KORA Organics Product Review

by Lia Halsall on 18/04/2011 · 6 comments

Here’s my KORA Organics product review, as promised. I’ve only been using it for a week so here’s my thoughts and feeling on the product line so far.

Firstly my online purchase was simple to make and very straight forward, always a good start. Then it arrived ever so promptly which is a blessing because I’m not the world’s most patient person by far. When I opened it, I was also pleasantly surprised to find samples of their hand cream. That was an added bonus because I was looking at that product for my next purchase. All dependants on what I thought of the skin care of course.

This is going to be the first of two reviews. This one and then another one later on in about a month’s time to see if the products stand up to my high expectations.

To refresh your memory, here’s what I bought:

KORA Organics Cream Cleanser

KORA Organics Balancing Rose Mist

KORA Organic Luxurious Rosehip Oil

KORA Organics Hydrating Day & Night Cream

KORA Organics Tinted Day Care Cream

Now to give you a little bit of background about my skin. I have fair skin with freckles, mild pigmentation, redness through the cheeks, fine lines and some sun damage. It’s also sensitive to certain products. I’ve had Facial Rejuvenation to help with some of these issues and with great success.

Over the years I’ve tried many different skin care ranges starting from QV Face all the way to La Prairie and everything in between. I saw a dermatologist and she set me straight as far as product use goes for me and my skin. First problem was my over use of products, I just needed to use much less product and be more specific according to my skin. I thought I was, but obviously I wasn’t.

KORA Organics originally caught my attention because it was organic. That and their use of rose hip oil which I was using and already loved. Every single product had a video demonstrating how to apply it by Miranda Kerr.

First impression for me was the incredible smell of all their products, so natural and aromatic. You really didn’t need to use a lot of product like they always recommend. At first I didn’t feel that it was enough to do the job but considering my past over use of product I persevered with it. The products are all very light, not heavy at all and absorb into the skin relatively quickly. Over the course of the day my skin continues to feel and look nourished which is the desired effect I was going for.

So it’s so far so good for me and my KORA Organics.

Photo: Marko MacPherson

4 comments… read them below or add one

Magda April 18, 2011 at 8:46 PM

Great review Lia. Interesting how we “over-use” products to make up for what our perceived deficiencies are LOL.


Lia Halsall April 18, 2011 at 8:47 PM

I’m still doing it, but am conscience about it now. I’m getting better Magda. ;) xxx


Marianne August 1, 2011 at 4:29 PM

Hi Lia,

Are you gonna put up your next review?
“This is going to be the first of two reviews. This one and then another one later on in about a month’s time to see if the products stand up to my high expectations.”

Looking forward to it.


Lia Halsall August 2, 2011 at 2:18 AM

Hi Marianne,

Time is pretty limited at present but once everything’s settled down over here I’ll endeavour to post an update for you.




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