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Korres Valentine's Day Gift Set exclusive for 2013

7th January 2013 Print
Korres Gift Set

This year Korres celebrate Valentines Day with a Special Edition Gift Set containing a seductive trio of Korres best selling Japanese Rose Body Butter, Japanese Rose Shower Gel and Wild Rose Lip Butter.
Reminiscent of Orient settings, Korres Japanese Rose Collection is inspired by roses native to Asia while the iconic Wild Rose Lip Butter, a buttery balm that melts on the lips and offers a shiny, tinted finish, includes a mixture of Shea Butter and Rice Wax that offers deep hydration and softness. Ideal for keeping lips kissably soft with an alluring rose tinted 'bitten' effect.
Valentine's Day Gift Set
Japanese Rose Shower Gel

Creamy-foam showergel with a long-lasting moisturising effect. Wheat proteins form a protective film on the skin, maintaining its natural moisture level. Active Aloe, rich in vitamin C, vitamin E, zinc and antioxidant enzymes, enhances the skin's immune system. Furthermore, due to its ability to stimulate collagen and elastin synthesis, Active Aloe helps reduce the visible signs of ageing.
Japanese Rose Body Butter

Extra Moisturising Cream For Dry Skin Conditions

Smoothing and moisturising body cream, ideal for dry elbows, heels and knees. Shea butter and Quince extract have softening, moisturising and restructuring properties. Sunflower, Almond and Avocado oils nourish the skin, thus restoring its elasticity and smoothness.
Wild Rose Lip Butter
With one Korres Lip Butter being sold every minute , it comes as no surprise that this award-winning 'green' formula has become a global hit with beauty editors and industry cognoscenti alike in less than 18 months since its launch. Every minute someone buys this buttery balm, pushing it thus to the top of the Greek skincare brand's best sellers. A mini beauty essential, packed with moisturising and healing properties, enriched with Shea Butter and Rice Wax.

The Ingredients

Why Wheat Proteins?

Wheat was cultivated in prehistoric times in fertile Mesopotamia. Ancient civilizations worshipped deities linked to wheat: for the Egyptians it was Osiris; for the Greeks goddess Demeter. Wheat has always been a symbol of good health and fertility while all stages of cultivation have forever been accompanied by rituals defining everyday life. Wheat aleurone, the thin layer under the bran, is the part of the wheat kernel with the highest content in vitamins and minerals. It contains an abundance of B2, which improves metabolism and aids the absorption of nutrients; B3 plays an important role in promoting healthy skin and B5 possesses regenerative properties.
Why Aloe Vera?

Aloe Vera has been used for centuries as a medicinal plant thanks to its beneficial properties. References of it appear in many cultures: from the ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans, to the Indian and Chinese literature. Applied externally, it heals burns and wounds, stimulates cell regeneration and has significant antioxidant, skin softening and soothing properties.
Why Shea Butter?

Shea butter has been traditionally used in Africa by native soap manufacturers to protect skin and hair from the harsh climate. It'd also been a well known baby pampering treat, intended to protect newborns from extreme weather. Recent findings claim that Shea butter protects the skin against climate and UV aggression; helps preventing wrinkle formation; soothes irritated and chapped skin and moisturises the epidermis.
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Korres Gift Set