After her multiple aesthetic operations and blood injections in the face, Kim Kardashian would be ready to take a new step in her race against aging. In the midst of promoting her new skincare brand, Skkn by Kim, the 41-year-old starlet revealed to The New York Times on June 1 what she could do to maintain her looks. A practice that did not fail to react. Since Ye’s ex-wife, aka Kanye West, says she’s up for ingesting feces, “If you told me I literally had to eat poop every day and I would look younger, I might . I could.”, she said in front of a probably dumbfounded journalist.

A new release that adds to the price of its cosmetic products, which are not very affordable. Because Kim Kardashian’s skincare routine has a cost that could keep many of its customers away. Comprising a facial cleanser, an exfoliant and various serums and creams to nourish several skin types, Skkn by Kim highlights formulas essentially composed of natural ingredients. A “prestige” which, according to the businesswoman, would justify prices ranging from around 40 to 90 euros: “[…] it was a kind of necessity. I just wanted to stay true to what I use [.. .],” she explained, adding that she assumes it can be “overwhelming” on some budgets.

Kim Kardashian, a regular in controversies

This is not the first time that the words of the ex-Madame West are controversial. Accustomed to controversy, the latter recently stood out for her drastic diet to get into one of Marilyn Monroe’s iconic dresses at the Met Gala 2022. The star proudly revealed her diet to put on the custom-made garment and worn by Marilyn to sing on President John Fitzgerald Kennedy’s birthday. Depriving himself of carbohydrates and sugars for almost three weeks, Kim Kardashian had managed to lose 7 kilos. A disreputable and useful feat that the mother of the family had defended: “It was such a challenge. It was like a role. I was determined to fit in. […] Christian Bale can do it for a movie role and that’s acceptable.”

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