What is it? Korres Wild Rose Sleeping Facial is somewhere between a night-time moisturiser and an overnight mask. It contains lots of natural goodness including wild Rose Oil, Rose Water, Hyaluronic Acid and Vitamin C.
Who is it for? It’s suitable for all ages, skin types, vegetarians and vegans. It isn’t tested on animals and contains no silicones or parabens.
How do you use it? Apply to the face and neck after your night-time cleansing routine, avoiding the eye area. Do not rinse off, leave on overnight.
What’s the damage? £26.00 for 40ml
Korres began as a homeopathic pharmacy in Greece and has developed into one of the best known natural product providers of skincare. I am very familiar with the brand as my daughter suffers from eczema and this is one of the few skincare ranges she can use. I have quite an extensive nightly skincare regime (I’m trying out some of The Ordinary products at the moment) but with the mixture of cold weather and worst of all drying central heating, I felt my skin needed a bit of a boost.
Korres Wild Rose Sleeping Facial contains rose oil to even out skin tone, repair lines and moisturise; Vitamin C to help against skin discolouration; 15% rose water for weightless hydration; and hyaluronic acid for its anti-inflammatory properties, more moisturisation and to enhance collagen reproduction. Rose also has anti-inflammatory properties to help reduce irritation, redness and rosacea. The cream hydrates and heals the skin while you sleep so your skin should look plumper and more hydrated in the morning.
I put the cream on my face and neck after cleansing and leave it for about half an hour, I then put another layer on. I can’t give you any scientific evidence that putting 2 layers on makes a difference it just feels right to me. It smells absolutely lovely which isn’t a necessity but is a plus for a night-time moisturiser. I do see a difference in the mornings after I’ve used this product, my skin just looks a bit fresher. It’s definitely a keeper.