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  • As far as I know, Sephora is the only store who carries Korres products
  • One thing I love about visiting Sephora is learning about companies I had never heard of before, like Korres
  • And Korres puts out limited-edition make-up sets, so I like to take advantage of those opportunities when they become available
  • I have already purchased a set of these Korres lip butters, but the Plum shade is one that I bought by itself
  • But I still recommend that you buy the 100% Pure lip butter instead, that way you are giving your lips the healthy fruit extracts, and you will get a truly buttery lip butter

    • by Lisa Pellegrini
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      As far as I know, Sephora is the only store who carries Korres products. Korres is a cosmetic and skincare company from Greece, and they use natural ingredients in their products. One thing I love about visiting Sephora is learning about companies I had never heard of before, like Korres. It gives me a chance to become acquainted with their products, and in Sephora, you can even try on the make-up. And Korres puts out limited-edition make-up sets, so I like to take advantage of those opportunities when they become available. I have already purchased a set of these Korres lip butters, but the Plum shade

      is one that I bought by itself.

      These lip butters are $10 apiece, and they are created with ingredients like shea butter and rice wax. The Plum shade doesn’t look like plum on my lips. It looks more like a rosy shade that basically accentuates the natural color of my lips. It gives my lips a reddish tint that is slightly brighter than my natural lip color, and the lip butter has a nice shine. It is comfortable on my lips, but I don’t think it is as buttery and lubricating as the 100% Pure lip butters. 100% Pure is a make-up company that creates their products ...


      • using all-natural ingredients that are mostly fruit and vegetable pigments. Their lip butter is $13 on the 100% Pure website. Even though it is $3 more than the Korres lip butter, I think it is worth it, considering that you are getting a more moisturizing lip butter. Plus, it is very appealing to me that the 100% Pure lip butter is entirely organic, not just partly organic.

        One thing I like about the Korres lip butter is the packaging. When you take off the lid, you will find a plastic cover that sits on top of the lip butter. So I guess that is Korres’ way of

        making the customer feel that the product has not been tampered with. The plastic cover is meant to be like a safety seal that is wedged between the lid and the lip butter. These are nice pots that the lip butter is housed in, and the packaging is classy.

        But I still recommend that you buy the 100% Pure lip butter instead, that way you are giving your lips the healthy fruit extracts, and you will get a truly buttery lip butter. When I wear it, it almost feels like I have olive oil on my lips, and olive oil is supposed to be good for your skin.




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