This amazing soap was a real suprise. It’s USP is tiny particles of actives, so reduced in size they can penetrate the skin effectively. It contains siver, silica and marine collagen and – they say – can replenish collagen, reduce wrinkles, fade sun spots and maintain skin moisture.
Despite it’s mild pH of 7.2, which makes it suitable for all skin types, I felt that it would be particularly good on oily skin as you really get that ‘squeak’ once you’ve washed with it. It’s incredilby soft, lathers amazingly well and has plenty of ‘slip’ that just makes you want to massage it into your skin over and over. I’ve only tried it a couple of times, so can’t give any view on how well Cor soap lives up to claims, but I do know it cleanses beautifully; my skin was completely and totally cleaned of any make up. The soap comes in a box to keep it in – it is so soft I can see that if you didn’t keep it in the box it could melt away if there was any water around the side of the sink or bath. I can highly recommend it. But, the large size is £100! I’d say get the 10g £15 travel size first before splashing out just to make sure you love it *that* much!
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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