Milk for the Face: Korres Milk Proteins Cleansing Wipes

| February 22, 2011 | 8 Comments

I’ve been wearing my invisible “I’m Lactose Intolerant and Proud” badge for quite some time. Hey now…don’t laugh at me. Us Lactose Intolerant kids are cool. I cut regular consumption of dairy products out of my life years ago. But er uh, I think I may need to make an exception.

And they are only $12 too? Mooooo!

Now I know the inclusion of milk in relation to beauty is not new. I’ve heard of milk baths before. But who knew milk had nourishing and moisturizing properties? Welp, Korres knew. And they infused that goodness in little cloths and packaged it all nice and pretty for us.

$12 will get you a pack of 25. That’s pretty reasonable to me. And they are a 2-in-1. You can use them to remove your make-up AND to clean your face. I dig that. While I like to cleanse with my own cleanser, on evenings when I’m just to lazy to really wash my face, this comes in handy.

It’s scent-free so you don’t have to worry about any overwhelming fragrances. It is also lint-free. This is a huge plus for me. Nothing worse than getting lint stuck in the eyes. While the website said it’s for women with Normal to Dry Skin, I don’t see why my oiler skinned ladies can’t use it. I found it to clean my skin thoroughly without dumping extra oily residues. And it removes make-up pretty well too.

I did have to tug a bit and add some of my own make-up remover to the cloth to remove my eyeliner. But that’s not the cloth’s fault. I just happen to wear eyeliner that really understands the word “longwear”.

You go, Korres! Another green and healthy alternative. This is why I love y’all.

Think you’d give these a whirl? Get more deets about the wipes here.

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  1. smarts says:

    very interesting.
    i always wanted to try Korres line, but i have sensitive skin and acne flare ups.

  2. Jennifer says:

    I would agree that Korres is one of the more gentler skincare lines. My mother, who breaks out in hives from using almost every sun screen, including sunscreen for babies, was able to use the Korres sunscreen without any problems. However, I think 25 wipes for 12 bucks is a bit of a rip off. You can get 100 MAC wipes for 25 dollars. I know that MAC wipes are not nearly as gentle and certainly are not organic, but its so much better of a value.

    • Brittany says:

      You get what you pay for. Natural products are usually going to be a little more expensive. I’d rather pay for these than MAC’s. I find the scent on their cloths to be SO strong and unpleasant.

  3. Donna Jaye says:

    I love the KORRES Pomegranate Cleansing & Make Up Removing Wipes For Oily And Combination Skin- the one in the Plum pack they are sooo hydrating, and take off all my makeup and leaves nice skin feeling amazing! I had tried the milk version, I try this as well.

  4. Adelia says:

    I really like this Korres line. It was a great stuff and its amazing product. Very awesome wipe for oily skin and removing makeups too. Excellent!
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