Cosmetics are just like men and play an important role in our lives. In order to love someone, you must first judge them. At least you can ask the same questions to judge a man either your cosmetics.
Hunter Niels went on a date with the new fragrance of Philosophy – hope in a jar night.
1. Love at first sight?
Night masks are part of my ritual before I go to sleep. First some push-ups, than shower, and finish with a night mask. So I couldn’t wait to go to bed with Philosophy ‘hope in a jar night’.
2. Where does he come from?
In 1996 Philosophy was founded in the USA. Philosophy is celebrates the human spirit with skin care.
3. How would you describe him?
It’s a soft, subtle and effective night moisturizer for daily use. For me personally it gifts rest to use a night masks so I will sleep better, which is obviously a good start for a healthy skin. However I did notice I had a healthy glow after using Philosophy ‘hope in a jar night’ for a while. And most important, some people even thought I went on a holiday because I looked so tanned and fresh. So I guess it does his job. I noticed my skin was more even. One critical note, I had to get used to the smell in the beginning.
4. What attracted you the most about him?
The phrase ‘hope in a jar’ got me immediately. I was very curious and had good hope the night cream will do his work.
5. What is his financial status?
Hope in a jar night of Philosophy is for all skin types, and costs 38,70 EUR.
6. Where did you meet him?
Philosophy ‘hope in a jar night’ is available at most luxury beauty boutiques. From Sephora to Ici Paris XL.
7. One night stand or long term relationship?
Long term relationship, if I already saw results after the first week, I’m curious what the ‘hope in a jar’ will bring after a month.