Philosophy The Great Mystery Reviews
Product Type: Philosophy body care
Description:Brand: Philosophy / Type: Face Care / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types
Newest Review: ... me more trusting of them. I happened to be in Boots when I stumbled across the Philosophy range in their store, which I ... more
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Philosophy The Great Mystery, 141.8g
A fast - acting paste designed to cleanse, purify, exfoliate, con ...
Last Update 08.12.2013 23:32
Customer Philosophy The Great Mystery Reviews (4)
by - written on 19/06/13 (Very useful, 10 readings)
Philosophy is one of those brands that I seem to 'come and go' with. I tend to use their products, try other brands for a while, but always keep coming back. I think this is because I try find products which give such good results quickly as Philosophy does, but then find nothing can compare, and I am always impressed when I use Philosophy products again. Another thing I enjoy about the Philosophy range is the little nuggets of wisdom that are on all the packaging. It certainly draws my attention to products and somehow makes me more trusting of them. I happened to be in Boots when I stumbled across the Philosophy range in their store, which I think they have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/03/10 (Very useful, 33 readings)
I first tried this when my mum brought a huge size of it from a shopping channel. I am a big fan of skincare, particularly Philosophy and couldn't wait to try it. When I saw it I coudn't believe it. It is a very gentle exfoliator, so gentle it can be used daily! This is great for me because although I do have sensitive skin, I also get blocked pores sometimes and this helps to keep them clean, without being harsh and drying. To use you just rub it lightly over a moist face (in the shower is perfect) untill it turns white, then you have 2 options. You can either wash it straight off or you can leave it on for more of a treatment. It is described as a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/02/10 (Very useful, 85 readings)
Philosophy is one of those aspirational 'lifestyle' brands that promote a strong image, in this case of spirituality and a thoughtful attitude to life. I guess the name Philosophy is meant to reflect this. The range has evolved from a company called bio-medic, who produce medical grade skin care for post (cosmetic/reconstructive) surgery patients, and as such are were designed for intensely sensitive skins. Christina Carlino was the founder of Bio-Medic, and then moved on to found Philosophy, building on the experience and findings of the Bio-Medic company. Philosophy also create a range of natural (in appearance) cosmetics, and their overall ethos is 'the best make . Read the complete review
by - written on 12/01/10 (15 readings)
Philosophy "The Great Mystery". The only mystery with this product is why people buy it in the first place! I have tried a LOT of cleansers in my time and I am the marketing gurus perfect consumer as I do believe eveything they tell me ( I know, I know), so when I saw the demonstration for this on QVC I thought, well lets give it a go, how bad can it be? The answer to that question is Bad, REALLY bad!! I am lucky enough to have good skin, I hardly ever get breakouts or blemishes until I used this goo. It has a very thick vaseline like consistency which is supposed to turn white after a minute of being on the skin to show you its working, it ... Read the complete review
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