September 22, 2011

Philosophy Cozy Christmas Shower Gel and Body Lotion for Holiday 2011

I have a feeling it’s going to be a cozy Christmas with Philosophy!


Philosophy Cozy Christmas Comforting Vanilla Jasmine Body Lotion $16
Features natural oils and shea butter for silky soft skin and a comforting vanilla jasmine scent.

Philosophy Cozy Christmas Comforting Vanilla Jasmine Shower Gel $16
Comforting vanilla jasmine shampoo, shower gel & bubble bath provides you with some much-needed relaxation.

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Dontcha find Vanilla and Jasmine really complex for Philosophy? It’s interesting where they are going with scents lately!

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  • Eve

    Hm, vanilla and jasmine don’t really make me think “cozy” but I guess they’re trying something new besides cinnamon, apple, cloves, etc.

  • Ruth

    There is nothing as revolting to me than the smell of vanilla, yuck ! I much prefer a soft floral scent to my body lotions.

  • Laura

    Yuck!! I saw cozy and christmas and thought “yay a fireside kind of scent ” but alas its just as sweet and gourmand as their other scents. And i hate vanilla too. I do not like smelling like food. 🙁

  • Nik

    Christina isn’t with Philosophy anymore right? This kind seems anti Philosophy. I think that with the oils and butters, the scents smell off after a few months. I’m sticking with their fragrances, but haven’t been buying their shower gels :/

  • Nik

    I remember her saying a while back on qvc, that she was no longer with philosophy, but would make some appearances to talk about the products she believed in. I love Christina, I don’t like some of the recent philosophy products. I remember eternal grace came out, on qvc she flat out said, “I wouldn’t wear this” (!!!) and looked disgusted and disappointed! I like summer grace, I wonder if divine is any good and if she is asked her opinion still!