Kim Kardashian, who has built almost her entire career on her image, has never been more honest about her appearance! Talking about her new skin care brand SKKN in an interview she gave recently, Kardashian also shared her beauty secrets. Explaining how she prevented wrinkles and fine lines, Kardashian confessed to plastic surgery on her face along with her beauty rituals.
Saying that she has botox between her eyebrows, Kardashian said that there is no filling in her lips or cheeks. “I didn’t do anything to my eyelashes,” said Kardashian. Explaining that she prefers laser treatments, Kardashian said, “I really care about how I look. I think I care more than 90% of the people on earth. It’s not easy when you’re a mom and you’re tired at the end of the day. That’s why I do my beauty treatments at night. I do laser treatments after everyone else is asleep,” she said.
“I accept not being perfect and I wasn’t like that before,” said Kardashian. “I hate my hands, they’re so wrinkled. But I’ve lived a life and changed a lot of diapers with these hands, held my babies with these hands, so I’m okay with that,” she added.
Saying that she is not afraid of getting old, Kim explained what is more important as time goes on and that health is a priority for her. “Aging doesn’t mean I’ll stop looking for perfection, but at some point you realize that health is more important than anything else,” said Kardashian. I am 41 years old. I always want to look good. But at some point you might have taken things too far, like too much aesthetics. And nothing could be worse than that,” she added.
The Kardashian family is often criticized for promoting unattainable beauty standards and for promoting this image. But defending that all of their messages are ‘accessible’, Kim said, “If I’m doing this, it means accessible. There are too many beauty standards, be it Gwen Stefani, Jennifer Lopez or Marilyn Monroe. When I was younger, only blondes were liked. But nothing like this has ever occurred to me. We’ve seen them on TV and in magazines. But for me, there was always the ideology of be yourself, find beauty in everything.”