Korres Pomegranate Cleansing Wipes

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I am a huge fan of cleansing wipes. My family and I are camping nearly every weekend of the summer and I am always looks for ways to simplify. The Korres Pomegranate wipes smell amazing, so good I could just sit there and smell one (Ok I’m a bit strange). These wipes are, by far the most sturdy wipes I have used and they are big enough to really clean my face and neck without going dry first. (Isn’t that the worst, hate when I need two beauty wipes just to clean my face). They remove dirt, sweat and they even remove my waterproof eye makeup without having to rub my eyes.

Grab a pack at your local Sephora store these are perfect for weekend trips or to throw in your beach bag to freshen up on the go.

KORRES POMEGRANATE CLEANSING WIPES $15
For all skin types – 25wipes

Removes face and eye make-up, dirt and oil while infusing skin with the pore-toning benefits of pomegranate

KEY FEATURES & BENEFITS
Infused with the pore-toning properties of pomegranate, these wipes cleanse the skin and remove even the most stubborn face and eye make-up, including waterproof mascara.
Oil free, they purify and refresh without a greasy residue.
Perfect for on-the-go cleansing.

KEY INGREDIENTS
Pomegranate extract:Rich in tannins and polyphenols, reduces pore size appearance, provides antioxidant benefits for younger-looking skin.
Vitamin E: A potent antioxidant that also provides moisture.

You can learn more about Korres products and purchase online at www.korresusa.com or at your local Sephora store.

 

Disclosure: I was given a complimentary sample of the box for potential review. I was not paid to write this post and all opinions are my own.


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