COR Silver Soap Review


So I was really excited when I found out I had the chance to review the COR Silver Soap which claims to be "The Washing Revolution" and "The one that changes everything". As you will know by now if you've been reading my blog for a while that I do have quite problematic skin, It's either full on oily or combination of oily/dry. So I do get frequent breakouts, I'm not taking medication to help it because of various different reasons depending on the actual prescription/medication. I just try out A LOT of different lotions and potions to try and calm my breakouts down and obviously try to drink a lot of water too, as I find that makes a huge difference in itself. I have stumbled across some products as of lately which have helped my skin and calmed it down a little but I'm still getting breakouts but just not as often.


"Harnessing the antibacterial power of Silver, Cor’s Silver Soap is your first step towards healthy, more radiant skin. Packed with skin conditioning ingredients, Silica paves the way for Nano-Silver to do its thing; blocking bacteria’s ability to transfer oxygen and thus curbing its multiplication. Recommended for cleansing broken or delicate skin without running the risk of infection, Cor’s Silver Soap also dissolves make-up and impurities whilst battling blemish-causing bacteria. The result is a spotlessly clean complexion that’s hydrated, protected and nourished." - Taken from Cult Beauty.



So onto the COR Silver Soap*, I received the 10g bar which is priced at £15 on the Cult Beauty website here. First of all, It arrives in nice, sleek looking packaging. Great for travelling too and you also receive a little instruction guide inside the package (which I forgot to take a photo of, well done Kirsty!). It smells really lovely and fresh and lathers up so quickly. Literally, within about 10 seconds you've got more than enough product to use to wash your face. 

I tend to pop this on my face like any other soap and leave on whilst I brush my teeth. As soon as I remove it I can see a difference and my skin looks more glowy (in a good way) and my complexion just looks less patchy and more balanced out. I literally saw a difference after the first time I used this soap, I applied it before going to bed and I woke up and the majority of my spots had either almost gone completely or were a lot smaller, so I was very impressed. I've been using this soap for almost a week now and I've seen a huge difference. Even my mum has said my skin is looking clearer. There is a kind of con which is I've noticed I have been getting a few dry patches on my skin - on my chin slightly and also below my eyebrows which is somewhere where I never get dry skin. But I am persevering and seeing if it goes away soon, but in all honesty, I think I'd rather have slightly dry skin than a breakout.

Onto the price - I'm not going to lie, this soap is expensive at the starting price of £15 for a 10g bar of soap and the 30g priced at £39 and the full 120g at £115. But personally, because of my problematic skin, I am always spending money on new and upcoming products which claim to clear up spots in 24 hrs and so on and the majority of the time they don't work or just break me out more. So realistically for me, this soap is worth the money because it does work for me and because this soap contains Nano-Silver it means it won't start growing bacteria and go all gross like other facial soaps. It's definitely a product which I probably won't be without now because it's been a total game changer for me and my skin. My skin isn't perfectly clear but it's a lot better than it normally is. It's literally like witchcraft or something. I just hope the dry patches go away soon and I'm keeping my fingers crossed that it works when my hormonal spots come along.

I will probably continue to use the Tea Tree products I have from The Body Shop which have helped improve my skin and then use this soap 2-3 times a week to clear up my complexion further and then when I do buy the 30g soap it will last a little longer than the estimated 3 months. Overall I highly recommend giving this a try because it could save you a lot of money in the long run, if you're like me and spend a lot of money on skin care products for problem skin. 

Have you tried COR Silver Soap? If so, what did you think? 

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6 comments:

  1. I haven't heard of this before, but definitely want to check it out!


    xo, Liz
    http://lipstickandconfetti.com

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  2. Never tried this but I'm gonna definitely have to now! It sounds amazing, thanks for sharing your honest thoughts! x

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  3. Your photography is so on point, as per usual! I didn't know that brand before! Glad to read it's a good soap! xx corinne

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  4. I've never heard of this before but it sounds brilliant! I go through phases with my skin and sometimes I get such bad breakouts so this might be good for it! Lovely pictures x

    Tiffany x www.foodandotherloves.co.uk

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  5. I've never heard of this before but it sounds amazing! I also love your photos in this post!
    Robyn // http://www.midnightandlace.co.uk/

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  6. I'm glad it's working for you. That price tag is a hefty one though!

    Louisa | Loubee Lou Blogs

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