As I told you in this post, when I met Miranda Kerr I also bought some of her KORA Organics products. I know that a lot of people are curious about the products, but not sure if they are worth the money, so here is my review of the Hydrating Mask, the Rosehip Oil, and the Lip Balm.
First of all, I have what is called ‘combination skin’, meaning an oily nose, forehead, and chin, but very dry cheeks. This is of course quite annoying as it is hard to find a product for both oily and dry skin. I have been using the KORA products for three weeks now and I can definitely say that my cheeks aren’t as dry anymore. What I did was, use a tiny bit of the rosehip oil on my face before going to sleep every night and I absolutely love it. I know that Miranda Kerr has repeatedly said in interviews how much she loves the rosehip oil and I can see why. It feels very nourishing and silky and not at all greasy. Now the price of $45 seems quite high, but as you only need a few drops every day, it will probably last several months. It’s my favorite KORA product and I will definitely keep using it.
The Hydrating Mask is very nice as well. It’s easy to apply and again, you don’t need a lot of it and it leaves my skin very soft and hydrated. I use it twice a week and it’s just a very good thing if you want to treat your skin to a little bit of extra care. It is $50, which is quite a lot for a mask, but again, it will last you several months. If you only use it once a week, it will probably even last half a year.
Last but not least, the Lip Balm. I apply it before going to sleep and while I can’t really say anything bad about it, I don’t really see a difference to a $5 no brand lip balm. The KORA one costs $25 and that’s why I probably wouldn’t buy it again. But if you’ve got the money, why not?
Summing up, I love KORA and plan to buy the Hydrating Day and Night Cream soon.