Philosophy Introducing Hope In A Jar Night

 

philosophy hope in a jar night

philosophy hope in a jar night

Philosophy is proud to launch a new addition to its award-winning Hope In A Jar, a moisturizer that gently hydrates, exfoliates, and protects the skin and is greatly loved by celebrities and dermatologist. A new product for the night, introducing the Hope In A Jar Night.

Do you know Oprah Winfrey has named Philosophy’s star moisturizer, Hope In A Jar, as one of her favorite products?

philosophy hope in a jar night

Redefine Your Beauty Sleep

Your skin repairs and renew itself while you sleep. New skin cells grow and replace older cells. Hence it’s essential to take advantage of those precious eight hours as your skin goes into repair mode. So after removing all make-up and residue on the skin, a night cream will gently help your skin’s rejuvenation process. Say goodnight to fine lines, uneven skin tone and roughness. and wake up having a smoother and youthful skin.

Your skin actually does most of its repair work between the golden hours of 10:30pm and 2am, and I will strongly advise you to sleep during the hours. It actually makes a big difference if I sleep after 2am. My skin will appear dry, rough and dull-looking in the next morning.

philosophy hope in a jar night

Hope In A Jar Night, an intense retexturizing moisturizer, helps redefine your beauty sleep with a gentle dose of glycolic acid that allows deeper penetration into the skin that stimulates cell regeneration and plump up fine lines. Its exclusive gradual release system reduces any potential for irritation whilst delivery a more intensive concentration of actives.

philosophy hope in a jar night

philosophy hope in a jar night

Hope In A Jar Night has a richer creamy texture (as compared to Hope In A Jar Oil-free Gel, seen above) that doesn’t leave any greasy residue upon application. Skin feels smooth and hydrated.

philosophy hope in a jar night

Hope In A Jar Night contains a handful of moisturizing ingredients such as isononyl isononanoate, glycern, squalane, cetyl alcohol and caprylic/capric triglyceride which are beneficial to the skin. It also contains potent exfoliating ingredients like glycolic acid and gluconolactone. It is also enriched with antioxidants and cell-communicating ingredients such as ascorbyl glucoside, arginine and adenosine.

Based on the listed ingredients, Hope In A Jar Night seems to be a pretty good night cream. I may be trying it real soon.

Hope In A Jar Night, retailing at S$64 in 60ml, is now available at all Philosophy counters.

 

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