back for Easter?
Everyone’s favorite chickie!
Sugar Chick is Philosophy’s version of a sugar coated marshmallow scent in a shower gel format without having to deal with those evil peeps (they plan to take over the world, be ware! Peep apocalypse!).
I miss the cute packaging from last year but happy I can still snatch this one up as it is my all time fav shower gel from Philosophy.
Start celebrating Easter now in your shower.
Available at www.philosophy.com
Philosophy has a knack for introducing some sort of fruits and cream collection around Spring, don’t they? Peaches and Cream, Apricots and Cream, etc…
Sometimes traditions are nice.
Take a look at their latest cream creation.
Good Morning Sunshine.
Take a deep breath, smell that? It’s the sweet smell of eau de wet dog aka Hope in a Jar. It’s been a while since I’ve owned a jar of Hope in a Jar but I remember and recall very distinctively its awful smell. It’s the top reason I simply couldn’t get on board with it.
All of the Philosophy Miracle Worker products are on my hit list and I use them daily but Hope in a Jar is something that will never grace my vanity again.
Let’s hope the new Philosophy Take a Deep Breath Oil Free Energizing Oxygen Gel Cream Moisturizer doesn’t fall victim to the scent of wet dog.
Higher levels of SPF are typically found in tinted moisturizers. Seems like SPF remains the most stable in tinted moisturizers and wears the best. I notice anything with a high level of SPF in a foundation either gives my face a white cast or ends up separating the foundation formula.
I do think that, what I dubbed the “year of the SPF”, will continue this Summer with foundations sporting higher and higher sun protection. Last Summer, SPF took front seat and we saw SPF products with levels of 50 and above. The year before, it seemed 30 and under were the trend. Granted, this is within the US of course.
Lucky enough, someone finally woke up, and last Summer we saw some great products with higher levels of SPF than ever before.
That’s why I’m quite excited to check out the new Philosophy Divine Flawless Foundation which sports a whooping SPF 50. This is possibly the highest level of SPF I’ve ever seen in a foundation product here in the US market.
Take a look!