Fall / Winter Skincare Routine: KORRES Product Review

It’s been 11 months since my last skincare post and my skincare routine shifted in August to try out a line that was recently introduced to me. Over the last 3 months, I’ve been trying out the product line from clean skincare brand, KORRES. This is a Modern Greek Apothecary brand that uses the advanced methods of natural ingredients with applied clinical research. You know I’m a skincare junkie and they had me with their products made from Greek Yogurt, Rose and Pomegranate. In today’s post, I’m sharing what products I’ve been using, what I like and dislike about them, how I’ve added them to my routine and more about the brand and their practices below.

These are the KORRES products that I’ve been using for the last 3 months & what I like and dislike about them. The best part about these products is that a little bit goes a looooong way with all of them.


Step 1: Use a gentle cleanser to remove dirt and impurities from your pillow. Not a foaming cleanser or anything harsh that removes makeup.
Step 2: Use the Pomegranate Toner
Step 3: Apply the Wild Rose Vitamin C Active Brightening Oil


Optional step if wearing makeup: Remove makeup with Greek Yogurt Cleansing & Makeup Removing Wipes
Step 1: Use the Greek Yogurt Foaming Cream Cleanser.
Step 2: Use the Pomegranate Toner
Step 3: Apply the Greek Yogurt Nourishing Moisturizer
Optional step every 2nd night: Apply the Black Pine 3D Sculpting, Firming & Lifting Power Sleeping Facial cream instead of the moisturizer.
Step 4: Gently apply the Black Pine 3D Sculpting, Firming and Lifting Eye Cream

A little bit about KORRES

KORRES believes in developing products based on primary and applied research on verified benefits and clinical efficacy. With their research partners, they investigate the clinical benefits of natural ingredients in relation to skin biochemistry. After research, they identify natural active ingredients that are skin and environmentally friendly, in order to make products with as high of a natural content as possible while still being effective and safe. (Taken from the KORRES website)

Where the ingredients come from:

  • Medicinal Herbs: Ingredients inherited from our pharmacy days
  • Greek Flora: Greece has bountiful endemic flora that has evolved to grow in Greece’s unique environment
  • Food: Beneficial ingredients with advanced skincare properties
  • Natural Actives: Extracts found with proven efficacy through research carried out by the KORRES Research & Development Lab

Ingredients that KORRES avoids:


Their cruelty-free practices:

KORRES is strictly against animal testing, and does not test any ingredients or products on animals, nor do they hire outside companies to do so for them at any stage in the production. They do not sell to any countries that require animal testing, and follow the European Union’s strict legislation that bans animal testing on finished cosmetic products and their ingredients.
What do you think? Would you try KORRES skincare? I definiltey reccomend the line and am happy to answer any questions you have.
Image by Reece Voyer.

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