She’s the glamorous blonde who won Miss Universe Australia in 2017.
And on Tuesday, Olivia Rogers revealed a bizarre and simple trick to help get rid of mouth ulcers.
Uploading a video to her Instagram Stories, the 28-year-old said she puts Vegemite over them to minimise the pain.
Scroll for video
So that’s how she does it! On Tuesday, former Miss Universe Olivia Rogers (pictured) revealed her bizarre trick to get rid of mouth ulcers
It’s understood the high salt content of Vegemite is a terrific balm for painful ulcers.
The model, who is a qualified speech pathologist, told her 153,000 followers that she was tired and felt drained after a week of being sick.
In the past, Olivia has called for more honesty and sincerity on social media.
Neat trick! Uploading a video to her Instagram Stories, the 28-year-old said she puts Vegemite over them to minimise the pain
The model pointed out that too many people pretend to have ‘perfect lives’ online and masquerade reality by only ever posting their ‘highlight reels’.
She went on to say it was important to protect other users, which include young girls going through adolescence.
‘There are so many beautiful amazing people on there … and young girls put them on a pedestal and say: “I wanna be like them”,’ she told the Herald Sun in 2017.
Social responsibility: Olivia has previously said Instagram users needed to be ‘more real’, as young girls put them on a pedestal. Pictured in Melbourne in March in 2019
She went on: ‘But everyone has their own struggles and insecurities, and being open about that helps.’
After shooting to fame in the Miss Universe Australia competition, Olivia has become a regular fixture on the social scene.
In January, the model shared the heart-warming moment her fiancé Justin Mckeone got down on one knee to propose on the Amalfi Coast during a getaway trip.
‘He’s the love of my life’: In January, the model shared the heart-warming moment her fiancé Justin Mckeone got down on one knee to propose on the Amalfi Coast during a getaway trip