[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] I’m an easily swayed customer when it comes to hand wash – anything that looks lovely and smells even lovelier makes its way into my basket because I know it will get used up completely so it doesn’t feel so much of a guilty pleasure as yet another lipstick or moisturiser. My recent find is Kora Organics Renewing Hand & Body Wash (not a drop of this will go on my body at £43!) which has the cleanest scent I think I’ve ever experienced. It smells natural, like skin, but really clean skin.

Kora Organics Body Care Review

I think you have to be somewhat into your beauty wellness for aspects of this – if you believe in the power of crystals, you’ll be pleased to note that rose quartz has infused a vibration of love into the formula, and if you don’t, it won’t matter either way. It’s made with plant based surfactants and is pH balanced (helpful if your hands dry out easily from washing) with the top listed ingredient being aloe leaf juice (not water!).

Kora Organics Body Care Review

The hand and body lotion is pretty special too, not least because when you pump it out it looks like mayonnaise – I don’t know what I was expecting but it wasn’t that! Most of the Kora range utilises Noni fruit for extracts that contain vitamin C and A, potassium, linoleic acid, amino acids and phytonutrients. In use, this has the effect of a body butter in a lotion. I put it on in the morning to test and could still feel the moisture effects by evening. It absorbed very quickly, has the lightest of scents (maybe a bit rosy?) and includes ceramides and microalgae. It’s gone straight up to my bathroom. It’s £50 which initially I felt was steep but now I’ve tried it, I don’t think that so much. The Kora Organics Body Lotion is HERE and the Hand/Body Wash is HERE.


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