Philosophy Fresh Cream Shampoo, Shower Gel and Bubble Bath
I loved the Philosophy Fresh Cream Spray Fragrance, so I knew I’d enjoy the matching Philosophy Fresh Cream Shampoo, Shower Gel and Bubble Bath. The Philosophy 3 in 1 shampoo, shower gel and bubble baths are their most iconic product which are beasts at 480ml but they’re often included within Philosopy QVC TSV deals in a variety of different scents. I have had the Philosophy Peppermint Stick Shampoo, Shower Gel and Bubble Bath and I loved it, so I couldn’t wait to try the Philosophy Fresh Cream Shampoo, Shower Gel and Bubble Bath.
“Indulge in philosophy’s most-loved fresh cream scent. the multitasking, 3-in-1 formula provides a rich, foaming lather to cleanse and condition, leaving skin and hair feeling silky soft. indulge in the sweet creamy scent, and celebrate!
this indulging blend of creamy vanilla, sweet macadamia and spun sugar is a delightfully smooth silky treat. enjoy the essence of fresh whipped cream, enhanced by soft floral notes of almond blossom and heliotrope, and decadent vanilla milk and tonka bean.“
The bottles are big and I do wish they had a pump dispenser and I’ve dropped the bottles so many times in the shower with wet soapy hand and they’re bloody heavy and painful when dropped on your foot, let me tell you. I have never tried the 3 in 1’s as a shampoo as I have a very dry scalp, and prefer to use a more hydrating shampoo formula but I love that they can be used on your hair, on your body and in the bath as it’s rare to find a product that can do all three.
If you like sickly sweet scents, you’ll really like the Fresh Cream scent which in my opinion smells more like icing on a cream cake, rather than actual fresh cream. I really like to use them as shower gels as they lather so nicely, and leave the skin so soft and smooth. The scent is quite subtle compared to the spray fragrance, and it doesn’t linger on the skin as much as I wish it would but it’s a lovely product nonetheless.
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