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Kourtney Kardashian is new spokesmodel for Manuka Doctor

Published 08/04/2016

Kourtney Kardashian
Kourtney Kardashian

The reality TV star has been touting the Manuka Doctor products for years.

Kourtney Kardashian has been unveiled as the new brand ambassador for her favourite skincare line, Manuka Doctor.

Kim Kardashian's older sister has struck an endorsement deal with officials at the luxury brand, which offers innovative skincare items made from purified bee venom and Manuka honey to combat acne and signs of ageing.

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, 36, is known for her love of natural remedies and organic products and she reveals the global partnership is a perfect match.

"I have been using the Manuka Doctor honey line for many years, so when the brand asked me to be their global ambassador, I couldn't have wished for a better partnership," Kourtney gushed in a statement.

"As fans of my show have seen, I am an advocate of products that use natural ingredients. I am incredibly excited to have this opportunity to work with a brand I believe in and introduce it to people around the world."

The mother-of-three will feature in Manuka Doctor's new advertising campaigns and take part in various promotional events.

She debuted her first shoot for the company on social media on Thursday (07Apr16), when she shared a photo of herself shot from the back, showing one of her bare shoulders painted in gold, with the reality star wearing matching gold eyeshadow.

"So excited to announce I'm the ambassador for Manuka Doctor skincare!" she captioned the snap, before adding the hashtags, "#BeeingKourtney #SkincareFromTheHive".

Kardashian family matriarch Kris Jenner also took to Twitter to celebrate the news.

"Congrats @kourtneykardash on being the NEW ambassador for @ManukaDr!!!" Kris posted excitedly.

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