Miranda Kerr thinks of her KORA Organics Noni juice skincare range as like ''food for the skin'', which is a useful tool to use on sunburn.
Miranda Kerr regards her KORA Organics Noni juice skincare range to be "like food for the skin".
The Victoria's Secret model struggled to find a skincare product that worked well before she created her cosmetics line - which features solutions made from natural ingredients such as rose-hip oil and pomegranate - and she finds Noni fruit a useful tool to use on the affects of sunburn.
She said: "I was looking for an organic product that really worked for me, but I couldn't find one. I used to put it on my skin if I had a pimple or sunburn. It's like food for the skin."
The 28-year-old beauty - who has a 11-month-old son Flynn with her husband Orlando Bloom - admits she was a "guinea pig" for Kora by trying out every product in a bid to find something to treat her feet.
She added on her KORA Organics blog: "I was really the guinea pig for Kora; I tested everything. Being on my heels all the time, I wanted to create a cream to put on after a long day. And it doesn't hurt that my husband, Orlando, is very good at massaging it into my feet."