A-D philosophy tried & true skin care favoritesAuto-Delivery
What is it: A set of tried-and-true skin care favorites with purity made simple one-step facial cleanser, hope in a jar original formula moisturizer, and when hope is not enough facial firming serum. With this handy auto-delivery plan, you'll receive a new shipment approximately every 60 days for one year. Who is it for: Anyone looking for a simple skin care routine that will change their skin; anyone who's never tried philosophy before and is looking for an easy way to get into the brand; anyone who wants a healthy-looking glow; and anyone who wants to experience philosophy's most-loved skin care. Why is it different: This set includes three of philosophy's most long-lasting and beloved skin care products. One try and you'll be hooked. purity made simple one-step facial cleanser does it all: cleanses, hydrates, tones, and removes makeup, including eye makeup. when hope is not enough facial firming serum is loaded with antioxidants and skin-loving ingredients to help improve firmness. hope in a jar is a lightweight, world-famous, antioxidant-rich moisturizer that features a unique souffle texture. It's designed to hydrate and gently resurface throughout the day in just one step, giving your skin a healthy-looking, radiant glow. This is the ideal skin care routine for anyone looking for no-fuss, healthy-looking skin. How do I use it: Gently massage a quarter-sized amount of purity made simple one-step facial cleanser onto a lightly damp face and massage for 30 to 60 seconds. Rinse and pat dry. Use morning and evening. Follow with appropriate treatment and moisturizer. Apply hope in a jar original formula moisturizer for all skin types to a clean face one to two times per day. philosophy recommends your favorite philosophy eye cream (sold separately) for the eye area. Apply when hope is not enough facial firming serum morning and evening after cleansing and before moisturizer. Place three to four drops in palm of the hands and apply to face and neck. Avoid the eye area. From philosophy.