Review: Philosophy, when hope is not enough, omega 3-6-9 replenishing oil

review Philosophy, when hope is not enough, omega 3-6-9 replenishing oil.Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve likely heard about the many health benefits of omega fatty acids and their effects on cardiovascular health. With the belief that what’s good for the heart is good for the skin, the team at Philosophy have created an evening oil that supports the skin’s renewal process and fights ageing.

Product name: Philosophy, when hope is not enough, omega 3-6-9 replenishing oil.

What it does: Chock-full of Omega fatty acids including 3 and 6 and unsaturated omega-9, the oil assists in stimulating the skin’s natural renewal process while restoring previous damage. The lightweight oil hydrates the skin, and importantly, protects it from free radical damage that causes aging; and supports moisture retention.

Results: I’ve been using this product for a week and noticed my skin looks radiant, smooth and supple. The oil is easily absorbed, and I noticed a reduction in visible lines mostly on my forehead and around the eye area.

How to use: Place up to five drops of the oil on your fingertips and massage into the skin in an upward motion. This product should be applied after cleansing and to dry skin. Recommended for evening use.

Skin types: All skin types. Dry skin types will love this product, especially in winter.

Price: RRP $60

The verdict: A great product at a competitive price. It instantly boosts radiance, leaving your complexion with a healthy glow. I also noticed a reduction in fine lines caused by dehydration and can confirm it assists with moisture retention.

Where to buy: Philosophy skincare is available at leading David Jones stores nationally. To find your nearest stockist visit the Philosophy website.

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