Miranda Kerr swear by Kora Organics Noni Glow Body Oil to prevent stretch marks during her second pregnancy as she has noticed her stomach is starting to swell.
Miranda Kerr swears by Kora Organics Noni Glow Body Oil to prevent stretch marks.
The 34-year-old model - who has six-year-old son Flynn with her ex partner Orlando Bloom, and is pregnant with a second child with her husband Evan Spiegel - has revealed she is ''consistently'' using the skincare product from her beauty brand ''morning and night'' to avoid getting the fine lines on her skin while her belly is ''growing rapidly''.
Speaking to Us Weekly about her pregnancy skincare treatments, she said: ''I'm consistently using the body oil morning and night to prevent stretch marks and you know, the great thing is, is that the basis of the Noni Glow Body Oil is rosehip oil and rosehip oil is so rich in vitamin C that it really has been incredible for preventing stretch marks, so that's why I've been very diligent with that, even when I'm super tired. I'm like, 'I'm going to do it.' My belly is growing rapidly at the moment, so that's super important.''
And the mogul - who founded the organic skincare brand in 2009 - has revealed she will also add a touch of the Noni product in with her face creams, which she wears during the day because she is ''obsessed'' with the item.
She said: ''I will have the Hydrating Day and Night Cream mixed in with a couple of drops of the Noni Glow Face Oil, which I'm obsessed with. At night I use it as a treatment, but in the morning I use it mixed with my moisturiser and it's great to use it as a base underneath makeup because your skin is literally glowing after you use it.''
Miranda is ''excited'' she has launched the Noni seed oil because it contains multiple vitamins and antioxidants, which are ''hard to get'' but are ''super important''.
She explained: ''It's exciting to be able to provide something that is kind of hard to get, which is certified organic skincare, which for me is super important because ... what you put on your skin goes into your bloodstream and it's not only important to me when I'm pregnant, like right now, but it's important for everyone. Everyone deserves to have healthy skin and I really feel like healthy skin is beautiful skin.''
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