Natural Skincare from Korres

by Katie Skrzek

Aug 21, 2018

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Products / Beauty

Korres is a modern Greek apothecary offering plant-based skincare products. The Greek brand utilizes high-quality, natural ingredients to create environmentally friendly products that deliver positive skin results.


Korres offers products for skincare, body, fragrance and lips. Gift sets are also available. Starting at $29.50, the set products come in travel sizes. Select travel-sized products are available for purchase outside of the kits.


Best sellers include foaming cream cleanser, lip butter, ageless saffron elixir serum, shower gel and moisturizing and balancing cream gel. Select products geared toward men’s skincare needs are available, including shave cream and aftershave balm. Pricing varies by product and range $12–65.


Korres is cruelty free and has a strict no animal testing policy.


Check the sale section of the website for deals. A product sample of your choice is available with every order. Shipping is free on all orders. Sign up for the newsletter and receive 15 percent off your first order. Korres products are available at select retailers including Sephora, Macy’s and Neiman Marcus.


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