Philosophy's Miracle Worker - did it change my perspective?

 Philosophy's Miracle Worker

Philosophy's Miracle Worker

I'm super lazy when bedtime rolls around and anything that stands in the way of my head hitting the pillow is viewed as a major stumbling block. The next day's work clothes wind up not getting ironed, my lunch is left unmade and my gym bag remains unpacked. Lots of 'uns' and I often convince myself I can scurry my hyde in the wee hours -- let's be honest, in reality I don't. I'm an immovable lump in the AM, just ask Scott.

Despite all this, I do manage to wash off the day's war paint from my face. So I figured, as long as it didn't take up too much time, I'd treat my skin to Philosophy's Miracle Worker. It only takes a few swipes, right?

Without getting too Science-y on you, I'll attempt to explain what a retinoid is. Retinoids are closely related to Vitamin A (hence, why you sometimes see the letter 'A' referenced; Vitamin A helps to maintain healthy skin, hair, bones and other soft tissues). Retinoids aid with cell turnover, which is something that slows as we age. In order to combat matured skin, a product such as Miracle Worker attempts to turn back the hands of time.

What else does Miracle Worker do? Philosophy stated the following..

 "In an independent clinical study based on 4 weeks of use, 92% of subjects showed improvement in overall signs of ageing: reduces skin discolouration, restores a healthy glow to dull skin and revitalises the appearance of sun-damaged skin."

It's been almost eight weeks since I started using Miracle Worker and I really see no difference. Perhaps, I think, I'm not the intended demographic. In 10 years' time it might be worthwhile for me to reintroduce Miracle Worker to my skin.

No harm, no foul -- it's just not my time. 

The Bagful breakdown:

Total amount for Philosophy's Miracle Worker:

Value for money spent (performance and quality):

  • I can't accurately rate this product.

Would another purchase be on the horizon?:

  • Recently I repurchased Philosophy's Amazing Grace. It's like taking a whiff of a cloud.

*PR sample provided –  Thoughts and ramblings written here are completely my own. 

//Sources: 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Retinoid 

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/002400.htm