Glow time
VOGUE India|September 2021
We all yearn for dewy, rosy, lit-from-within skin. Miranda Kerr has it and she’s sharing all the secrets behind her sheer brilliance. Take notes, says Avanti Dalal
Avanti Dalal

Radiance is an elusive concept. There’s no special glow-o-me-ter that can measure it. But if there was, Miranda Kerr would cause it to go ding-ding-ding. It ain’t easy being green, but the modelturned-beauty entrepreneur makes it look like it can be. Kerr’s devotion to all things organic is crystal clear through the luxurious oils, creams and exfoliators she’s created for KORA Organics, which has just been launched in India. She’s a great advertisement to the line’s glow-boosting claims, but these products are just the icing on top of a great cake. She credits a healthy diet, (vegan, balanced and plant-forward) exercise (at least 10,000 steps a day) and self-love (an indulgent skincare routine, uplifting aromatherapy and lots of meditation).

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