Unlike a lot of other face creams that leave my skin feeling overloaded, this is a pleasure to use and really has injected some much needed moisture into my parched skin. The formula also contains three illuminators, including prickly pear and asian fruit extract, for an instant glow that helps you to look and feel radiant; considering that us women in our 30's have a tendency to burn the candle at both ends, it's a welcome inclusion. I can't say I've noticed any huge difference to my skin tone or texture in the last few weeks, but there is a slight change around my eye area which has seen me reduce the amount of concealer and highlighter I'm turning to. For me, the most important thing is that these two products are a pleasure to apply and don't cause me any problems; they don't sting or irritate, there's no overwhelming fragrance, the texture doesn't 'peel' or flake away from my skin, nor does it take an age to be absorbed. The first stage in getting women to look after their skin is developing products that make it easy - and Philosophy have done just that.
Renewed Hope In A Jar launches 1st April nationwide. The face moisturiser is priced £35.50 and the eye cream priced £29.50.