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Cor Blimey: Does this $125 Soap Work Wonders?

When I read about Cor, a silver-infused bar of soap, I was intrigued. Not only does a $125 bar of soap seem like the ultimate screw-you to poor people, it's also the most expensive bar of soap I've ever heard of. But Cor promises amazing results, with the bar lasting about six to nine months. That's $20 or less a month, which isn't too steep.

Cor uses nano-silver to fight bacteria, collagen to hydrate, chitosan to absorb oil, and a few other ingredients to make it different from Dove. These ingredients are said to work together to even out skin tone, minimize wrinkles, replenish collagen, and deliver UV protection — all in a single bar of soap. I tried a sample size of Cor ($12) to see if it could live up to its promises. To find out whether it did,

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Before, during, and immediately after Fashion Week, I used Cor as my sole cleanser. It's a bit unusual in the sense that you have to lather it up, leave the lather on your face, and then rinse it. I definitely felt a tingle while the lather was on, and the soap didn't dry out my face. Buuuuut... I didn't see facial fireworks. I still fought pimples, I didn't get an amazing glow, and I didn't have a collagen-fueled epiphany. (FYI: Topical collagen can't replace the collagen your body has lost.) So, is this soap worth $125? I think you know.

lizlee89 lizlee89 8 years
what's wrong with regular soap? people are so crazy...
pumpkinbah pumpkinbah 9 years
theyactuallyhavegoldsoap..lol ijustboughtthetravelsizeofthecorsoap,it14or12bucksanditlasts2weeks. prettygoodconsideringmostthingslastthatlongandprobablyarentasgoodasthissoap.oksoiwouldntbuythisonethough,itswaytooexpensive,ivegotmuchbetterthingstospendmymoneyon.igetzitstoo,istilllookgood,butthosethingsbugme.anywaysillletyouknowhowitgoeslater.-peaceout.
0037sammie 0037sammie 9 years
*snorts*- I wouldn't pay that much for a GOLD plated soap! I mean, where do you draw the line? With a price like that for a gimmicky product...you have got to be joking!
13designershoes 13designershoes 9 years
whatever, i know if i had the money to burn and just felt like buying it, then i would. But i don't think its so damn miraculous and la mer-like that it constitutes that price tag
Magdalene-Joy Magdalene-Joy 9 years
I know this sounds foolish, but I would actually buy something like that. I enjoy spoiling myself a little bit. This bar of soap also lasts a little while to. I dont see why people are making such a big deal over its price tag, I mean, celabraties purchase extremely pricey dresses only to wear them once. Really, calm down.
Beauty Beauty 9 years
Thanks, thoroughlymodern. One of my good buddies and I talk in bad Brit slang all of the time. It's all "'Ello" this and "guv" that.
thoroughlymodern thoroughlymodern 9 years
Bella, I love your cockney in the title! Also, "the ultimate screw-you to poor people." So great.
rcon rcon 9 years
That reminds me of Fight Club, when he sells his fat soap back to the rich people.
Schaianne Schaianne 9 years
I think that's an obnoxious price for soap.
bailaoragaditana bailaoragaditana 9 years
Erm... I think I'll buy cheaper stuff that actually works. Because $125 for a bar of soap is some ridiculous shiznit.
juliarose23 juliarose23 9 years
haha i think this is a test...how stupid can rich people get....?
emalove emalove 9 years
This is crazy!
Miskeana Miskeana 9 years
Oh God! I wouldnt pay for it.
aimeeb aimeeb 9 years
Good lord...
madonna-x-j madonna-x-j 9 years
Nano Cyclic is better like the other commenter said. I paid around $70 for mine because my friend swore on it and they also gave me a bunch of samples for buying two. I actually sometimes skimp on the applying, and when I'm in a rush, I don't spend the advised 2 minutes waiting for my skin to soak up the particles. I think it showed some results but I might of just tried to convince myself that it worked for spending that much money. Skin is kind of a big issue with me and some people spend hundreds on makeup so I figured why not. So far, the bar has lasted around 6 months and I still have a good amount left.
toodledoo toodledoo 9 years
If I had a spare $125...I would not spend it on soap.
bluesarahlou bluesarahlou 9 years
I'm curious...are they talking about acne-causing bacteria?
plasticine1 plasticine1 9 years
anything that is washed-off usually doesnt bring very dramatic results, so noooo i will not buy this soap! not like i could, i don't have $125 lying around..
JaimeLeah526 JaimeLeah526 9 years
Do people actually buy this?
md12398 md12398 9 years
this reminds me of the man who turned blue! http://news.sky.com/skynews/article/0,,30200-1297781,00.html
pharm_chick pharm_chick 9 years
woah... 125 is wayy too much to plunk down on one bar of soap, and i prefer the liquidy cleansers over bars of soap anyday.
DearMissPriss DearMissPriss 9 years
Nano Cyclic is a LOT cheaper. I bought samples and it didn't work on my face, but some people on my skincare forum found if they washed under their arms with it....they didn't need deodorant after a while. Something about colloidial silver.
LArgent LArgent 9 years
you can get plasters (band-aids) with silver in them as they help to regenerate the skin, so maybe there is some truth in this super-expensive soap. I think I'd be willing to give it a go.
mnp mnp 9 years
In theory it should work but I don't think soap warrants a $125 price tag. It's not like a night cream you apply and let it soak into your skin.
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