For the one you love…

Philosophy has two great new products that would be a perfect Valentine’s gift for anyone you want to show your love to.

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This makes me hungry for popcorn!

Philosophy I Love Red Licorice

What it is:
A two-piece sweet treat for head-to-toe delight.

What it does:
Bask in the essence of a yummy cult classic with Philosophy I Love Red Licorice. Score calorie-free sweet tooth satisfaction with Philosophy’s gentle, lavish lather and highly emollient, soothing, pout-perfecting gloss. This delicious duo is a limited-edition must-have, perfect for the person who wishes for a decadent bath and shower; silky skin; and soft, shiny lips.

What else you need to know:
Go ahead and indulge in the pleasure of irresistible flavor—minus the guilt!

This set includes:
- 8.0 oz Red Licorice Shampoo, Shower Gel & Bubble Bath
- 0.5 oz Red Licorice Flavored Lip Shine

$20.00 Philosophy I Love Red Licorice

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Philosophy Candy Hearts Lip Duo
What it is:
A sweet lip gloss duet.

What it does:
A sweet kiss says it all, so flavor your statement with Philosophy Candy Hearts Lip Duo. Make your lips luscious and delicious with two irresistible flavors—pink bubbly and angel food cake. These smooth, glossy, mouthwatering lip shines soothe and moisturize lips while providing a sheer sheen. Show your lips some love with this seriously tasty treat.

What else you need to know:
If you want the alluring effects of a high-shine, high-flavor lip balm, or if you or someone you know is a lip gloss junkie, the Philosophy Candy Hearts Lip Duo is for you!

This set includes:
- 0.5 oz Luv U Angel Food Cake Flavored Lip Shine
- 0.5 oz Smooch Pinkly Bubbly Flavored Lip Shine

$20.00 Philosophy Candy Hearts Lip Duo


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