Happy Monday! Now I don’t know about you. But there are some skincare cult classics that I’ve been desperate to try. Skincare cult classics that have won hundreds of awards and thousands of fan’s around the world. And at the top of my list is Philosophy. Their known for their amazing range of skincare that works wonders on your skin. And if you haven’t had the chance to sample their selections before. Then here are three cult classics from Philosophy that are worth investing in.
Renewed hope in jar moisturizer £35.50
This is probably my favourite product I’ve tried so far. It’s an absolutely lovely moisturiser that grants you three of the most demanding skin wishes. Refined texture and pores. All day hydration. And a continuous healthy colour and glow. I love how lightweight it is, and how quickly it absorbs into my skin. When using it in the morning, it makes the perfect base for makeup. And when using it in the evening, it leaves my skin looking and feeling smoother in the morning. What more do you need from a moisturiser?
Take a deep breath oil-free oxygenating eye gel cream £24
Now as someone who suffers with dark circles. I’m forever searching for an eye cream that can make me look as if I’ve had a lot more sleep than I really have! And this one is lovely! It’s a lightweight and cooling eye gel cream that refreshes and rejuvenates your tired eyes. The barley leaf extract helps to increase oxygen levels in your skin to revitalise. While active caffeine and a blend of peptides smooth any puffiness while improving the look of dark circles.
Purity made simple 3-in-1 cleanser £8.50
Now this is a real cult classic from Philosophy. It’s won so many awards and I’ve lost count of how many samples of this I’ve tried over the years. But it’s honestly such a lovely cleanser! It’s a one-step daily facial cleanser that removes makeup, cleanses, tones and lightly hydrates the skin. It’s fab at dissolving the day’s dirt, oil and makeup to deeply clean the pores while maintaining the skin’s moisture levels.
You can find a range of Philosophy skincare at John Lewis.
What do you think of these Philosophy cult classics? Have you tried any of them?