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Kylie Jenner's recent skincare launch hasn't been without its controversies, mainly revolving around walnut scrubs.

Fans are now DRAGGING her name to the dirt because of how she washes her face in a new Kylie Skin video. People are calling her a scammer thanks to the whopper foundation stains on her towel.

People have serious thoughts about this kerfuffle, to say the least. Kylie can be seen rubbing her new face wash onto herself for about a millisecond before rinsing it off and patting her face dry with a fluffy towel.

The fluffy towel then becomes basically a cesspit of foundation stains, and now everyone's busy calling Ms Jenner out as total 'scammer'.

Comments are claiming that the billionaire make-up mogul doesn't even use the products she's selling, and that she's lazy in her attempt to pretend to use them. 

"Kylie Jenner washing her face for seven seconds reminds me of that girl pretending to rub the makeup wipe on her face," wrote one Twitter user.

Another pointed out that using cleanser for under five seconds does absolutely nada for your skin, and her new product doesn't work effectively as a result.

"Love you Kylie Jenner but if you’re showing people how to wash their face with your products, do it properly," wrote Heidi Schneider. 

Another wrote;

"Kylie Jenner is real dumb for thinking she can fool anyone with her skin care brand?

"Sis is out here washing her face on camera using a filter not even letting the interested people see how it looks when she uses it AND there was foundation on the towel when she was done? No thanks."

An especially angry fan called her a rich b*tch "who goes to expensive dermatologists". 

To be fair, she does have access to the best plastic surgeons and dermatologists in the world, so selling skincare products in the first place makes minimal sense…

People also pointed out that putting a filter on the video meant that the skincare product was shown in an even MORE inaccurate light as a result…Ah Kylie. Make more of an effort, hun.

"How do you live with yourself knowing you're a scam…" wrote another Twitter fan. Yikes, she is losing fans left, right and centre.

It's only a short demonstration video that Kylie threw up on her Instagram, it's not official branded content.

Mayyyyyybe she does use her own Kylie Skin face wash but does it better in real life? Maybe? 

You can choose whether to give her the benefit of the doubt or not…

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Kim Kardashian is well and truly living her best life. The make-up mogul has just welcomed her fourth child via surrogate, a son named Psalm, and has been married to Kanye West for five years.

The 38-year-old made her first public appearance since welcoming the adorable baby boy almost two weeks ago, looking gorgeous in a pink, bodycon maxi dress.

She showed off her curvacious figure while at the launch of sister Kylie Jenner's skincare launch in Los Angeles. The mum-of-four supported Kylie's business venture alongside her siblings, all in pink:

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Kim announced on Twitter that herself and husband Kanye had met their fourth child on May 10, writing; "He's here and he's perfect."

She later added, "He's also Chicago's twin lol I'm sure he will change a lot but now he looks just like her." The famous couple already are parents to North, aged five, Saint, aged three and 15-month old Chicago.

Baby Psalm was born healthy and weighed 6lbs, 9 ozs, according to TMZ. We can't wait for them to share more photos of their newborn.

Kylie got plenty of familial support for her skincare product launch, looking as glam as ever in a skintight, pink mini-dress.

The 21-year-old billionaire cosmetics guru was joined by Kourtney, Khloe, Kim, Caitlyn Jenner and 'momager' Kris to show off the new goods.

The Instagram Stories were buzzing in Kardashian-land last night, with fans getting a glimpse of the festivities.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Kylie's new walnut scrub has come under fire, with dermatologists claiming walnut is actually damaging for your skin.

We'll see if her new Kylie Skin collection will miss the mark or become a cult classic.

Feature image: Instagram/@kimkardashian

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Well, after Rihanna announces the launch of her new LVMH fashion house Fenty, Kylie Jenner had to have a slice of that.

Kylie has been teasing the launch of something huge for the entire month on Twitter, and has finally confirmed her own skincare line, Kylie Skin.

Eagle-eyed fans noticed she filed a trademark application for Kylie Skin back in October 2018, but now the line will be here on earth with us as of May 22.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Seeing as Kylie Cosmetics has reportedly sold $600 million of makeup since first launching in 2016, it seems logical to branch out into skincare. What began with lip kits has brought her net worth up to almost a billion dollars, according to Forbes.

"Skin was something I dreamt up soon after Kylie Cosmetics. I've been working on this for what feels like a lifetime so I can’t believe I’m finally announcing!" she wrote on Twitter.

"Building my makeup line from the ground up has taught me a lot and I’m so blessed with that knowledge to apply to my brand new company! Birthing a whole new team, manufacturing, fulfilment, etc. separate from my cosmetics line was challenging but here we are!"

Some fans were immediately mesmerised by the skin care range's Instagram follower count…

"If you think I’m gonna spend $125 on Kylie Jenner’s new skin care line, you’re absolutely f*cking right," admits one sarcastic fan, straight-up owning her guilt.

The legendary queens of marketing tapped into that James Charles/Tati Westbrook drama and focussed the internet on skincare instead? How?

Idiots may just spend all of their money on the billionaire's skincare range…we are all idiots. Seriously.

It's fair to say her fans are feverish;

The baby pink, simple packaging is sold on six products, which are surprisingly affordable. Kylie herself said everything is cruelty free, vegan, gluten free, paraben and sulfate free and suitable for all skintypes, so it could be worth a try. 

We're sure this will bring her billionaire status up a few notches, would you try her skincare products?

Feature image: Instagram/@kylieskin

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