On Friday, Oct. 30, Supermodel Miranda Kerr shared on Instagram a series of videos to promote her natural and organic skincare line, Kora organics. One of the videos features Kerr taking a shower.

The first video shows Kerr having breakfast with hot water and fresh lemon. “I like to start my morning with hot water & fresh lemon as it helps kickstart my digestive system! ❤️Miranda xxx _#adaywithMK,” she wrote as caption for the clip.

Afterward, the model posted another video on Instagram with the caption, “Shower time! _ Using my @koraorganics Cream Cleanser & Body Wash.” As the caption suggests, she is seen taking a shower in the clip. The third video shows Kerr sharing the secret behind her moisturised skin.

The former Victoria’s Secret model launched Kora organics in 2009. Her product line is a reflection of her passion for living a healthy and organic lifestyle, the model wrote on the website.

“The KORA Organics range is exactly what I wanted for myself but was unable to find anywhere in the world. The products represent my healthy/balanced lifestyle, my beliefs and love of organics,” she said.

Kerr also shares on Instagram her routine and everyday activities, which include making masks with her son Flynn, yoga session with her trainer and pilates session in Malibu.

The model also recently posted a photo on Instagram to show the last activity that she does every day. In the picture, Kerr is seen taking a warm bath. “Finally a lovely warm bath with my #koraorganics Body Wash and my favorite new product Age-Defying AHA Facial Exfoliator by @koraorganics ☺️ __❤️ Miranda xxx #adaywithMK,” she captioned the image.

The Australian model quit the U.S. famous lingerie brand, Victoria’s Secret, in 2013 to start her new career as an entrepreneur. She has been famous for modelling branded clothes, shoes and jewellery.

Kerr is a mother to 4-year-old son, Flynn Christopher Bloom. She divorced actor Orlando Bloom nine months ago. She has reportedly been dating Snapchat billionaire Evan Spiegel.

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