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16-Ounce philosophy Shampoo, Shower & Bubble Bath Gel (Various Scents) EXPIRED

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Macys.com [macys.com] has 16-Oz philosophy Shower Gels (various) on sale for $10. Shipping is free on orders over $25, or choose free store pickup where available.
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No.

B&BW Candle "Tis the Season": "Rich Red Apple, Sweet Cinnamon, Cedarwood with Natural Essential Oils"

Yankee Candle "Singing Carols": "A harmonious combination of fruit, evergreen, and spice notes that create an inspiring Christmas melody. "

"Top: Mandarin, Eucalyptus
Mid: Fir Needle, Juniper, Clove
Base: Blackberry, Cedarwood, Pine"

Philosophy Snow Globe: "shake up some holiday fun and revel in this serene winter scene as the snow falls sweetly all around. take delight in this simple joy because it's the season to be merry... and love and peace abound"

Absolutely not the same at all.

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My first official notification of the Black Friday season!

The 16 oz shower gels were $13.90 (down from $20 regular price) last year. $10 is really good.

Finally, a decent pre pandemic level deal.
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Link to the website?
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I find it very strange that they have no scent descriptions, not even on Philosophy's website. How are we supposed to know what they smell like?
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Don't forget the free gifts for spending a certain amount.
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They do have vague description hidden in the product details. This is for "snow angel", smells like "air", apparently. LOL

"Sparkling notes of crisp, fresh air mingled with whispers of white flowers infuse the gentle formula for skin and hair with a seasonal scent that's become a forever favorite."

Edit: found more details on Fragrantica and QVC. Google "philosophy <insert name> scent" to the rescue. Smilie

"Amazing Grace Snow Globe by Philosophy is a Floral fragrance for women. Amazing Grace Snow Globe was launched in 2017. Top notes are Bergamot, Grapefruit and Mandarin Orange; middle notes are Freesia, Jasmine and Rose; base note is Musk."

"Snow Angel by Philosophy is a Floral Fruity fragrance for women. Snow Angel was launched in 2018. Top note is Mountain Air; middle notes are Melon, Jasmine and Orange Blossom; base notes are Vanilla, Musk and Sandalwood."

"Frosted snowflakes" is mentioned as "minty and clean".

"Holly & jolly is one of philosophy's new holiday scents for the season. As we decorate with holly, mistletoe berry, brown sugar and lemon fill the air, making us oh-so jolly and without a care. "
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I find it very strange that they have no scent descriptions, not even on Philosophy's website. How are we supposed to know what they smell like?
Same way u buy candles online
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Same way u buy candles online
No.

B&BW Candle "Tis the Season": "Rich Red Apple, Sweet Cinnamon, Cedarwood with Natural Essential Oils"

Yankee Candle "Singing Carols": "A harmonious combination of fruit, evergreen, and spice notes that create an inspiring Christmas melody. "

"Top: Mandarin, Eucalyptus
Mid: Fir Needle, Juniper, Clove
Base: Blackberry, Cedarwood, Pine"

Philosophy Snow Globe: "shake up some holiday fun and revel in this serene winter scene as the snow falls sweetly all around. take delight in this simple joy because it's the season to be merry... and love and peace abound"

Absolutely not the same at all.
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They do have vague description hidden in the product details. This is for "snow angel", smells like "air", apparently. LOL

"Sparkling notes of crisp, fresh air mingled with whispers of white flowers infuse the gentle formula for skin and hair with a seasonal scent that's become a forever favorite."

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Snow Angel smells like chlorinated pool water to me. But it was still one of my favorites for a while.
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I've gotten some of these Philosophy bubble baths in the past during previous black friday deals for around the same price, $10 a piece, but I was kind of disappointed the last time I ordered a few of them in various scents, because I felt that the scent was barely noticeable.

To be honest, I liked the Dr. Teals that I ordered from Amazon recently a lot better. I got the coconut Dr. Teals from Amazon last time and when I used that, I could actually smell the coconut and it made a decent amount of bubbles.

I'd rather buy 2 bottles of Dr. Teals for about $9-10 instead of 1 bottle of Philosophy for $10, and that's my opinion after having used both of these brands.
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I've gotten some of these Philosophy bubble baths in the past during previous black friday deals for around the same price, $10 a piece, but I was kind of disappointed the last time I ordered a few of them in various scents, because I felt that the scent was barely noticeable.

To be honest, I liked the Dr. Teals that I ordered from Amazon recently a lot better. I got the coconut Dr. Teals from Amazon last time and when I used that, I could actually smell the coconut and it made a decent amount of bubbles.

I'd rather buy 2 bottles of Dr. Teals for about $9-10 instead of 1 bottle of Philosophy for $10, and that's my opinion after having used both of these brands.
where can you get 2 bottles of Dr Teals for less then 15 dollars
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where can you get 2 bottles of Dr Teals for less then 15 dollars
On Amazon. I've ordered many bottles from them and I've never paid more than $5.00 for a single bottle.
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I find it very strange that they have no scent descriptions, not even on Philosophy's website. How are we supposed to know what they smell like?
QVC/HSN had fresh Cream on special a few weeks ago. According to the host, fresh cream smells like soap. I really wanted Amazing Grace but that's $25.
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