I tend to over rotate my skincare. I used to be a diehard Lush Skincare kinda girl and wouldn’t use much of anything else. Philosophy was also one my top favorite skincare brands (still is actually!). I think my blog is part of the reason my skincare is often rotating as I’m constantly trying new things but I also think I’m just slightly obsessed with finding my holy grail eye cream or the greatest moisturizer every (even though I’m already using something that works incredibly well).
But there are skincare items I purchase over and over and over again! These are the products I use often! The products I’d want with me if I got stranded on a tropical island!
I happen to be a diehard Philosophy Miracle Worker fan girl so when I heard there was a new Philosophy Ultimate Miracle Worker Face & Eye Cream I got terribly excited!
The two newest Miracle Worker products get a launch early at QVC.com and come together as a duo for $82. They make their debut on June 13th on the Philosophy QVC show.
The new Ultimate Miracle Worker Multi-Rejuvenating Cream is an anti-aging formula with an SPF 30 and the Ultimate Miracle Worker Multi-Rejuvenating Cream contains an SPF 15. It’s such a rarity for eye cream to include SPF so this is quite exciting!
I feel like ordering the duo now but I want to hear more about it so I’ll be tuning in June 13th when it makes its official debut.
Philosophy When Hope is Not Enough Balm is a new to Philosophy’s Hope family. It actually sounds very promising as it’s formulated with peptides, antioxidants, omega 3, 6, and 9 as well as skin brighteners.
Totally pulling a Stefan here when I say “This place has it everything!” Problem? Jar packaging!
I remember going absolutely coo coo for cocoa puffs in 2007 when Philosophy Pink Lemonade launched. I’m a little more reserved at the introduction of Philosophy Iced Mint Lemonade but just barely. I mean I’m not running around the flailing my arms around besides you can’t see me, I’m not admitting to a damn thing.
But yeah, Philosophy Iced Mint Lemonade could prove exciting because, well, my love affair with Philosophy has been on the rocks and I really sure could use something new and exciting to refresh our relationship and spice things up a bit.