Skin care gifts can look sooooo dull but this one from Philosophy (a Boots exclusive) is packaged beautifully. I think it’s difficult to take Philosophy skin care seriously when they’re better known for their distinctive bubbles but some of their products are really very good. I featured Purity facial wash in my first BBB Beauty Box and it got a very good response with many people saying they would buy again which has to be the ultimate accolade.
I’ve also used the Micro Delivery Triple Acid Brightening Peel (not as scary as it sounds) and that’s also a great product that gives an excellent exfoliation. I haven’t used the other three products; Hope In A Jar moisturiser, When Hope Is Not Enough Facial Serum and Eye Hope – and I think the price of £35 is pretty good. I noticed it’s on an on-line offer for 1200 Boots Points when you spend £75 or more on premium beauty, so if you’re doing a big Christmas shop, then it might be something to take advantage of. Find it HERE.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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