Natural beauty product – Korres

One of the obvious benefits of having someone go overseas is of course all the goodies they bring back. In my case, my overseas haul included some skincare from Korres. For those of you familiar with the fabulousness of this range you can skip ahead to the next paragraph – for everyone else, here’s some quick info- Korres (named after it’s Greek founder George Korres) is a range of homeopathic natural skincare which is both friendly to the skin and the environment. You can feel good about using their products as everything is made from natural, herbal ingredients, with no toxins or chemicals. Even their packaging is made from environmentally sound material which is 99% recyclable.

The two products I’ve been trialling for a week now are the ‘Wild Rose Moisturising Cream’ and the ‘Wild Rose Eye Cream’. My sister has been using these products for a while and she’s found them to be extremely hydrating and has noticed a brightening of her skin- especially on stubborn pigmentation. In the short time that I’ve been using the moisturiser my skin feels hydrated all day. The main ingredient, wild rose, is a known source of natural vitamin C.  This helps the skin repair itself which in turn helps diminish fine lines and discolouration.

If you’re after a skincare range that you can feel good about then Korres is definitely for you. Check out their full range of products ranging from skin care, fragrance, sun care and make-up as well as a mens range. Korres – good for you and the environment. x

Photos by Chrystal Lovevintage

4 Comments

  1. Semeli

    Korres products do not seize to amaze me. I love their make-up products as well. I’ve just started using their mineral powder and it’s so much better than a number of other ones I have used so far. And it provides good coverage with SPF. Their lipstics are amazing and the eyeshadows stay on all day. Definitely give them a try!

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