Sorry, sis! Kendall Jenner admitted in a new interview with Bustle that she doesn’t use Kylie Jenner’s skincare line, Kylie Skin, since her face is sensitive to certain products. “I’m stuck to my routine,” the 23-year-old told the outlet. “I don’t want to do too much.”
It makes sense that the Victoria’s Secret angel may not want to try Kylie’s goodies since many Twitter users complained about her walnut face scrub. One person wrote, “Well, this is horrifying. A foaming face wash and a walnut scrub?! Tragic to think that millions of girls will buy this trash and destroy their skin barriers,” while another echoed, “A walnut face scrub?! Why is Kylie trying to destroy our skin? OMFG.”
Kendall is an ambassador for Proactiv and admitted she has dealt with acne since her first major breakout at 14 years old. “Before that, I may have gotten one or two zits here and there,” she said. “But never bad. My entire forehead was covered in little milia, and then it just grew from there. It started to happen all over my face — milia and also gnarly zits.”
The model’s face cleared up after she went on birth control at age 16, but in 2018, she learned she couldn’t take the medication anymore due to health issues, so those terrible pimps popped up again. “I had flashbacks of being in high school. I experienced [acne] in two different times in my life. One being high school, when all you’re trying to do is be accepted and be part of something, and I wouldn’t even look people in the eyes when I would speak to them,” she confessed. “The next time it came around, I was supposed to be this model who has everything together. That’s never the cast, first of all — good skin or not. But the whole world is looking at you, and it’s like a magnifying glass on everything that you do and what happens to you.”
Before the KUWTK star partnered with the brand, she wanted to make sure the products really worked on her face. After using Proactiv along with laser treatments and PRP, a.k.a. vampire facials, she was hooked.
In the end, Kendall wants to be open with her fans about her insecurities. “I love that I can be vulnerable in this situation and show people that I’m human, too,” she said. “And I hopefully can set a sort of example that it’s OK, and everyone deals with stuff like this.”
Hmm … maybe down the line she’ll try it! Sorry, Ky.
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