Philosophy’s Amazing Grace fragrance always makes me feel girly, clean and fresh. It’s a light, soft floral scent with a touch of musk, and many of the Amazing Grace products are among Philosophy’s bestsellers companywide.
Over the years, Philosophy has introduced a host of different body care products in Amazing Grace. I’m a girl who loves her showers (no camping unless there’s running water, yo!), and I’ve tried several of the Amazing Grace scented bath gels, lotions and scrubs. Here are just a few of my favorites!
Don’t be fooled by Perfumed Buffing Wash’s (shown above) girly packaging because it’s no joke. The bottle claims it’s a gentle wash, but I’ve used this stuff to buff the heck out of the roughest parts of the skin on my elbows and feet. Fine exfoliating grains make it a highly effective deep cleanser. $26 for a 16-oz. bottle. Makeup and Beauty Blog Rating: A+
All forms of body hair removal annoy me to no end, but I can deal with Perfumed Shave Gel ($15 for a 7 oz tube). It makes the act of shaving almost pleasant, and the gel’s thick, moisturizing texture helps deliver close shaves. I wish it were a bit cheaper, but a little goes a long way. $15 for a 7-oz. tube. Makeup and Beauty Blog Rating: B+
Perfumed Body Spritz is perfect for those hot summer days when you don’t want to wear a heavy fragrance. It’s a moisturizing, lightly scented body mist, and I keep my bottle in the fridge (right next to the ketchup, LOL) for a refreshing, crisp pick-me-up when I’m dying from the heat. $25 for an 8-oz. bottle. Makeup and Beauty Blog Rating: A+
Catch a whiff of these Philosophy Amazing Grace products in person at Sephora or Nordstrom stores.
Later this week, I’m taking close looks at each of the three new MAC Mineralize collections that dropped today. Are they worth the hype? I hope so. MAC rarely lets me down.
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,
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