Musings of a Muse

A Blog of Musings from a Cosmetic Whore

Jan 20, 2009

Philosophy Red Licorice Shower Gel Review

It all started with black licorice. But not being satisfied with just black, Philosophy had to go and tempt the Muse with red licorice.

You may or may not know it but Philosophy Red Licorice Shower Gel has been around a few months now but just recently popped it's pretty head into Sephora so of course upon seeing it at Sephora the Muse was all about picking it up and trying it out for herself.

And boy oh boy is it good. You needs it now please.

Philosophy Red Licorice is a dead on dupe for that pack of Twizzlers you probably reach for when you're out at movie with friends or when you want a quick low calorie snack. It's amazing how accurately they captured the scent. Strawberry sweetness mixed with that slightly plastic scent that the Muse associates with red licorice makes for an amazingly luscious shower gel!

Truly this one is a keeper!

How much can possibly be said in a review of a shower gel right? I won't rave on and on and on but I will say that I think you really need to try this one especially if you're a lover of sweeter scents or absolutely adore red licorice.

Loves this one!

Philosophy Shower Gels offer plenty of luxurious suds and can be used on your hair, in your bath, or in your shower! Multitasking with red licorice? Likey.

Snag this one!

It's Muse Approved for purchase in a major way!

Tried it already?

Loves it?

Tell the Muse!

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