New Korres Santorini Grape Poreless Skin Cream Featured in Travel + Leisure

NEW YORK – The new Korres Santorini Grape Poreless Skin Cream was featured in Travel + Leisure (T+L) as a lightweight moisturizer that “will make you look vibrant” and like you’ve “been vacationing in the Mediterranean.”

Korres “products are simple but made with the most divine ingredients, and with the type of technique and expertise that is passed down through culture and community,” T+L reported, adding that “the selling point of this moisturizer is simply that it works, and it does everything it claims to.”

“The consistency starts out lotion-like, but as it’s massaged into the skin begins to feel like a gel,” T+L reported, noting that although light in consistency, the moisturizer deeply penetrated the skin “within less than two minutes.”

For those with combination/ oily skin, the moisturizer leaves the complexion looking “more balanced” and “supple,” T+L reported, and even after using sunscreen and other skincare products, there was “no pilling or pooling of product.”

“There is also a very delicate fragrance,” T+L reported, adding that it did not irritate sensitive skin.

Korres Santorini Grape Poreless Skin Cream can be used day or night, T+L reported, noting that “it thrives as a daytime product because it not only moisturizes but also leaves behind a visibly plump complexion.”

“In the dead of an increasingly cold and frigid winter, applying Korres Santorini Grape Poreless Skin Cream in the mornings feels like a nourishing and nostalgic flashback into happy memories” of trips to Santorini, T+L reported.

Korres Santorini Grape Poreless Skin Cream, $36, is available online: korres.com.


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