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November 27, 2016

KORRES MILK PROTEINS FOAMING CREAM CLEANSER

After using the same facial cleanser for far too long, I went on an internet hunt to find something new (to me) and exciting that had good reviews and wouldn't break the bank. I stumbled across the Korres Milk Proteins Foaming Cream Cleanser in my travels and, after reading so many positive reviews, I decided to pick it up on a trip to Mecca.

You've seen the Korres Milk Proteins Foaming Cream Cleanser mentioned in my recent skin routine posts (here and here) but today I'm here to tell you all my thoughts! 


The Korres website explains that milk proteins are often used in skincare because of their moisturising, purifying and nourishing benefits. Is it also claimed that this product, which is free of parabens and sulphates, is an effective cleanser and eye safe make up remover.


I use the Korres Milk Proteins Foaming Cream Cleanser morning and night and I love it. It foams up really nicely and cleans the skin without leaving it feeling stripped, tight or uncomfortable. Instead, it leaves it feeling hydrated and nourished, whilst still feeling fresh and light. It is easily worked into the skin and doesn't take much effort to remove which is a huge factor for me! 

Given that this is a foaming cleanser, I tend to work a pea sized amount into damp fingers and lather it up before applying it to a dry face, massaging it in for 10-15 seconds before removing. Regardless of what I use, I always use a flannel/muslin cloth but, as I said, the Korres Milk Proteins Foaming Cream Cleanser is easily removed. 

I make no secret of the fact that I have sensitive skin but it seems to get along with the Korres Milk Proteins Foaming Cream Cleanser really well! It doesn't irritate my skin and, if anything, I find really calming! 


The Korres Milk Proteins Foaming Cream Cleanser is a product that I think people with a lot of different skin types would get along with. It's light enough to be effective on oily skin and the hydration would be welcome to those who identify with having dry skin. It retails for $31.00 and can be bought from Mecca Maxima.

What's your go to cleanser of the moment? Even though I love this I'd love your recommendations! 


Korres is cruelty free and do not sell in countries where animal testing is legislation

1 comment :

  1. I can't wait to get a Mecca Maxima in Adelaide as I always forget about this brand since I never see it instore.

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