What’s the use of spending all that money on top-line cosmetics if they simply don’t last on your skin? A primer that acts as a base – as well a sun protector and cover for fine lines and skin imperfections – sounds interesting, but how does it work in the real world? You can find out from the philosophy Primers Reviews pages. There, people who have actually purchased and used these products give their opinions on how well they work, the value versus the cost and their ease of use.
You can trust philosophy Primers Reviews because these are the opinions of real-life women who simply want to share their experiences. Do the claims stand up to the reality of day-to-day use? Check the philosophy Primers Reviews to find out. There’s a wealth of information, including the reviewers’ skin types and age ranges, so you can gauge how their experiences apply to you. They’ll tell you their opinions on the value versus cost, the ease of use and their overall impressions of the products. Reading the philosophy Primers Reviews is like getting free advice from friends!
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-7/5/2007 3:50:08 AM
Although I'm a girly girl, I have never liked wearing foundation - just lip gloss & eye makeup. This product gives me the finished look that I want without the feeling of being overdone.
-6/19/2007 1:57:35 PM
this product is great over hope in a jar and then covered with supernatural make-up. You could also do it alone. It gave my skin a smoother looking surface, minimizing pores and reducing appearance of fine lines. I have sensitive skin and this did not aggravate it but almost seemed to protect it.
Best primer on the market!
-5/29/2007 5:15:57 PM
I was blown away at how wonderful this product works to fill in lines and pores!Even better,it smoothes out any acne scars (aka, pitts and ice pick scars)! What a great before makeup primer, better than Photo Finish by Smashbox! Well worth the money,as the tube contains enough for 60+ applications!
-4/28/2007 11:51:20 AM
Supernatural is an excellent product when I do not want to wear foundation. I wear Supernatural every weekend, my skkin loves it. It goes on so easily and blends with my skintone, leaving a soft glow. This product is my holy grail on the days I do not want to wear foundation. My skin looks great in it!
I found it!
-4/25/2007 10:17:48 PM
I have been looking for the prefect tinted moisturizer, and the search is over. This leaves my skin soft, silky, and smooth. I can apply foundation or nothing at all. I LOVE having the choice. That makes it all worth wild. Thanks Philosophy for filling another need for me. =)
Just an ordinary moisturizer
-2/25/2007 2:32:08 AM
This did nothing for me. Just moisturizes and makes my face a bit less shiny. But it didnt make my skin smoother and more flawless at all (I have combination skin with some acne scars). It was a bit "wax like", but that didnt bother me.
Can't be without it!
-1/21/2007 9:02:14 AM
Best primer. I have combination skin and love it. The consistency is thick, however,I put a small amt. on the back of my hand then I smooth a thin layer over my entire face and neck. You have to give it a few minutes, but it will absorb. I use The Present clear powder under it in the summertime. In the winter I think it gives my face that added layer of proteciton against the cold. I can't say enough about it.
Nice on days off!
-1/21/2007 8:55:44 AM
I like to use this on my days off, especially in the warmer months. A little too heavy to wear under makeup. Doesn't absorb as well as The Present Clear Makeup. Don't care for the consistency of product. Great that it has an SPF and a tint. But if you need makeup.I think this is a waste of money.Use a foundation with SPF.
-1/8/2007 6:24:55 AM
This has become one of my won't-be-without-it products! The premise seemed a bit odd to me - clear makeup?! - but I've used other primers so I was willing to give it a try. This is the only one I'll use now. It really will make your skin look better, even if you don't put anything over it. I only use powder foundations, like the supernatural, but I find that just translucent powder over it is just as good! Great on it's own, too. And very affordable! By the way - I also purchased On a Clear Day skin protector for problem skin - it's the exact same product! But at $25 for 2 oz vs. $15 for 1 oz, this is the better buy.
Not All That
-11/2/2006 5:56:46 AM
I was so excited to try this after all the raves. I was very disapointed. The "tint" is barely there, and for me who needs an actually tint or some makeup, it did nothing to make me look good. I tried it under my mineral makeup, and it was a litltle better, but then later my blush had come off -- and it never comes off usuallly. My thoughts: I don't need it as a primer either.
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