Miranda Kerr’s secrets for a super model pout

As one of the world’s most sought after top models, Miranda Kerr knows a thing or two about beauty tips.

But with a jet-setting lifestyle that takes her all over the globe, the Australian star’s assets need special treatment so travelling doesn’t take its toll on her looks.

Thanks to launching her own organic skincare range, the 29-year-old has become a bit of a beauty buff and frequently shares her insider knowledge on her KORA Organics blog.

She recently revealed how she keeps her perfect pout in kissable condition.

“My lips never used to be so healthy. All of the travelling I do takes its toll on my lips. I was sick of my lips drying out from constantly flying and I wasn’t happy with the other lip balms available on the market because of the petroleum-based ingredients in them, plus they weren’t moisturising enough. That is why I created my own KORA Organics Lip Balm and as most of us are Vitamin C deficient I decided to enhance the lip balm with Vitamin C,” Miranda wrote on her blog.

The mother-of-one detailed her regime for a perfect pout and revealed she often uses products for the face on her lips.

She added that not only is her KORA lip balm a remedy for a dry kisser, it has also become a make-up staple because it plumps up the lips nicely.

“I exfoliate mine [lips] every couple of days. I do this when I exfoliate my face. I put the [KORA] Hydrating Mask on my lips when I put it on my face and neck and I leave it on my face, neck, décolletage and lips all night! The mask makes my lips plump up and strangely enough it makes the natural colour in my lips much deeper too,” she said. “I also use the Vitamin Enhanced Lip Balm after all of this but I also use it every day, throughout the day and on flights constantly. I’ve also found our Lip Balm defines the lips. It is nutrient and anti-oxidant rich containing Noni Fruit and many other high quality, nutrient-rich ingredients.”

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