I’ve typically considered putting soap on my face to be a mute point—it was never going to happen. But that’s changed since trying Cor! Derived of all natural ingredients, this soap minimizes pores, removes makeup and evens skintone in just one easy step! And that’s not all! It also maintains the skin’s natural moisture factor and protects against the hazardous effects of the sun.
It’s suitable for every skin type as the pH of Cor is closest to that of the skin. Because of this, Cors can be used on those who have mild acne to those with the most delicate of skin.
Below you will find information on Cor’s natural ingredients. (Ingredient information from plankdesigns.com)
Silver is fast emerging as one of the best antibacterial agents. Silver blocks the bacteria’s ability to transfer oxygen through its cell walls. Silver also has healing properties and has been used by doctor’s and in hospitals to speed the growth of cell repair.
Silica prepares the skin to accept the ingredients of Cor. The porous nature of Silica draws the Silver and all of Cor’s soap active natural ingredients into its particles so that it can deeply nourish the skin.
Collagen starts to disappear at the rate of 1.5% per year in adulthood. Cor’s soap contains a combination of four different types of collagen, including Marine Collagen from France. With Cor’s unique distribution method collagen is distributed to effectively rejuvenate one’s face.
Chitosan is a natural fiber that acts to even out skin tone. Used in the dieting industry, it also can absorb 4-6 times its weight in fat and so washes away the unwanted oils. Cor’s soap balances out the skin’s oil levels, especially in trouble areas like the T zone.
Sericin is a natural, soluble protein made from silk. Highly moisture-binding and film-forming, Sericin imparts a unique and highly aesthetic skin feel. Sericin’s film forming abilities enables Cor to help protect the skin against the harsh effects of the sun.
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