KIM Kardashian has shown off her real skin with dark circles and blemishes as she goes makeup-free in a rare unedited video.
The SKIMS founder went fresh-faced to show off her SKKN line’s moisturizer, though some fans don’t think Kim, 41, really uses her own products.
Kim Kardashian showed off her real skin texture in a makeup-free Instagram videoCredit: Instagram
Makeup-free Kim posed in the sun as she displayed the effects of her SKKN product line’s moisturizerCredit: Instagram
Kim Kardashian posted the up-close and personal look at her face on her Instagram Stories.
In it, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum shielded her eyes from the sun as she showed off her natural skin.
The moisturizer appeared to be freshly applied, as Kim’s skin was covered in a glossy film that glistens in the warm light.
The TV personality still looked radiant even with the appearance of her pores, fine lines and dark eye circles.
Kim captioned the video “@SKKN” and stated, “super moisturized and glowing” as she moved the camera to display different angles.
The recording concludes with the LA native puckering her lips and blowing a kiss to her followers.
Kim’s real skin texture was recently revealed in rare unedited photos from her trip to New York.
The reality star’s fans said they found it “refreshing” to see her minor blemishes and under-eye wrinkles in professionally taken snaps from her appearance on The Today Show.
Kim went on the daytime talk show last week to promote her new skincare line, SKKN by Kim.
Close-up photos of her face from her TV appearance were shared by fans on Reddit on Wednesday.
While Kim still looked stunning, the reality star was noticeably less airbrushed and pore-free than in her social media photos.
Fine lines were visible under her eyes and around her cheeks as well as minor blemishes.
Fans urged the mother-of-four to ditch her “heavy” foundation, which they claimed settled in her “wrinkles.”
One wrote: “If she would do a more natural look without all the caked-on foundation I think she would look so much better.
“All that foundation won’t sit on her wrinkles as much as it does now. We all age.”
Another added: “So refreshing to see a real photo! That color match though… her neck is rough.”
A third posted: “I just can’t believe the reach of their photoshopping. It’s evident even seemingly natural photos are edited.”
Yet another fan commented that her skin looked “dry” underneath all the makeup and that she “didn’t need it.”
Kardashian fans don’t believe that Kim is using her own skincare products as some of the reality star’s eagle-eyed followers believe they spotted a giveaway detail in the background of a new photo.
Kim shared a mirror selfie from her hotel room as she posed in a silver bodysuit from her brand SKIMS earlier today.
The mom-of-four wowed her fans as she flaunted her curves in the skintight number.
However, some discerning followers were more fixated on a detail that they could spot in the background.
Some pointed out that on Kim’s bathroom counter, there was an assortment of products but nothing from her own company SKKN.
The post came shortly after Kim launched her new skincare line, boasting nine products that she recommends using every day.
Therefore, fans were confused why there were no SKKN products sitting on her bathroom counter.
Instead, one believed they could spot a bottle of $9 Cetaphil moisturizer as opposed to Kim’s own $72 face cream.
“And yet you expect us to drop 100 bucks on SKKN moisturizer?” they asked.
“Cetaphil, Secret, and Olaplex… am I a billionaire?” raged another, referring to Kim’s immense net worth.
A third concluded: “So the verdict is SKKN is nowhere to be found.”
Since launching last week, the SKKN brand has already faced criticism over its price point.
Altogether, the complete collection, including a cleanser, a toner, and an exfoliator, comes to a total of $673.
Some of the specialist products, including a hyaluronic acid serum and night oil, are $90 and $95 each respectively.
Kim, who is still going steady with Pete Davidson, described her new range as “prestige” in an interview with The New York Times, causing fans to slam her as “out of touch.”
On Twitter, one wrote: “$670? That s**t better be super-sized. Who the hell could afford that?”
Another chimed in: “You can buy all of that stuff for less than $100 with other brands. None of that stuff is special.”
Despite the reaction, billionaire Kim maintains that the high prices are a “necessity” in order to obtain ingredients in the products that she “would not really miss out on.”
The formula seems to be working for her, as Kim’s recommended bundle sold out less than 24 hours after becoming available online.
The nine-product pack is now up for grabs again, currently at a discounted price of $575.
Kim showed off natural blemishes, such as her facial pores and dark circles around her eyesCredit: Instagram
Kim blew a kiss at fans after referring to her face as ‘super moisturized’ and ‘glowing’Credit: Instagram
Kardashian fans think Kim doesn’t use her own skincare products as they spot drug store moisturizer on her bathroom counterCredit: Instagram/Kim Kardashian