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Korres Greek Yoghurt Skin Care

by Eugenia Lazaris

May 15, 2020

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Products / Beauty

Greek yogurt is well-known for its beneficial qualities for a healthy body, but Korres, a Greek skincare line, incorporates these benefits into its skincare products to create cleansers and creams that nourish and revitalize. The result is clean skin that feels soft and supple to the touch.


The founders of Korres, George and Lena Korres, believe in the power of plants to nourish the body. This belief is reflected in the use of natural ingredients throughout the skincare line, like guava, pomegranate and golden crocus. The company utilizes products derived from medicinal herbs, native Greek flora and natural food. They avoid using products such as mineral oils, petrolatum and paraffin wax.


The Greek Yoghurt line consists of the soap-free Foaming Cream Cleanser, the Nourishing Probiotic Gel Cream and the Probiotic Superdose Face Mask. The line also includes a Calming + Cooling Gel, designed to soothe and replenish the skin after exposure to harsh conditions. It is ideal for use after a workout or after spending time in the sun.


Korres Greek Yoghurt products can be purchased here. The Calming + Cooling Gel retails for $26 (5.07 ounces), the Nourishing Probiotic Gel Cream for $36 (1.35 ounces) and the Probiotic Superdose Face Mask for $49 (3.38 ounces). The Foaming Cream Cleanser retails for $26 (5.07 ounces) and is also available in a 2.54-ounce travel size for $15. The company does not condone testing on animals during any stage of production and uses sustainability and preservation practices in cultivating ingredients


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