By Tamantha Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
People still take beauty advice from Kylie Jenner? In 2019?
Well, Kylie is promoting her new skin care line’s walnut face scrub, and let’s just say things did not go over well.
In the video Kylie, explains that her walnut scrub is gentle enough to use everyday, but she recommends that people use it 2-3 times a week. She says that her scrub isn’t like other scrubs and it’s not harsh on the skin or abrasive to the skin. Kylie then says that her walnut scrub is her secret to a fresh face.
People flooded @kylieskin’s mentions telling people not buy this product because it’s harmful to the skin. So far, Kylie’s video is still up so I’m guessing they will still push this product.
Take a look at the twitter reactions below.
walnut face scrub. my secret to a fresh face. xo, Kylie pic.twitter.com/zRPwqKv0HA
— Kylie Skin (@kylieskin) May 14, 2019
Do not buy this product. I’ve seen multiple aestheticians tell their clients to stray away. This should be obvious. The amount of work and treatments she has had done are what make her skin so nice. If she can’t admit to the work, why trust her? It’s all $$$ pic.twitter.com/7my2uV4Z0m
— Kayler1 (@macawcaw123) May 14, 2019
you’re really selling a repackaged version of that st ives apricot scrub and pretending it’s innovative pic.twitter.com/gEGw3bGGIg
— la bella vita (@drugproblem) May 14, 2019
do NOT pay this billionaire your hard earned money so you can tear up your precious faces with tiny bits of walnut. DO NOT
— beth mccoll (@imteddybless) May 14, 2019
Using walnut scrub every day?! pic.twitter.com/CoHlM2IkCE
— Tabetha Wallace (@TabethaWatching) May 14, 2019
Walnut Face Scrub!!!!!!!!!! In 2019!!!
— Amy Wood (@amy_wood) May 14, 2019
Omg not WALNUT Kylie the girls have been dragging St. Ives for 10 years now lol read the ROOM https://t.co/GlTFO2XMpC
— Jasmine Sha-Ree Sanders (@JasMoneyRecords) May 14, 2019
Did we learn nothing from the St. Ives lawsuit?! pic.twitter.com/I2yxWlunXa
— Katie ☀️ (@WizzKhaleesi) May 12, 2019
Hear that? That is the sound of 700 beauty writers pitching why walnut scrub is bad for your skin.
— Margarita Noriega (@margarita) May 14, 2019