Kora Organics Exfoliating Cream

Kora Organics Exfoliant Cream

Miranda Kerr—Victoria's Secret Angel, Orlando Bloom's better half, and professional babeshow—is not shy about showing some skin. This we know (if you're not so sure, check the shots from last week's VS show). So when the good news broke that Kerr's glowy, covetable bod could maybe be ours, too (diet and exercise not included) by piling on her new line of 100% organic skincare Kora Organics, well, we pulled on our "tester" hats. (ITG tester hats look like Burger King crowns. They need work.) What did we discover? The Australian model's creations (inspired by her dedication to natural living) are kind of dreamy—the line's infused with antioxidant-rich Noni extract (from a tree), essential fatty acids, herbal extracts, essential oils, and vitamins A, C, and E. The Exfoliating Cream is heavy on the 'cream' part, but it contains a blend of organically grown oat flour and bamboo (which gently scrub away dead skin cells), which is what you want from an exfoliant during the winter months. But unlike most scrubs, Kerr's glides on smoothly and moisturizes while it works. (Don't forget to wash it off—it's not a moisturizer, despite how much you might want to keep it on your face.) Gentle, organic, and Angel-approved. We're hooked. (Also, the Daily Hand Cream is fast-absorbing and super hydrating, making it ideal for stashing in your desk for when you're feeling crackly but don't want to grease up the keyboard.)

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  • http://katemossdaily.blogspot.com/ kate moss daily

    I believe Orlando and Miranda broke up, didn't they?
    Any way, since I can't look like a VS model, at least I can exfoliate like one. I've been hearing nothing but great things about Kora's entire line.

  • http://twitter.com/ChasaDominique Chasa Dominique

    Will it soon be available in the United States?

    • ITGNick

      You can order it through the website! It just might take a little while...

  • Laura Carroll

    I've tried most of the Kora organica line as we've had it for around 2 years in Australia. Like their foaming face wash, day and night cream, tinted moisturiser and rose hip oil. Sadly, it makes me break out like crazy! I've tried them in different combinations and nothing works. I really wanted to love it as they smell so nice but alas, not for me.

  • asti anisa

    Their skin care is not suitable for me too unfortunately :( but I adore adore their body care range! Kora has got such a nice citrusy scent to their products that I want to use them as my perfume. However, scent does not stay long.

    I agree with Into The Gloss, their hand cream is one of the best that I have tried. It is so moisturising without leaving my hands greasy (absorbs quickly). I made a review about it on my blog here (+ their foot cream) http://skjonnhet.blogspot.com.au/2012/11/kora-organics-hand-cream-foot-cream.html#more

  • Stockaspic83

    wondered about all the essential oils in the products as some are potentially irritating to skin, I have been using for a few months now day and night moisturizer, spritz toner and lip balm, and eye serum, and rose hip oil - lovely to use beautiful smell and absorbed very well, my skin seems good on it however don't know if I will buy again as its quite perfumed and expensive for what it is. Eye serum did not last very long! Im going to move on to unperfumed for a while, and anti aging products.

  • Janet Lee

    Miranda's skin and body have very very little to do with what she does, eats and applies in her life. Sure, she takes care of herself, but you don't have to be a model to eat well and stay active. It would be like saying that if I use some cream, my legs will get longer. Absolute rubbish. You'd be better off drinking noni juice because that's internal. Btw, I don't believe in any of the supposed benefits of the juice. Miranda's skin would be how it is whether or not she's drinking just water, or noni juice. It's her genes.

    Also, considering that it's a new brand, I'm mildly disgusted at the ridiculously high prices. It's not justified. What's more, Miranda has a large teen following, and I know that those girls will be nagging their parents to shell out hundreds for Kora products. It's very disappointing. As if teenage girls need any of that stuff to keep their skin supple and firm! I'm not talking about the skin troubles they have, but adults get acne too, and our skin cell turnover is nowhere near as high.