Kylie Jenner Just Revealed Two More Kylie Skin Products
UPDATE (May 10, 2019): Just when we thought that the launch of Kylie Skin would mean the debut of six products — face wash, toner, face scrub, serum, moisturizer, and eye cream — it looks like Kylie Jenner can’t wait to launch even more options.
Since announcing what everyone thought would be the only products dropping on May 22 — after all, they’re available as a set — the Kylie Skin Instagram account posted photos of two more skin-care products. Well, actually, the first one isn’t so much a skin-care product as it is an accessory for your skin-care products: a Kylie Skin Travel Bag. The zipped pouch is bubblegum-pink (like all of the product packaging) with a clear, logo-emblazoned front panel that lets you see all of your full-size Kylie Skin products.
The eighth product launching next week is a packet of Makeup Removing Wipes. According to the Instagram post revealing the towelettes, they “wipe away waterproof eye, lip and face makeup,” and are oil-free and “safe for sensitive skin.”
But while many fans were initially thrilled with the prices of the first six products, some are annoyed that Jenner is charging $10 for 30 wipes. “$10 for a pack of wipes?! Need to remortgage I think,” one commenter wrote, while another said, “could have been biodegradable at that price.”
Other followers, seeing that we may be getting more products than originally thought, started commenting with requests. “What about a sunscreen for the face???” one hopeful fan asked. “MAKE A LIP MASKKK😭😍,” another demanded.
There’s still a week until everything officially goes on sale, so perhaps Jenner already has additional products in the works. We’ll let you know as soon as any more items are revealed.
This post originally appeared on May 12, 2019.
Kylie Jenner dropped the dewiest bomb on Friday when she officially announced the launch of her previously unconfirmed yet somehow simultaneously highly anticipated skin-care line, Kylie Skin. We were told we would have to wait until May 22 to start shopping, but we weren’t told what we would get to shop for when that day comes. But luckily, Jenner isn’t making us wait any longer to see what the debut collection includes.
On Saturday morning, the new Kylie Skin Instagram account posted a photo of the bottom of a bottle of Foaming Face Wash, surrounded by lather and with the simple caption “first step. 💦.” At the time, it seemed Jenner might be launching only a cleanser at first, or perhaps she would be revealing only a little bit of each product as we approached the launch date. But then, to the delight of many eager followers, the entire group of initial offerings was revealed on Saturday evening.
A very pink, very short clip of six products being splashed with what looks kind of like strawberry Nesquik was posted, along with the caption “the skin set 💕 introducing Kylie’s skincare essentials and your new skincare routine: foaming face wash, walnut face scrub, vanilla milk toner, face moisturizer, vitamin c serum and eye cream. the end goal? beautiful, glowy, healthy skin.” Calling it “the skin set” seems to imply that the products will be available as a bundle, and the next post confirms both that and the individual prices.
According to the caption posted with a flat lay of the products, the Foaming Face Wash will be $24, the Walnut Face Scrub will be $22, the Vanilla Milk Toner will be $22, the Vitamin C Serum will be $28, the Face Moisturizer — perhaps the “top-secret” moisturizer Kris Jenner was hinting at? — will be $24, the Eye Cream will be $20, and the full set goes for $125. (Though we can’t help but notice what appears to be a seventh, unnamed product in a little pot — maybe a not-yet-ready lip balm?)
The Kylie Skin Instagram account already has almost a million followers, so needless to say, there are plenty of comments posted on the reveal photos, and opinions are all over the place. “We love an affordable billionaire,” one fan wrote, while another person said, “Unfollowing after seeing these prices…that’s disappointing.” One highly liked comment reads, “Waiting for an ingredient list, I hope Kylie’s team will be transparent,” which prompted the brand to respond that the ingredients are “coming soon.” Meanwhile, one concerned commenter said, “Girl, you know Walnuts are not good for the skin right?” referring to how crushed walnut particles in scrubs are considered by some to be too harsh an exfoliator on facial skin.
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