• Kim Kardashian West posted a selfie to Instagram during a facial with Melanie Grant.
  • Kim also shared her brand new skincare regimen, which is a 5 step process.
  • She revealed she’s a huge fan of Chanel body oil calling it “heaven in a jar.”

In between studying for her Torts exam, Kim Kardashian West was able to squeeze in a brief moment of self-care while getting a facial with Australian aesthetician Melanie Grant at her Los Angeles clinic.

Of course, Kim had to share her facial with her fans by posting a selfie to Instagram stories.

But what’s even better than her face mask selfie? She posted a photo of the beauty products she’s taking home with her after her facial.

Kim Kardashian West

Here’s Kim Kardashian’s exact new skincare regimen for you to drool over…


Step 1: Cleanser

CosMedix Purity Clean dermstore.com $39.00

Kim took home this Purity Clean Cleanser from CosMedix. It’s formulated for oily and acne-prone types (Kim, she’s just like us!), and uses tea tree oil to help clarify the skin.

Step 2: Serum

Serum 16 (1 fl oz.) CosMedix dermstore.com $80.00

After you cleanse, it’s time for serum. Kim’s now using the CosMedix Serum 16 which is a retinol serum (best used at night only). Retinol has been shown to help reduce fine lines and wrinkles as it stimulates your body to produce more collagen. This serum also has squalene, a super hydrator.

Step 3: Face Cream

AUGUSTINUS BADER The Rich Cream barneys.com $160.00

Among beauty junkies, The Rich Cream from Augustinus Bader is a bit of a Holy Grail product. It was formulated by a German professor and uses a combo of amino acids, vitamins, and other molecules to help boost the body’s own production of stem cells in order to reduce signs of aging. It’s also free from synthetic fragrance and silicones.

*I actually just started using it this week and have woken up looking really well-rested and dewier than usual. And now I feel even fancier knowing Kim K is using this too!

Step 4: Eye Cream

CosMedix Opti Crystal dermstore.com $95.00

Between studying for the Bar exam, taking care of her three (and soon-to-be-four) small kids, and her early morning workouts, it’s no wonder Kim K needs a heavy-hitting eye cream—the woman must be exhausted! The CosMedix Opti Crystal treatment works to address all areas of tired eyes: dark circles, lines, and puffiness.

Step 5: Body Oil

Chanel L’HUILE ROSE Body Massage Oil chanel.com $230.00

It wouldn’t be a complete Kim Kardashian West skin regimen without taking care of her body. Kim raved about Chanel’s L’Huille Rose body oil, calling it “heaven in a jar.” What makes the elixir so special? It uses helianthus annus flower oil and smells like a French rose garden.

Marta Topran Marta Topran, the beauty director at Women’s Health, has been covering the world of skincare, makeup, hair, and wellness for over 12 years.

Kim Kardashian is the face that launched a thousand “baking” makeup tutorials:

Of course, when we say “baking” we’re not talking cupcakes but rather the now classic makeup technique that involves using translucent powder to create a poreless, smooth complexion. While Kim did not invent the beauty trick (it has its roots in the drag community), she did popularize it for the Instagram generation. It was only a matter of time before she’d launch her own baking tools with her nine-month-old makeup brand, KKW Beauty.

Come March 23, the ELLE cover star is debuting concealer kits that each include the three steps she has long followed with her makeup artist of 10 years, Mario Dedivanovic. The $80 bundles include a liquid concealer that comes in 16 shades, finely milled baking powder, brightening pressed powder, and makeup brushes. Each piece is also available separately for $18.

“You go into stores, and now look online, and you see a concealer product but no one really teaches you ,” Kim told ELLE.com over the phone, “I had my makeup artists who showed me you have to set to make it not crease. I’m hoping to have this really easy kit that people can just get.”

To showcase the kit’s versatility, Kim enlisted none other than her mom Kris Jenner, 62, and grandmother M.J., 83, to model in the campaign.

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Concealer Kits coming 03.23. #KKWBEAUTY #ConcealBakeBrighten

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Ahead of the launch, we caught up with Kim to talk more about her latest experiments in unique beauty services, the KKW Fragrance chocolate heart delivery that had everyone talking, and the surprising way she applies skincare.

First of all, your smashable chocolate heart KKW Fragrance delivery was genius. What did you think of all the reactions?

That was so exciting. If people only knew what went into that! The candy hearts came with the wrong letters, so we had to frantically fix them all. It was such a last-minute thing, I thought of it like a week before they were delivered. The most amazing team, Chris from Butter Love and Hardwork made them so quickly—he really pulled through.

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KIMOJI Hearts for KoKo 💕 #kimkardashian @kimkardashian

A post shared by KIM K x KYLIE (@kimkxkylie) on Jan 31, 2018 at 4:18pm PST

Where did the idea come from?

For Christmas, Chris sent me a wreath with big chocolate treats the color of KKW nude. They had hammers to smash the treat and inside were all these candies. I thought, ‘Okay, it’s Valentine’s Day, what if we do big hearts and have the perfume inside?’ I never thought he could pull that off in seven days. The fact that they did was crazy.

Now, for the new concealer kit. It’s really focused on under eyes—what do you think causes your own dark circles?

It’s hereditary for me. My mom looked at me the other day and was like, ‘Wow, you really have such dark undereye circles’ and I was like, ‘I know, I’ve been seeing them for so long.’ She doesn’t so they definitely come from my dad’s side. I heard there’s lasers you can do, I’ve never gone that far.

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Conceal, Bake, Brighten on 03.23 at 12pm PST available exclusively at KKWBEAUTY.COM #KKWBEAUTY #ConcealBakeBrighten

A post shared by KKW BEAUTY (@kkwbeauty) on Mar 14, 2018 at 12:20pm PDT

Kris Jenner is in the campaign with a blonde pixie. You’ve already gone blonde—would you ever get the Momager haircut?

I did once when I was in high school and I gained a little bit of weight and it was not cute. I don’t know, I love hair so probably not.

What are your sisters’ favorite products from KKW Beauty?

Khloé loves highlighter, so she loves the powder; Kourtney loves the lips , my mom loves the lips, too. Kendall wears a red lip, mostly, so she has her own with Estée Lauder.

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Happy International Women’s Day

A post shared by Kim Kardashian West (@kimkardashian) on Mar 8, 2018 at 5:04pm PST

Kylie released a makeup collection inspired by her baby, Stormi. What did you think of her jumping right back into work?

She knew her name months and months before, so that was inspiring to her. She was so excited and she puts everything into her brand. I think that was so perfect for her.

Kim with Kylie holding Chicago. YouTube

You’ve tried a lot of cool facials on Snapchat. In one of them you were hooked up to an electric machine…

It was like these electrocurrents! It didn’t hurt, it was just hooked up to this machine to tighten skin.

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Pamper Thy Visage 💆🏻 @kimkardashian #kimkardashian

A post shared by KIM K x KYLIE (@kimkxkylie) on Mar 4, 2018 at 10:16am PST

You were also trying ultrasound and LED light facials. What do you like about those services?

I have psoriasis so that helps a little bit. Last night, once the kids went to bed I got a facial at 10 P.M. It was some radio frequency facial that tightens and lifts. It’s hard now with three kids to fit in everything you want to do for yourself, so I had to put them all to bed and go get a facial in the middle of the night. It was really amazing.

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Dr Lancer Facial #kimkardashian @kimkardashian

A post shared by KIM K x KYLIE (@kimkxkylie) on Feb 13, 2018 at 11:59am PST

Since you wear a lot of off-the-shoulder and low-cut tops, do you extend skincare to your chest and neck, too?

Absolutely. I always put skincare all over, I think that’s really a necessity; I put it on my legs, my arms. You really have to do your neck and your chest. I might not like the scent of something, but if I feel like it’s powerful product I’ll use it all over my body.

Like a face cream?

Yeah, or a toner or a serum, I’ll just put it on my arms, my legs, my stomach—just use it everywhere.

Madonna has said she uses her MDNA skin clay face mask on her butt.

Yeah, that’s so funny! I haven’t done that but I should.

Kristina Rodulfo Beauty Director Kristina Rodulfo is the Beauty Director of Women’s Health—she oversees beauty coverage across print and digital and is an expert in product testing, identifying trends, and exploring the intersections of beauty, wellness, and culture.

Kim Kardashian West Just Shared Her Oscars Skin-Care Prep and It Involves Black Diamonds

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There’s no skin treatment that Kim Kardashian won’t try for the sake of glowing skin. In addition to microdermabrasion and laser treatments, she’s revealed her love of vampire facials and facial cupping in the past. Now, three days out from the Oscars, she shared a look at the new way she’s prepping her skin on her Instagram story. (Next up: Kim Kardashian Uses a $9 Face Cleanser and She Suddenly Seems More Like Us)

Kardashian visited esthetician Joanna Czech, who customizes her facials based on how her client’s skin is looking that day, using tech like cryotherapy, diamond exfoliation, and oxygen infusion. Czech thought KKW could benefit from some LED therapy. Kardashian posted a video of herself receiving the green LED treatment, which is thought to have anti-inflammatory benefits and can also help reduce redness as well as treat hyperpigmentation, sun spots, and dark circles. (In 2017, Kardashian revealed that she’s used light therapy to treat her psoriasis with some success.)

Image zoom Photo: Instagram / @kimkardashian

Following the LED treatment, Kardashian had a double sheet mask situation going on. Czech applied 111SKIN Celestial Black Diamond Lifting and Firming Mask ($250, net-a-porter.com) to Kardashian’s neck and chest. The hydrogel mask is as bougie as it sounds; in addition to its hydrating properties, the mask contains powerful anti-aging ingredients retinol, progeline (a peptide), and actual black diamond particles, which may help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. On her face, Kardashian wore the 111SKIN Bio Cellulose Treatment ($160, dermstore.com). The mask is formulated with licorice root extract, silk amino acids, and centella asiatica, an herb that reportedly boosts collagen production.

Kardashian didn’t share any other footage from her treatment but she also tagged Cle de Peau-and Czech recently posted a photo of Cle de Peau 3-step Illuminating Concentrate to Instagram, writing that she loves “using this mask on clients before a red carpet event or special night out.” Make of that what you will.

While we don’t all have access to celeb estheticians, luckily, LED masks and devices are out there for at-home use at a fraction of the cost. (This Photon Beauty Mask has a green LED setting so you can try out the tech KKW used for yourself.) And while $400-plus for exact sheet masks used in the video might be out of your monthly sheet mask budget (that’s a thing, right?), you can take a page out of her book with these cheaper, celeb-approved mask alternatives the next time you need to get ready for a big night out-or you know, while you watch the Oscars with a glass of wine.

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It takes a lot of money to look like a Kardashian. On Thursday, Kim Kardashian West revealed her skin-care staples on her website and app, and the entire list adds up to more than $4,500, according to People.

“I love to try out new beauty and skin-care products, but there are some that I’ll just never give up,” the beauty mogul wrote on her blog, adding that she keeps these in her makeup cabinet at all times. “I’ve gotten into such a good routine because I use products that work together and really see results!” Naturally, this means her list includes plenty of serums, like the skin-plumping Dr. Barbara Sturm Hyaluronic Serum ($300), the Dr. Barbara Sturm Super Anti-Aging Serum made with hyaluronic acid ($350), La Mer’s Genaissance de La Mer The Serum Essence ($630), made with soothing seaweed extract and nourishing sweet almond oil, the soothing La Mer The Concentrate ($470), and the fine line-fighting Guerlain Orchidée Impériale Longevity Concentrate ($510).

Kim K. is also a big fan of facial oils, and has listed a few luxe elixirs as her favorites, including La Mer’s The Renewal Oil ($245), which is formulated with moisturizing meadowfoam seed oil, and Anastasia Beverly Hills’s Hydrating Oil ($64), made with nourishing jojoba and rosehip oils.

Here are the others on her list:

This isn’t the first time Kardashian West has shared her skin-care secrets. In January, she gave fans a list of her favorite “anti-aging” products (a term Allure doesn’t use because of its, well, anti-aging connotations), revealing that she’s into like fan-favorites, like the $`10 The Ordinary Granactive Retinoid* 2% Emulsion and the Best of Beauty-winning Drunk Elephant T.L.C. Sukari Babyfacial ($80).

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Do you know who screams relatable? Kim Kardashian. She’s just a humble businesswoman who has the occasional brush with fame, and it turns out, she’s just as obsessed with The Ordinary as the rest of us.

Okay, so only one of those three things is true and you know what, that’s fine. We can’t all be Kim Kardashian, but for $18.95, you can get one step closer.

‘How?’, I hear you ask. Let us introduce you to The Ordinary’s Gran Active Retinoid 2% Emulsion. Sounds fancy right? It is and we’ve got the down-low on exactly what it is and why it belongs in your new skincare regimen.

This superstar prod is a retinoid active, part of the age-defying vitamin A derivative family. You’ve probably seen it’s slightly less refined older sibling, retinol, around before. While most retinoids and retinols get a bad rep for being irritating (ever heard of the retinol uglies?), The Ordinary’s emulsion is designed to make the serum gentle while still providing the same treatment.

The actual formulation is easily recognised by the skin so it makes it super easy to absorb. If you’re not so into the anti-ageing properties, that doesn’t mean this product isn’t for you. It can also treat skin conditions like pigmentation and acne.

So how do you use it?

Simply apply a couple of drops to your face in the PM. It’s best to apply it after your serums but before you move onto heavier moisturisers like creams and oils. Boom, you’re basically a Kardashian now.

While Kim K is a fan of the 2% formula, if you’re already pretty comfortable with vitamin A, you can go ahead and give the Gran Active Retinoid 5% Emulsion a crack.

Hot tip: Like retinol, retinoid can make your skin more sensitive to the sun. It is super important that you use a broad spectrum SPF when using these products in your skincare routine (even if it’s your nighttime regimen).

What new trends have you noticed recently in terms of how people want to look? What do you think this says about our changing relationship with beauty?
Melissa Haloossim: Trends are different depending on where you live. In Los Angeles, there has been a demand for more exaggerated features. Lips are a great example. Many people are using beauty to completely change their look rather than enhance it. We redirect our patients from trends to their own natural beauty.

What are your beauty dos and don’ts?
Melissa Haloossim: Don’t just get treatments done because they are popular. We customise treatments to individual needs. It’s important to go to a place that will tell you what you need rather than give you what you want.

When it comes to lasers, experts have conflicting views. Why do you think this is?
Melissa Haloossim: Some professionals do not believe that lasers work and tend to recommend more invasive options. There are also thousands of lasers out there. This can make it difficult to understand what works and what the right applications are.

According to numerous studies, more and more people are having things done. Why do you think this is? What role has social media played in this?
Melissa Haloossim: We are living in an exciting time where technology is improving every day. People are recognizing that prevention is key, and starting early will help us age more gracefully. As time has passed, the stigma around Botox and other treatments have dissipated. Reality television and social media have desensitized people when it comes to aesthetics. It has not only become acceptable, but it’s also the norm. Lastly, people are publicizing the aesthetic and beauty industry in ways not seen before on YouTube, FB and IG. People are watching and educating themselves at the same time.

With more and more celebrities tagging their doctors on social media, and the conversation about things like Botox and fillers becoming more commonplace, getting something done feels totally normal. Is this a good thing?
Melissa Haloossim: It’s great that people are more open to trying such treatments, but like anything, people need to realize that they need to be careful. There are a number of practitioners offering botox and fillers because they can make more money. Just because someone has the credentials to offer these services does not mean they are qualified to it. There are many risks that people need to be aware of so doing research is important.

What is the most rewarding part of your job?
Melissa Haloossim: The connections and relationships I make with my patients. I have had some of my clients for 15 years. The most rewarding part is seeing their faces light up when they see the changes.

Is there anything that you’re excited about in terms of new tech developments in your field?
Melissa Haloossim: The advancements and research around injectables are very promising. Innovations in laser technology for the face and body are truly exciting.

What is the future of beauty?
Melissa Haloossim: We believe that while plastic surgery will always be needed, the aesthetics field is advancing enough to prolong the need for the knife.

IF YOU want to reverse the ageing process, you could give smothering yourself in blood a try.

The cosmetic procedure, which has been nicknamed the ‘vampire facial’, was made famous by Kim Kardashian. But what is it and how does it work?

4 Kim Kardashian made vampire facials famous after posting this picture on TwitterCredit: Kim Kardashian/twitter

What is a vampire facial?

The ‘proper’ name for a vampire facial is Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy.

It’s essentially a regenerative therapy, which uses nothing but the patient’s own blood.

Platelets are tiny blood cells which play a crucial part in helping the body stop bleeding – as well as repairing damaged blood vessels and cells.

You could think of them as little powerhouses, which release proteins for growth when they come in contact with the body’s tissue.

4 The treatment is performed under general anaesthetic creamCredit: E

In PRP, a needle is used to draw blood from the client’s arm. The blood is then spun in a machine, to remove the platelets.

The plasma from the blood is extracted, and spattered on the client’s face using tiny acupuncture-style needles to rejuvenate their face.

Those promoting PRP say it should:

  • Improve the appearance of wrinkles, scars and stretch marks
  • Rejuvenate the under-eye area
  • Tighten stubborn open poors
  • Plump and volumise any area (e.g. cheeks) where someone might otherwise gets fillers.

4 Model Bar Rafaeli has also indulged in a vampire facialCredit: Instagram

Are vampire facials painful and are they safe?

Before any needles are injected, a local anaesthetic cream is applied to the face.

This should make the treatment relatively painless, although clients should expect any injections made directly into the lip border to hurt a bit.

Possible side-effects include puffy looking skin, mild itchiness for a day or two, and bruising around the eyes.

According to Illuminate Skin Clinic: “Bruising is reasonably common around the eyes.

“This is because the under-eye area is very rich in small blood vessels and it is virtually impossible to avoid them.”

In July 2013, Kerry Katona added the vampire to her extensive list of cosmetic treatments and plastic surgery.

Unlike other stars, Kerry had a nasty reaction to the treatment – which left her with a bloated face and puffy cheeks.

She told the Daily Mirror: “I didn’t want to fall asleep because I was scared I would never wake up. My face was swelling so much I didn’t recognise myself.”

How much do vampire facials cost?

Vampire facials cost around £750 – and people don’t normally see results for three to four weeks.

Those over the age of 40 are recommended to have three treatments, spaced four to six weeks apart, while younger clients may only need one.

The treatment takes around an hour and a half, and clients are advised to have a maintenance treatment one year later.

4 While TOWIE’s Ferne McCann was the latest star to get the cosmetic treatmentCredit: Instagram

Which celebs have had vampire facials?

TOWIE babe Ferne McCann invested in a vampire facial, after going under the knife for a nose job in August 2016.

Ferne said: “I definitely worry about ageing.

“I’m moving in to my late 20s this year, so ageing is something that plays on my mind. You just have to take care of your skin.”

She added: “Because of the anaesthetic, you feel hardly anything. It’s a really good feeling. It feels like it’s going to make you look amazing and do wonders to the skin.”

Stunning Israeli model Bar Rafaeli has also had the treatment – ahead of her appearance on X Factor Israel.

Bar is also a fan of the liquid gold facial, a £400 treatment in which 24k liquid gold is smothered on someone’s face in a bid to reduce fine lines and wrinkles.

However, it was Kim K who brought the treatment into the public eye – after posted a scary selfie of herself smothered in blood.

Enquiries about the treatment have risen by a huge 56 per cent since she shared that now-notorious Twitter pic.


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‘Vampire facial’ made famous by Kim Kardashian allegedly gives two users HIV

Two clients of a New Mexico spa have tested positive for HIV after opting for the vampire facial, a treatment popularised by Kim Kardashian-West and her perennial quest for perfection.

According to a report from the Albuquerque Journal, the botched blood facials took place at VIP Spa, a facility shut down for unsanitary practices in 2018 by the New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH).

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The same report urged anyone who had the vampire facial between the months of May and September last year to get tested for HIV, Hepatitis C and other blood-borne infections.

The vampire facial involves a technician taking a sample of the clients’ blood and extracting platelet-rich plasma from the blood sample. The plasma is then injected into the face.

The plasma is said to contain proteins and nutrients that encourage the production of collagen, which is believed to help correct countless skin concerns – including fine lines, surgical scars and acne pockmarks.

The treatment began trending back in 2013, after Kim Kardashian-West posted a photo of herself receiving the facial on her Instagram. It was another in a string of beauty products – like ‘flat tummy teas’ and weight-loss supplements – that the Kardashian clan have drawn ire for promoting. The family penchant for paid-for promotions has also received backlash for encouraging unhealthy beauty standards among young fans.

It’s been a couple of years since Hanacure’s All-in-One Facial went viral, thanks in part to Drew Barrymore, who became one of the first of many to post a selfie while wearing the unique K-beauty treatment. The great irony of this mask is that people use it to help make their skin look its best, but they just can’t resist sharing photos of the process because it makes them look their weirdest. The latest celebrities to offer an alarming look at their Hanacure experience: Kim Kardashian West and Kourtney Kardashian.

Kourtney posted a photo on Wednesday showing the two eldest Kardashian sisters looking a little…different. Usually seen with impeccable makeup and a filter or two, Kim and Kourtney looked a bit like their faces were melting — one of the strangest selling points of the Hanacure All-in-One Facial . “Kim convinced me to use this face mask and I feel stunning,” Kourtney wrote in the caption, mostly likely sarcastically.

The reason the All-in-One Facial has this effect is because the combination of its Lifting Serum and Gelling Solution pulls skin taut — so taut that it takes on an almost raisin-like texture and even pulls the lower eyelids down and lips apart in such a way that the user’s face looks totally different. However, celebrities like Demi Moore say the firming and brightening results of the Korean formula are totally worth it.

Even though Hanacure has become an Instagram favorite, plenty of Kourtney’s followers were clearly seeing it for the first time. In addition to countless “WTF” comments left by fans, one commenter wrote, “Lmfaoooooo what is thiiis?! 😂😂😂😂,” while another said, “Omg I thought it was a Snapchat filter.” Even Brittny Gastineau was confused, commenting, “What the heck is that?”

Little sis Kendall Jenner, seemingly aware of what Kim and Kourtney were doing, still got a huge kick out of it, writing, “i can’t breathe 😂.” Other classic comments include the all-caps, “I LITERALLY JUST MADE THE MOST INHUMANE SOUND EVER,” and, “This made me think of the movie Death Becomes Her at the end when they were at Hal’s funeral lol.” Well, both the movie and the masking session started out with a quest for youthful-looking skin, so maybe they’re onto something.

If you’d like to see what your face looks like during and after the Hanacure All-in-One Facial, you can get a starter kit for $29 or the full-size set for $110.

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Kim and Kourtney Kardashian Look Unrecognizable as They Try Trendy but Bizarre New Face Masks

The Kardashians are known for staying on top of beauty trends, so it’s no surprise sisters Kim and Kourtney are testing out the latest craze in skin care — the Hanacure facial mask.

On Wednesday, Kourtney, 39, shared a selfie of herself and Kim, 38, wearing the Hanacure mask, a South Korean product Drew Barrymore swears by.

“Kim convinced me to use this face mask and I feel stunning,” Kourtney wrote, joking about the unusual way her face looked with the mask on.

In the shot, Kim and Kourtney are almost unrecognizable as the mask appears to be pulling their skin so tightly they can barely smile.

The post prompted a number of fans to comment their reactions, which included a plethora of laughing emojis.

Little sister Kendall Jenner also found the selfie funny as she wrote, “I can’t breathe 😂.”

Last year, Barrymore, 44, raved over the product in a post about all of her favorite beauty buys, which included a photo of herself with the mask on.

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“This is a @hanacurreffect mask @thehanacure… when you take it off you are 10 years younger. You paint it on with a brush. It starts to dry. It pulls. It gets so tight that it literally pulls your face. But, it makes you look so fresh when you wash it off. And it’s so effective. How fun is that in a package.”

Image zoom Kourtney and Kim Kardashian Theo Wargo/Getty

According to the brand’s website, the Hanacure mask is inspired by the lotus flower and “delivers a transformative experience in 30 minutes.”

“In Asian culture, the lotus flower represents rebirth and purity as it emerges from murky waters to blossom anew each day. The flowers remain pure, clean, and untouched despite its adverse surroundings. It is with this inspiration that we created Hanacure, a transformative collection to renew and reveal the purest form of age-defying beauty,” the site reads.

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The mask “tightens, brightens, contours and diminishes the appearances of wrinkles.”

Kourtney’s post comes just a couple of days after the mom of three indulged in a racy photo shoot with sisters Khloé Kardashian and Kendall, 23, following an Oscars afterparty Sunday night.

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In the slideshow of photos shared on Monday, Kourtney can be seen in a sheer gown with a black bra and thong underneath. She accessorized the look with a pair of Yeezy heels. Khloé also wore a sheer look, but instead of a gown, hers was a jumpsuit.

For the shoot, Kendall opted for a red leather dress with white pointed toe heels. Her look was different from her Vanity Fair party ensemble, which was a high-cut leotard with fringe details on her hips, and long panels of sequin fabric covering her front and rear.

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The Kardashian/Jenner clan is pretty good at keeping fans in the loop when it comes to top beauty tips and secrets. And if you’ve been keeping up with the reality stars for as long as we have, you know sisters Kim and Kourtney are known to hop on some pretty strange and under-the-radar bandwagons. In fact, there’s one formula they use that still has us scratching our heads.

Earlier this year, Kourtney Kardashian, 40, shared a photo of herself and Kim Kardashian, 39, using Hanacure’s The All-In-One Facial, which is often dubbed “the world’s most powerful skincare product.”

“Kim convinced me to use this face mask and I feel stunning,” Kourtney explained on Instagram.

The popular dermatologist-tested mask, powered by a CO2 Octolift compound and essential botanicals, temporarily tightens the skin and apparently makes people look like they’ve aged. It’s known to increase collagen and reveal a smoother and brighter complexion — after you rinse, that is. Also formulated with Acetyl Hexapeptide-8, a non-invasive alternative to Botox, it magically reduces the appearance of wrinkles after just one use.

The All-In-One Facial – Starter

The All-In-One Facial – StarterMore

Shop it: Hanacure, approx. $38 (US$29)

“It was incredibly tight as it dried. I looked in the mirror and saw a monster staring back at me! Lol. My face felt amazing afterwards,” says one reviewer, who gave it a five-star rating.

“Incredible product. Used just once and INSTANT difference. Bought a whole set right after. Can’t wait to do it again! Never been so obsessed with a product in my life,” adds another reviewer.
Designed for one application, each order includes a lifting serum, a gelling pack and a brush for a steep price of $29. But as pricey as this multi-action treatment mask can be, 93 per cent of users would recommend it to friends and family, while 90 per cent of users agree that it improves the skin’s overall appearance.

There’s also the option to purchase a set of four treatment masks.

The All-In-One Facial – Set

The All-In-One Facial – SetMore

Shop it: Hanacure, approx $145 (US$110)

Love them or hate them, there’s no denying the Kardashians know how to maintain their looks. And with the cold winter air attacking our skins, there’s no better time to give this mask a try. Let us know what you think in the comments below.

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