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Greek yogurt: A favorite food amongst many, but you likely didn’t know is also a beneficial skincare ingredient.
Packed with lactic acid, probiotics and nutrients, ancient Greeks have been utilizing it for centuries to reap the benefits it has on our skin. And thanks to Korres’ all-new Greek Yoghurt Probiotic Gel-Cream, you too, can see what all the hype is about.
We’re not afraid of a little experimentation when it comes to beauty, which is why we’re all about this new innovative moisturizer. Plus, stocking up on skincare during these transitional months is key for finding out what work’s best for you.
The ultra-hydrating whipped cream works to minimize pores and redness, ultimately creating plumped, healthier looking skin. It also delivers a cool soothing sensation, while the formulated microbiome technology reduces visible signs of stress. The best part? It’s totally free of those hard-to-pronounce harmful ingredients. And whether you have dry, oily combination skin, this probiotic moisturizer is skin type universal.
“As a Mediterranean Diet mainstay, it’s widely famous as multivitamin that’s 10x more protein-packed than regular yogurt thanks to its unique staining process. It’s loaded with vitamin B, zinc, calcium and lactic acid. It’s the ultimate skin loving and soothing comfort blanket that’s great both for your skin and your gut health,” the brand explained.
We also love that it has a time-release hydration complex, so our skin is staying totally hydrated throughout the day.
Don’t just take it from us. With over 2,000 reviews on Sephora, shoppers explain that the Korres gel-cream “feels very lightweight and is “a good day time moisturizer,” while others shared that they “like that it’s unscented and goes on smooth.”
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