Review of KORRES Greek Yoghurt Advanced Nourishing Sleeping Facial

Posted on June 4, 2013


Having reviewed the KORRES Wild Rose 24-Hour Moisturizing & Brightening Cream product back in March with a tepid outcome, we decided to give the Korres skin care line another shot. This time we got close and dirty with their newest and latest breakthrough — Greek Yoghurt Advanced Nourishing Sleeping Facial. Here is our product review of it:

KORRES-Greek-Yoghurt-Advanced-Nourishing-Sleeping-Facial-Night-Cream-SkinCareAs the name suggests, the key to this night cream is the ingredient use of Greek yogurt concentrate. As a centuries-old Greek remedy for skin soothing, the yogurt concoction (2.5 times the protein content of regular yogurt) provides a natural source of proteins, minerals, and vitamins (lactose, vitamin B, calcium and potassium, all of which contain healing properties for healthier skin) to help instantly nourish stressed, dry skin. It works overnight as an intense “sleeping facial”. As the brand advertises, “you will wake up to noticeable improvements in skin texture and more moisturized, refreshed skin.”

After cleansing our face before hitting the sack, we instantly loved the Korres sleeping facial. It had a subtle but yet satisfying scent and the cream felt like a weightless soufflé absorbing quickly into the skin. The product tingled a little bit right after application giving us the feeling that it is somehow doing its magic. It felt creamy but not overly oily as most night creams are. Indeed after waking up, it felt like we woke up to a fresh new face! Our skin felt rehydrated, smoother, and reborn.

Priced at only $45 for 1.35 fl oz / 40 ml, the KORRES Greek Yoghurt Advanced Nourishing Sleeping Facial is a bargain. We highly recommend it for anyone wanting to get wake up to refreshed balanced skin or looking for different night creams to rotate in and out of for different nights of the week. Now it gets us thinking should we buy plain supermarket Greek yogurt and use it alternatively as a facial mask for 15 minutes each day? Hmmmm maybe we shall try!