KYLIE Jenner has been mocked by fans for “not washing her face” properly in a skincare advert after spotting the towel she used was covered in make-up.
The 21-year-old appeared to spend very little time applying the product to her face before washing it off and even used a filter for the short video.
In case you missed it, Kylie has recently added to her already impressive beauty line with a new range of skincare – Kylie Skin.
The full set of six products will set you back $123 and the range has almost entirely sold out after just one week.
The reality star, who is a billionaire thanks to her beauty line, celebrated the launch by releasing six short videos to her YouTube channel, explaining the use of each product.
She also added a 40-second clip to the official Kylie Skin Twitter page showing her using the foam face wash.
But her fans were unimpressed and slammed the youngest of the Kardashian/Jenner clan for not knowing how to wash her own face and using a ‘dirty’ towel.
One replied to the video: “Imagine buying face wash from someone who doesn’t even know how to wash their face properly.
Another joked: “this how you wash your face when you can buy new skin”
While one questioned: “Shouldn’t you wash your face for 1-2 minutes”
In the video the mum-of-one used a filter to show how she cleanses her face, which also got people’s backs up.
One follower sarcastically wrote: “Nice filter really easy to see what this product does for you”
And one joked: “She’s robbing y’all blind with a Snapchat filter and a dirty towel”
While another added: “Mam, the filter defeats the purpose of us seeing whatever effects your product has done to your skin…”
According to experts, we should spend at least 60 seconds washing our faces with a product to let the cleanser ingredients really penetrate the skin.
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Esthetician Nayamka Roberts-Smith of LABeautyologist frequently tells her Twitter followers to wash their face for 60 seconds straight and it has proved so popular it’s earned the hashtag #60secondrule
If Kylie had washed her face using this method there is little chance she would have been left with so much make-up residue on the white towel she uses afterwards.
While many of her fans have given the products rave reviews, others have taken issue with them – in particular the walnut exfoliator.
In her YouTube video, Kylie said the scrub was “gentle enough to use every day”, although she claimed to use the product two or three times a week.
However, walnut scrubs have been an issue of contention within the beauty industry for years, with some dermatologists suggesting that the particles can cause micro-tears on the skin’s surface allowing bacteria to enter the deeper layers of the skin.
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