Poor Kim Kardashian!
The mother-of-two continued her social media return via Twitter on Thursday. Kim gave an unfortunate health update regarding her psoriasis, and revealed the skin condition has now spread to her face.
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“Wait why am I now getting psoriasis on my face?” she asked her followers.
Wait why am I now getting psoriasis on my face 😭— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) January 6, 2017
Wait why am I now getting psoriasis on my face 😭
News of the brunette beauty's skin condition isn't new. She revealed her psoriasis in 2011 on Keeping Up With the Kardashians, and claimed she inherited the condition from mama Kris Jenner, who started showing symptoms at age 30.
In August, Kim admitted to receiving cortisone injections in her butt to treat the condition via livestream, “I went to go get a cortisone shot in my butt,” the KUWTK star confessed. “One of my neighbors was a dermatologist at Cedars. I go in there and he’s like, ‘There’s a one in a billion chance that you will get a huge indent in your butt.’ Of course I get a huge indent on my butt.”
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After a photo revealed an indent on her infamous booty, Kim insisted they weren't butt implants, but rather a side-effect of the injections.
“There is a picture of me in Miami wearing an electric blue dress, and another picture of me walking down Robertson,” she continued. “You see the indent. And I think that’s when the rumors started: ‘She’s had implants.’”
“Every few years I get a cortisone shot,” she continued. “I just got one as my psoriasis was so bad in Vegas.”
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Additionally, over the summer, the 36-year-old revealed she's accepted the condition as part of who she is, although she hopes a cure will be found.
“Everyone with psoriasis has different symptoms; sometimes the rashes are itchy, sometimes they're flaky," she wrote on her app. "Mine flares up from time to time for different reasons. I'm always hoping for a cure, of course, but in the meantime, I'm learning to just accept it as part of who I am.”