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HSN Korres “Donkey Milk”

Have you ever heard of "Donkey Miracle Milk?"

face serum

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Re: HSN Korres “Donkey Milk”

No, but they definitely need some marketing and branding help. That's a terrible name.

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Re: HSN Korres “Donkey Milk”

Honestly, where does it end? It's gotten so someone will attempt to market anything they think the public might fall for.


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Re: HSN Korres “Donkey Milk”

Yes, I have it.  Bought it a while back but wanted to use up something else before I opened it. 

I only started using it a few days ago, so I can only comment on first impressions.  It has a nice consistency and seems to absorb quickly. I can put on my foundation shortly afterward and they work well together.  

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Re: HSN Korres “Donkey Milk”

Donkey milk is nothing new...it's used for skin care, people drink it instead of cow, goat milk & it's used as a sub for human breast milk. Google for more info.

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Re: HSN Korres “Donkey Milk”

just as silly as 'goat milk' and 'secrets from geishas'.....yet women continue to believe anything the beauty industry throws their way...

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Re: HSN Korres “Donkey Milk”


@ellaphant wrote:

just as silly as 'goat milk' and 'secrets from geishas'.....yet women continue to believe anything the beauty industry throws their way...


 

@ellaphant   My love for goat soap has not waned, but I stopped using the S&C. I needed a richer conditioner. 

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Re: HSN Korres “Donkey Milk”

Cow dung is a great fertilizer for our grass, but I wouldn't put it on my face. As soon as I hear about people climbing trees to find a special bean, brave the rivers of foreign countries to obtain an ingredient only found "there", magic melons from France.....a bell goes off in my head that rings NO. 

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Re: HSN Korres “Donkey Milk”

I have not tried it, but have read mostly rave reviews on Donkey milk products.  I am tempted.

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Re: HSN Korres “Donkey Milk”

Just can't get past the name.