Miranda Kerr’s skincare: ‘rose quartz makes the vibration of love flow through it’


Miranda Kerr has a new video to promote her organic skincare line, Kora. She shops for food at a farmers market in NY City, does yoga, and cooks, explaining that she has a busy life but that “I’ve created my own organic lifestyle that no matter where I am, I get to apply this lifestyle. I really believe that everyone can incorporate that lifestyle into their own life. Kora is an integral part of that lifestyle. I’ve created Kora as I wasn’t able to find an organic skincare line that I was 100% happy with or that contained all the ingredients that I wanted and knew were beneficial to the skin.”

Everyone is talking about how you can see Miranda’s tiny baby bump while she does yoga in the video. To me the takeaway from this is that she’s just as much of a lifestyle preacher and know-it-all as Gwyneth Paltrow. She seems to have less sense than Gwyneth, too. I found her annoying, honestly, and it’s like she thinks she’s blessing us with her unique knowledge of skincare, some of which is complete bunk that she obviously takes seriously. Listen to this:

All of the water used in our mists have been infused with rose quartz crystals, and we’ve done that so that the vibration of love associated with rose quartz really flows through each product.”

I asked my husband, who has a PhD in biophysics, to help me comment on this ridiculous claim. He writes “Rose quartz is rose due to trace amounts of titanium, iron, or manganese and just because of the stupid pink colour it is associated with love. Quartz structures are very tight and would not store any energy, such as kinetic energy in vibrations.” You can make quartz and other minerals vibrate, as they’re used in watches and other electronic devices, but that requires using an external force on the mineral. They don’t have “vibrations” on their own. (Here’s more on that.) What’s more is that water has no “memory” and it’s been well proven that “liquid water does not maintain ordered networks of molecules longer than a small fraction of a nanosecond.” (That quote is from Wikipedia.)

Miranda Kerr thinks that her skincare line is superior because she used some crystals in the water for it, though. I guess we know why she became a model and didn’t pursue academics.

She concludes by saying “Kora is about nurturing your own uniqueness, your inner and outer beauty, and your soul.”

I’ll say something nice – she looks cute pregnant. She’ll probably be one of those women who doesn’t look like they gained weight except for in front, damn them. Also, I like that her skincare line is organic and fragrance free. I use mostly organic skincare as I’m sensitive to perfumes. There are a lot of good products available though and you don’t have to spend a fortune to have nice skin. You don’t need “love water” either. There’s no such thing.





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  1. scotchy says:

    ha ha haa….
    ahh this is priceless,
    “the vibration of love associated with rose quartz really flows through”.
    good lord, these people are ridiculous.

  2. fizXgirl314 says:

    lol… she sounds like my annoying hippy friend…

  3. fizXgirl314 says:

    Your husband is a biophysicist? haha… that’s cool… I’m a particle physicist albeit a crappy one. My boyfriend is a genius astrophysicist though *swoooooooooon*

    on the topic of this story though… I’m kind of sick of stupid asses dating A-list celebrities and all of a sudden becoming “experts” in something… STFU!!!!!11

  4. Whitey Fisk says:

    “I guess we know why she became a model and didn’t pursue academics.”

    Nice point, CB! Thanks for the laugh.

  5. duke says:

    she should have said: I see how other famous people get suckers to buy their celebrity products and I thought hey I can do that too.

  6. jc126 says:

    That nonsense about rose quartz having a “vibration of love” is a standard New Agey-crap belief. Other crystals are supposed to have magical properties, too. I can’t for the life of me remember where I heard it, but I know I read that years ago. Tripe.

  7. meme says:

    OMG miranda kerr without her T&A hanging out. and sorry but she looks like a chipmunk

  8. saintdevil says:

    You made my day!
    Now that I know that she is full of BS, I never will be envious about her looks again.

  9. Nia says:

    “All of the water used in our mists have been infused with rose quartz crystals, and we’ve done that so that the vibration of love associated with rose quartz really flows through each product.”

    I make skin-care products as a little side business and this is the biggest load of nonsense I have ever read. She also better be careful making claims like that on her product labels less the FDA come after her.

  10. Marjalane says:

    Who wants to bet that Miranda will lecture us ala Giselle on mandatory breastfeeding and having a potty trained baby at six months?

  11. Rosanna says:

    Don’t belittle people about their beliefs! No matter how weird they sound, as long as they are uninterested and genuine, they DESERVE to be respected as much as your belief in Christ, Muhammad, Buddha or the Annunakis.

  12. Shawna says:

    @Rosanna, oh sorry, we *weren’t* treating commercial ventures like religions. Oops, silly us.

  13. KsGirl says:

    Dear Famous Models (Miranda, Giselle et al),

    You keep telling us that your nearly inhumanly beautiful bodies, faces and skin comes from an assortment of treatments you subject yourselves to. Skin cream with rose quartz vibes. Declining to treat your body like a trashcan during pregnancy. Kung fu during pregnancy. Etc.

    I have an alternate theory – you were born this way. Your beauty has nothing to do with you, personally. It is not down to some inner virtue on your part. It’s genetics.

    In conclusion, please, get over yourselves. And crack a f*cking book.

    – KsGirl

  14. Molly. says:

    I’m so sick of these Victoria Secrets models right now.

    First Giselle and everything baby related she’s said since giving birth. Next Heidi Klum and her ridiculously inappropriate wardrobe at the Emmys.

    And now this bullsh*t with Miranda Kerr. I wonder if she actually believes this crap or if they just paid her more money than I’ll make in my lifetime to promote their product.

  15. original kate says:

    maybe she got that info from spencer pratt, the crystal carrying yeti. if anybody knows about “the flowing vibration of love” it’s spencer.

  16. Isa says:

    It really bugs me that she used the word ‘lifestyle’ four times in three sentences.
    And that she is supposed to be a model, and used to being a spokesperson yet she keeps rolling her eyes away from the camera. WTH is she looking at? Are there two birds mating up there or something? Someone mooning her from a window?

  17. Solveig says:

    Oh God, her face freaks me out, she looks like Chucky the assassin puppet.
    Anyway, I wear mineral make up but I don’t feel like love is spreading all over my skin, probably there isn’t enough rose quartz in my foundation.

  18. Megan says:

    Miranda has always been big on nutrition, so these products don’t surprise me. She is so annoyingly perfect… doesn’t she ever just want to each 5 donuts in one go??

  19. Mairead says:

    *paging James Randi. James Randi to “Debunk this Bunkum” suite please*

    Rosanna, at least a belief in God/Krishna/The Flying Spagetti Monster fills a need within our pysche to feel part of a greater purpose.

    Her claims are all about the need to fill her bank account.

  20. Jello says:

    OMG. She’s soooooo annoying! I couldn’t watch the whole video. Thanks Celebitchy. I will never envy her pretty face and longs legs again.

  21. a says:

    nice post — but water does have ability to retain memory — though it is an area of much debate and controversy within science — material scientist rustom roy has a great deal of publication on matter — and a best seller by Esaru Emoto is on this subject — So I do agree partially with what your hubby said — but there is another side to this argument — that is debatable –

  22. GatsbyGal says:

    “I’ve created Kora as I wasn’t able to find an organic skincare line that I was 100% happy with or that contained all the ingredients that I wanted and knew were beneficial to the skin.

    Oh really? And how does she know this? Did her brief stint studying “health psychology” teach her that? Hahaha, what a load of BS.

  23. Boromir's bytch says:

    She may have created an organic skin care line but she “borrowed” the name Kora from an established Russian skin care company who’ve had their organic Kora line out for about 6 years. Not that supermodels care about trademarks or anything.

  24. Mistral says:

    Hahahaha. Awww. These gorgeous gals are mostly gorgeous because of their genes, not their new-age/sci-fi beauty treatments or their crazy exercise regimens (ya, of course it helps them stay fit but…If I’m five foot two, no exercise will give me long, lean legs). I’m not mad, though. Their preaching and product schilling is harmless. It’s good for a good chuckle, and a good chuckle is always a healthy thing.

  25. Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

    Love quartz, huh?

    I’ll go shove that Bulova up my vulva, then.

    Life fixed!

  26. She-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named says:

    she’s lying. God, watch her body language, especially her eyes, she doesn’t believe a word she’s saying. lol!

  27. I Choose Me says:

    Amen KSGirl. A-f-cking-men!

  28. Keyanna says:

    I can honestly say that I think this chick is fugly. I don’t know how she got where she is today. And this is not jealousy speaking.

  29. Madison says:

    I’m sure she’ll have no problem finding suckers/fans to buy her products. There are a lot of people who really do believe everything a celebrity tells and sells them.

    I wish Miranda would have this baby and fade into obscurity but I can see her trying to turn the baby and being a mom into a career like many other celebs with limited talent have done.

  30. 6 says:

    So, I guess since she is preggers her tanning has gone so she must replace it with something. Why not rose quartz because it does vibrate with love.

  31. Ruffian9 says:

    Rosanna, you’re on the wrong site, honey. It’s CeleBITCHY. We call people on their s**t here.

  32. Shay says:

    She is yet another celebrity ditz selling con artistry in a bottle. Rose quartz by butt, but there are plenty of idiots out there who think that they’ll look like Miranda if they buy her rubbish.
    Miranda is so bloody ‘precious’ that she coudn’t have a family wedding.

  33. i think i’m in love with the fact that celebitchy’s husband is a biophysicist. so cool! much more interesting than the rest of this crap about a knocked up ex model.

  34. Future biophysicist says:

    The comments are wonderfully funny and true, except I disagree with the ones that keep saying she/other models/actresses are “genetically blessed”. Give me a break and stop drinking the kool-aid. Look at pics of them or see them in real life without makeup and airbrushed photos and tell me with a straight face they look good. They don’t. They are no more blessed than “average” people.

    Perhaps it’s an esteem issue with some people, but “as for me and my house”, I’ve still not seen a model who looks better than me and I don’t wear makeup nor do I need to. I don’t have to use Kora’s fake, hocus-pocus, love potion # 9 rose quartz water or any of her other crap. Orlando Bloom just doesn’t know how to pick women, does he? He should have stayed with Naomie Harris, at least she does have some semblance of intelligence!

  35. BloodD says:

    Bloody HELL! She is so DodDAMN annoying! She gives use Australian’s a bad name!

  36. Hunter says:

    The only thing vibrating is the singular brain cell bouncing around inside this vapid twit’s skull trying to escape.

    She’s nothing more than an uneducated panty model who likes the sound of her own voice.

  37. aenflex says:

    WOW CB you bagged a PHD! Shit yeah!

  38. MSL says:

    LOL – I see a few of the crazies from ‘Delphi Forums’ (a weird group of overly-obsessive ‘Miranda Kerr haters’) have made it here. (Can always spot them by how they choose to word their predictably immature insults.) Other than that, I’m inclined to agree with most of the original poster’s logic.

  39. I can see Team Cabbage made it here to defend their patron saint. Surprised you didn’t use the word stunning to describe your leader. Are you now going terrorize Celebitchy posters since they aren’t drinking the rose quartz water? LOL

  40. Lola says:

    You claim to not allow hatred here, yet you let through several replies from those who are not here to comment on the article, but who are just here to insult Miranda with juvenile posts.
    Making fun of her beliefs is one thing, but there are several personal insults posted here. That is hate, pure and simple, which you claim is not welcome.
    Or is it just OK to be hateful towards models? Or just certain models?
    Please clarify your rules, so I will know whether or not to keep this site on my ‘favorites list’.

  41. Once again the shippers are policing the net, trying to censor anybody who doesn’t sing the praises of some chick who got famous for banging an actor. She’s not a supermodel, she’s a social climber. Get over it!

  42. Lola says:

    Once again we have haters who don’t understand the difference between “not singing the praises of”, and hurling hateful, juvenile insults.
    And no, she is not a supermodel in the true sense of the word, but she is a TOP model, who just made two Vogue covers. You are in denial, and you need to get over that.
    Now run along and continue your search for threads about this young woman you so despise. I know that your own hate site is floundering, and anonymous posting sites are few and far between, so it is getting harder for you delphi sockpuppets to spread your venom.
    You’ve been outed on this thread. Posting here again will just make you look worse.

  43. You shippers made the whole fandom outing people on Celebitchy. I knew eventually JJ wouldn’t be enough for you.

  44. Lola says:

    Just as delphi isn’t enough for you, hmmm?
    Pardon me, but your hypocrisy is showing.

  45. Blaster says:

    Celebitchy, I love you so much. I literally died when I read your line:

    “I asked my husband, who has a PhD in biophysics, to help me comment on this ridiculous claim.”

  46. amelia says:

    @ Lola

    Mayfryn, is that you? *waves*

  47. Helen says:

    C’mon guys, stop the hating here! I’m actually using the Kora Brand and I’m very satisfied by it. I’m not saying the “quartz vibration” is associated with it but my skin is difinitely going better. And, wake up, organic DOES cost a lot, welcome to today’s world: it’s not because she is a model. Maybe before professing so much hatred you should go through the KORA page on Facebook and read about everyone this skincare helped. Then as Calen claims that Kora is not organic I’ll be saying this: Kora is IN the process of getting approved organic (in fact Miranda says it herself in her video so watch it before commenting!)so soon enough everything will be understood by everyone. But for the jalousy and hateful comments I’m afraid no one can do anything about stupidity

  48. Lia says:

    miranda is really a very unique celebrity since she is very wholesome and down to earth. her image is one based entirely on charity and kindness. yet every year, when we compile reports on which celebrity donates the most to charity, her and bloom never even grace the list. yet, she sponsors the image for many charities. considering bloom gets paid 7 mil a movie, they only managed to raise 2 grand for UNICEF. all i’m saying is, i just hope that like Angelina, their actions matches their image.

  49. Hills says:

    You guys can think what you want but her skin and beautiful. So, must be doing something right.