Kylie Jenner's newly launched skin care line 'Kylie Skin
Kylie Jenner's newly launched skincare line 'Kylie Skin'
The beauty mogul and the world's youngest self-made billionaire, Kylie Jenner aged 21, has come across a long journey with her cosmetics, "Kylie Cosmetics" which remained one of the best products of worth $900 million.
And continuing to extend her empire, Kylie this time has graced all the stage with her newly launched skincare line, "Kylie Skin", on May 22, 2019.
Kylie Jenner's skincare line "Kylie Skin" was announced just last month via social media. The collection introduces six products:
A Walnut Face Scrub, a Foaming Face Wash, a Face Moisturizer, a Vanilla Milk Toner, a Vitamin C Serum and an Eye Cream. Each of these is said to be cruelty-free, paraben-free, gluten-free and also vegan.
About "Kylie Skincare"
- According to an official press release, the products were created to become a new go-to routine for beautiful and healthy skin.
- The Walnut scrub of $22 is packed with anti-inflammatory ingredients and skin-smoothing fruit extracts. Key ingredients like fine walnut powder help with exfoliating the skin, while ginseng extract helps energize your skin.
- Additional staples in the collection are the "Foaming Face Wash" of $24 and "Face Moisturizer" of $24. The wash is infused with kiwi seed oil which is packed with Vitamin C and E, together these vitamins help face maintain moisture and elasticity.
- Along with the Vanilla Milk Toner of $22, the Vitamin C Serum of $28, and the Eye Cream of $20.
- The new moisturizer was created to be used with all skin types and was created with oat and orange peel extracts in addition to aloe and shea butter. The combined ingredients soften, soothe and help your skin retain moisture.
- The range also features "Makeup Remover Wipes" of $10 which is towelettes that are oil-free and safe for sensitive skins and the "Kylie Skin Travel Bag" of $10.
- The entire kit of the new "Kylie Skin" collection is said to be exclusively available at kylieskin.com, at $125 USD.
Inside the party: "Kylie Skincare"
Kylie Jenner wasn’t going to let her launch pass without an epic party. She had a party just in the way you'd expect a Kardashian-Jenner billionaire to: She threw a lavish pink-hued party on Tuesday night at the Goya Studios Sound Stage in Hollywood.
Kylie herself was looking pinkish goddess wearing a white mini dress with a glittery silver cutout to the party with her hair down. Most of her other guests dressed similarly in white looks or pastel ones.
All of her Kardashian sisters except Kendall Jenner attended the youngest sister's party, Khloe, Kim, and Kourtney along with her mom Kris Jenner was seen wearing various shades of skin-tight and revealing pink outfits. Kendall was halfway around the world for the "Cannes Flim Festival".
Tons of beauty influencers showed their support, including James Charles, Tati Westbrook, Jordyn Woods, her dad Caitlyn Jenner and many other popular faces in the party where there was a large selection of Kylie’s favorite junk foods, including personal pizzas, ice cream, cupcakes, and individual instant ramen bowls.
However, there was no sign of Travis at the party but he was there in spirit as his music was blasting in the background.
Controversies about "Kylie Skincare"
One of her "Kylie Skin" range "a walnut face scrub" has been criticized by many of her fans claiming that the product could cause severe damage and create micro-tears in the skin.
Some skincare consultants said using a scrub is okay to use, others saying it’s too abrasive.
- "The Walnut Face Scrub" has been taken as an affecting product, as many of the people are against the use of the product:
- “PSA: don’t buy Kylie Jenner’s walnut skin scrub. Walnuts and other nuts are too abrasive to exfoliate your face, and instead, you end up with micro tears on your skin, which leads to wrinkles and premature aging,” said one Twitter user.
Kylie was even criticized saying that she is taking her products just for the sake of money:
- “Kylie Jenner does not care if walnuts tear your skin all she cares about is people buying her skincare products. She has a dermatologist and gets expensive treatments and facials done. She doesn’t use her skincare products also celebrities know that they have impressionable fans that will buy anything they promote or make,” said another Twitter user.
- “They don’t care about your skin only the money they will get from people buying the product.”
However, Kylie insists that her product were not harmful through her video uploaded on her Instagram page saying:
- "It’s really gentle – gentle enough to use every day. I’d recommend two or three times a week, that’s how much I use it. Some walnut face scrubs are kinda harsh on the skin. This isn’t too abrasive…it really leaves my skin feeling super baby soft, just makes you look glowy, takes away dead skin cells."