Profile – Kora Organics

It would seem that Ms Miranda Kerr has achieved many great things in her 28 years of living– a rather successful modelling career being one of the more obvious ones and releasing her own indulgent range of natural skin care products which have just recently been deemed Certified Organic (certified by none other then Ecocert, one of the largest and most thorough organic certification organisations in the world).

With sparkling new packaging and 7 exciting new additions to the range, the world was stirring with people longing to try.

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When her Recovery Eye Gel Cream and Clay Purifying Mask landed into my eager little hands, I was rest assured with the knowledge that Kora doesn’t test their products on animals – only on Miranda herself. The Recover Eye Gel Cream has been a marvellous addition to my skin care routine – the adorably cute little tube has 10ml of creamy, soothing goodness including organic seaweeds (for it’s collagen boosting powers) Noni Extract (the star ingredient, as being included in all the Kora range) and Aloe Vera.

It sinks in quickly leaving the eye area feeling calmed, refreshed and rejuvenated. I can happily conclude that this didn’t irritate my sensitive eye area – anyone whom suffers from yearly hay fever will know how bothersome it can be to find something suitable.

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The Clay Purifying Mask was equally impressive – I’ll confess that I’ll very rarely indulge in the time to use a facial mask (aren’t I terrible?) but I can happily and honestly say that I managed to shake myself from this habit for the sakes of this mask. With it’s abilities to gently refine, purify and detox the skin – all while still being nourishing – it’s a rare quality to find. With regular use skin will regain a natural glow.

The entire Kora Organics range is very proudly Australian made and owned and suitable for vegans. By not including a terrifying arrange of toxic ingredients – NO Sulfates, Parabens, Synthetic fragrance, Synthetic colours, T.E.A., D.E.A., Glycols, Silicones, PEGS. Ethoxylate and Formaldehyde free – Kora has won the hearts and respect of many people.

RRP – Kora Recovery Eye Gel Cream – $54.95         Kora Clay Purifying Mask – $49.95

Stockists – If you’re just as anxious as I was to try, Kora can be purchased from David Jones, Terry White Chemists and http://www.koraorganics.com

2 thoughts on “Profile – Kora Organics

  1. I think it is awesome that she does no Animal Testing and her stuffs Vegan, no animal products. There is a massive shift going on with consumers right now to buy these kinder products.

  2. I love the look and sound of the Kora products as they are natural and they do wonders for Miranda but im not that young. And theres also one other problem is that they do cost alot. But as she has the money its just amazing to see what she uses to keep herself looking so beautifull. And i always wonder why natural products cost so much??

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