I've only been trialling Philosophy's new Miracle Worker Overnight moisturiser for a few weeks, and I'm already impressed. The cream is velvety and light, almost souffle like in texture, and it absorbs quickly into the skin and leaving it feeling well moisturised and very, very smooth. I've found that it does need to be applied to absolutely clean skin or you'll get those little strands of product appearing as you rub it in.
I absolutely love the scent - to my nose it has a gloriously orangey-cocoa scent, which makes it smell faintly of a grown up, sophisticated chocolate orange. Other reviewers have said that it smells virtually scent free or smells of mushrooms, though, so if you're sensitive to scented products it's probably worth having a sniff in store before purchasing.
As for the effects, I've not quite been using it long enough to see the results - I can say that my skin already feels smoother and softer. My frown lines and slight crow's feet seem a little less noticeable, too. At £45 for a stuffed-to-the-gills 60ml pot, Miracle Worker Overnight is around the average mark for a department store brand anti-aging moisturiser. Find it now at the Philosophy website - I'll report back in a few more weeks on my final thoughts.
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