12 Days of Christmas Must Haves Day 5- The Ultimate Moisturiser Philosophy's Hope in A Jar

Moisturisers are a notoriously tricky buy, there are so many, they don't all work the same and it is trial and error until you get one that works for you. I find that when I use a product and it is consistently good I have to share.

I know this is a product I've already talked about through the year but I had to put it in my 12 Days of Christmas Must Haves. I have skin that mainly likes being left alone, but a moisturiser is essential. I've worn moisturisers which have clogged my pores, been too perfumed, too wet, too thick it is a minefield.

One of the things I get asked the most is 'what's the best moisturiser?' Well this is going to be different for anyone you ask but for me the best moisturiser around is Philosophy's Hope in a Jar I tell anyone I come into contact with about it.

Ok let me make my case here girls, firstly it's a really really light texture. Is called a whipped soufflé texture but I think it kind of feels like you're putting water on your face as it is so easily spread and so light. I use it in the morning and at night and it has never clogged my pores or brought me out in a break out, which would be my main problem with a lot of moisturisers. It just works, gives me moisture in my skin and fights off the fine lines. I can't recommend it highly enough, I'm currently about to buy my third pot of it so that's my indication that I like it.

I also should point out that it's the moisturiser Oprah and JK Rowling use, which is rather impressive as they are two ladies with an awful lot of disposable income. I always thought Oprah would be using some kind of revolutionary rare orchid paste but there you go.

So girls in answer to the question what do I think is the best moisturiser? This one!

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