67% would repurchase
on 6/20/2018 10:01:00 PM
More reviews by vickybaby82
This is one of my favorite moisturizers. It is rich and luxurious but not too heavy for my combo/oily skin. I really like the rose scent though I know that's subjective. I use nightly either mixed with an oil or alone. I also like the substantial red jar packaging. Will definitely purchase again!
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on 6/17/2018 2:29:00 PM
More reviews by AnnaGrace1994
What can i say for this product its a relation of hate and love! I use it a month now on my face i havent noticed any crazy improvement but i like the smell and how good looking is my face the next morning! There is a concern with this oil-serum you have to use it on it's own i did the mistake to layer it with my moisturizer and the result was that the moisturiazer didn't stay on the skin because the skin was oily from the oil. It didn't bright my skin something i was waiting for bacause it contains vitamin c neither hydrated my skin. It did two things made my skin plumpy and moisturised . I also used it on my body and after waxing my feet and it calmed down the irritation. It's a good product but not favourite for the face i prefer it for my body.
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on 6/7/2018 9:45:00 PM
More reviews by rsg5062
If I had to pick one thing that I feel Korres does really well, it's their lip products. Love the tinted lip balm pots, love the glossy raspberry lipstick pens, love these guava lipsticks. They aren't super expensive but with that said, I got them as a gift in a set of 3, in shades called Pink, Nude, and Natural Pink. The shade number stickers have been scratched and aren't clear any more, sorry. Anyway, they're quite accurate descriptors as nude is a neutral pinky beige, pink is a raspberry colour, and natural pink is a rosy MLBB shade.These are very creamy and thick in consistency, with good colour payoff - they go on opaque and instantly visible against the lips. They aren't super shiny or glossy, but definitely nowhere near matte either. MAC's amplified creme or satin are probably the best comparison - rich and buttery with a nice sheen, rather than glossy or pearly. When I say sheen, I mean like when light naturally reflects over something moist, it isn't iridescent or metallic in any way. Comfort wise, these compare with lip balms as they feel super moisturising without being sticky. However, the trade-off is that they won't stick around long after eating or drinking, so you'll have to reapply. I usually use lipliner in a roughly equivalent shade underneath for this reason if I'm wearing it to a bar or restaurant, as it keeps the overall outline in place and looks less overtly patchy. Plus it makes re-applying super easy when you aren't having to redraw the lip borders each time.Can't complain about the packaging - a simple twist-up cylinder with a well-fitting cap and Korres' usual smart and minimalist design. I do quite like its unassuming design, if this falls out of my purse at work it looks very 'respectable' as opposed to oh, I don't know - bright fuschia Baby Lips or S&Gs Sexy Motherpucker lol. It's more slender than the usual bullet design and the top is a flat circle cut at an incline - so it's relatively easy to apply this direct from the tube without using a lip brush and still fill in lips to their outline with some accuracy. My favourite has to be natural pink - perfect for work.
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on 6/6/2018 9:00:00 PM
The colour of this is lovely on the lips - it applies semi-sheer and gives a shiny glow. I'm a pale person so this is an ideal tinted lip balm for work, as a subtle nude lip colour. It's also very moisturising and comfortable and lasts quite a while on. Comes off if you eat, drink etc but if you need to reapply you don't need a mirror for exact application as in keeping with the above, it's semi-sheer and forgiving on.Packaging wise - it's in a pot which isn't ideal. It's a little white pot with a baby pink lid, and a little plastic shield over the lip balm which you can remove to get some out, and then re-cover over it to protect what's left inside. However, I also tried the stick type lip balms which weren't as good - I think the formula of this means it's too soft to put into a stick form. It's kind of expensive, around £8 or so. But because of its moisturising and colour properties I get good use out of it for work and will continue to repurchase.
on 6/2/2018 9:06:00 AM
More reviews by editanazaryan
So many things wrong with this cleanser. Does not clean makeup at all. broke me out in places I've never had acne before. completely dries out your skin. leaves film.
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