First Impressions | KORRES Greek Yogurt Nourishing Lip Cooler in Raspberry


Trying out new products doesn't get old. It can get a little overwhelming when you have too many things to try, but it certainly doesn't get old. So when I get spoiled with a new item I haven't heard of or have yet to try, I get super excited!! 

This time I was spoiled with the KORRES Greek Yogurt Nourishing Lip Cooler in Raspberry. Even though I'm not sure it needs a full review, I think it deserves a quick first impressions post. Something about me you should know, is that a first impression lasts a while with me. Of course, first impressions can always be proved wrong but I find that a lot of time they impact me far more than I tend to realize.

The one thing I adore about this product is the packaging and the delivery of the product itself. Since it's a doe foot metal-roller ball applicator, it does give a cooling feeling to the lips, which is really soothing to dry and sore lips. The products applies in a saucey sort of texture with very small chunks of product in the mix. It sounds gross, I know, but as soon as you rub your lips together it smooths out and starts moisturizing instantly. End result? Not gross at all.

How quickly it moisturizes and cools my lips is surreal. I truly believe that this would be suitable for sensitive skin/lips as well.

The colour I received was in the shade raspberry, but it's tinted, so it leaves a tinted pink colour and a nice juicy "wet looks" on the lips. It's very natural and casual for any time, but it's also cute on the lips! I think it's perfect for any girl who's looking for some moisture and a bit of colour without the waxy or super glossy after-effect. It's also peeeerfect for the warmer months.

I'm definitely left with a good first impression with this little guy and I'd be intrigued to try the peach shade as well!
You can buy the KORRES Greek Yogurt Nourishing Lip Cooler at Sephora stores and online here. You can also purchase it in clean, strawberry shade and peach shade, as well as the raspberry shade featured here.

What do you ladies think? Have you tried a nourishing cooling balm before that has a little bit of tint?

À Bientôt Mes Amours,

Kisti Belle

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