WIT Therapy

May 22, 2008

Let’s face it, every WIT should take care of her skin– moisturize and slap on sunscreen. I have to confess, I’m a product junkie. I’m a sucker for trying the latest and greatest organic lotion, lip plumping gloss, gravity defying mascara, eye-popping liner, and illuminating-mineral-zinc-xyz-powder. I digress.

For years, I have used the same Clinique “dramatically different moisturizing lotion,” a staple product in my entire household that even my younger brother started using, to freshin’ up his already uber-soft face. (I hope he isn’t reading this.) I have combination skin– more dry than oily, some days a mess, but most days just normal with a few occasional stubborn breakouts. After years of using the same familiar yellow lotion, I decided to try Philosophy’s “Hope in a Jar,” a top selling cream that is acclaimed to be.. well.. hope in a jar.

Photo Courtesy: Sephora

One word can describe the cream- decadent. It’s light, airy, smells a hint of eucalyptus (I think I just made that up), cold to the touch and truly wonderous. I’m quite the sucker for clever lines, and I HAD to buy after I read the jar, “Where there is hope, there can be faith, where there is faith miracles occur.” Sold. What better way to start my day, therapy for the skin and the soul. Now let’s hope this jar can work wonders in the dating world.

A little more about Hope in a Jar:
Hope in a Jar
What it is: A therapeutic daily facial moisturizer for all skin types.

What it is formulated to do:
The original formula of Hope In A Jar was originally created for the medical market and is a world-renowned skin cream. For years, plastic surgeons have been recommending this formula to patients in pursuit of younger, healthier skin. Results can be seen and felt within days – a healthy, rosy glow to the skin that doesn’t require makeup or cover up.

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