Philosophy Hope in a Jar Reviews
Product Type: Philosophy body care
Description:Brand: Philosophy / Texture: Cream / Type: Moisturiser / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types
Newest Review: ... fine for all skin types. This makes me wonder about all those products out there that claim to be for all different kinds of ... more
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Philosophy Hope In a Jar Moisturizer (AllSkin Types) - 56.7g/2oz
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Last Update 19.12.2013 17:13
Customer Philosophy Hope in a Jar Reviews (16)
by Sara - written on 07/03/08
Absolutely what is says on the tin! I've experienced buying everything on the market you name it. But some say this is an expensive product? Well, I've folked out for more than £28.00 for 2oz a jar and I have something that you can only purchase from Harrods and I am out to tell you this This product is the best I have ever used. Finally I have got to tell you that 1) works with combination skin 2) corrects your skin straight away and does not leave you oily or dry 3) great to wear under make up or alone 4) the smell is so refreshing it smells like earthy not perfume. this tells me its a good product to be honest Go for it, invest ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/02/08 (Useful, 736 readings)
I have been using this moisturiser for the past few months after buying it in a set from QVC, this contained the cleanser (purity), eye cream (hope in a tube eye and lip), exfoliating wash and the moisturiser(hope in a jar) from the philosophy range and the exfoliating set. I`ve wanted to try this for a while cos it just sounded so good when Lee from Qvc was going on about it so when i saw this set for £45.00 i grabbed it, they say you see visible results in 3 days. I wanted to try this as my skin was generally good but it was very dull looking and slightly uneven and my eye lines were fairly dehydrated. So off I went with my new box of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/02/05, updated on 14/02/05 (Very useful, 6919 readings)
This is my first time writing a review for ANYTHING, so sorry in advance if I leave out any important info. Well, I'll start with my skin 'problems' - I have an oily forehead, dry and flaky patches on my nose and cheeks, large pores on my cheeks, and prone to having reactions to most skincare products. I am also really lazy and can't be bothered with a strict beauty regime. As a result, I am 26 with lines around my eyes, dark bags under my eyes and an uneven/patchy skin tone. I decided enough was enough and that I needed to start cleansing/moisturising etc on a daily basis with decent stuff to try and stop the damage that was obviously being done to my face. I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/04/11, updated on 10/04/11 (Very useful, 133 readings)
I must admit, I have always been dubious when it comes to spending more than £10 on beauty products, as I have always found cheap and cheerful ones to do the job just fine for my liking. However, as I have always had "problem skin" and still do, my Mum thought this product might help. =====Philosophy===== Philosophy state that they believe make-up should be optional so their products claim to make not wearing make-up easier for women to achieve. =====The Product===== The moisturiser is pure white in colour and not that thrilling to look at. It is fragrance free so only smells like an E45 or similar product smells. It comes in a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/03/10, updated on 03/03/10 (Very useful, 183 readings)
Hope in a Jar *********** Unfortunately l do not have the funds to spend a fortune on moisturising products, and even if l did l probably would choose not to. I often think that cheaper alternatives often seem just as good, and in some cases better. However l do like to look after my skin and l moisturise daily. A while ago now, someone l know went to New York, and on their return, they gave me a lovely gift set from the Philosophy range. Inside were various items, but the item l love most is Hope in a Jar. On the Jar it says, Philosophy: where there is hope there can be faith, where there is faith miracles can ... Read the complete review
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