Glass reviews Miranda Kerr’s Kora Organics skincare line

FOR someone who takes skincare very seriously, trying a new product can always be slightly daunting. There’s always the initial fear that it may cause a reaction, or not live up to my expectations, but when Miranda Kerr released her new miracle moisturiser for her skincare line, Kora Organics, I was excited to try it alongside a regimen of her other products.

Maybe I was intrigued by the jewelled packaging, or the claim it was a “green juice for the skin,” but one thing for sure is that I certainly have not been disappointed.

Having recently released her Active Algae Lightweight Moisturiser, Kerr has bolstered her already strong range of products. Coming in a reusable pot, with a refillable product component (both a great money saving and eco-friendly initiative), the moisturiser promises to hydrate, even skin tone and calm skin.

It’s easy to be sold a product when the packaging is this beautiful, whether or not the promises they make are empty or false, but one thing which stood out with Kora is the science and result-backed research.

Kora Organics Active Algae Lightweight MoisturiserKora Organics Active Algae Lightweight Moisturiser

Though a great product, it didn’t seem like I was giving it a fair trial against my existing collection of other branded skincare. So, as of now, my regime starts with a hydrating cleanser, before applying the Bright Vitamin C Serum, an absolute saving-grace for anybody with hyperpigmentation or dull skin.

Though able to be used both morning and night, if like me you are an avid user of niacinamide, make sure to use the vitamin C in an alternate routine (for instance niacinamide in the morning and vitamin C at night) as they effectively cancel each other out when used together meaning no results will be visible.

This is then followed by the incredibly moisturising Berry Bright Vitamin C Eye Cream before applying the Active Algae Moisturiser. Again, all products mentioned can be to be used both day and night, but make sure to use an external SPF if using the moisturiser in the morning, as it does not include any. The routine is completed with a spray of the Minty Mineral Hydration Mist, for an added element of moisture and aromatherapy.

Kora Organics Vitamin C Eye CreamKora Organics Berry Bright Vitamin C Eye Cream

Kora Organics Minty Hydration MistKora Organics Minty Mineral Hydration Mist

Though it seems a cliché to say Kerr’s products provide an at home spa experience, it would ultimately be a disservice not to. Their foundation of extensive research means they do exactly what they promise with clearly visible results overtime, and all encapsulated in ornamental keepsake packaging.

by Ben Sanderson

Kora Organics Berry Bright Vitamin C Eye Cream – £51 for 15ml

Kora Organics Minty Mineral Hydration Mist – £38 for 100ml

Kora Organics Active Algae Lightweight Moisturiser – £51 for 50ml