She won’t be using it any time soon

Kylie Jenner might be the youngest of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, but she has managed to be the most succesful. The 21-year-old wears many hats and was been named the world’s youngest self-made billionaire by Forbes. With a highly-successful cosmetics company under her belt and a newly launched skincare brand, there is no stopping the mother-of-one.

Through it all though, no one has supported Kylie like her sisters. After the launch of Kylie Skin last month, Kim, Kourtney and Khloé quickly took to Instagram stories to flaunted their Kylie Skin goodies. However, missing from the action is older sister Kendall, but there is a reason behind her social media silence. Earlier this year, the 23-year-old supermodel candidly discussed her ongoing battle with acne, which is one of the main reasons she hasn’t tried her sister’s products.

 

 

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In January, Kendall was unveiled as Proactiv’s newest spokesperson and got honest about her struggle in an emotional Instagram Story, as part of the popular ’10 Year Challenge’ meme. So, to deal with her skin condition, the model has been following a specific skincare routine, which consist of Proactiv’s cleanser and acne treatment, and helps her maintain her clear complexion. “I’m stuck to my routine,” she told Bustle as she celebrated Proactiv’s new Paint Positivity campaign in New York City. “I don’t want to do too much.”

Kendall’s skincare routine is obviously specified as it targets acne-prone skin. Meanwhile, Kylie’s first range of products included a foaming cleanser, walnut face scrub, toner, moisturiser, Vitamin C serum and eye cream, which is suitable for all skin-type. However, the beauty mogul did say that she is planning on releasing “personalised skincare” in the future for “acne prone skin, dry skin, congested skin and oily skin.” So maybe then Kendall would give her products a go.

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