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People are criticizing Kylie Jenner’s walnut face scrub before it’s even been released. Here’s what dermatologists have to say about it.

People are criticizing Kylie Jenner’s walnut face scrub before it’s even been released. Here’s what dermatologists have to say about it.

Kylie Jenner.

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Kylie Jenner.
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  • Kylie Jenner recently announced the release of a new walnut face scrub, but some people aren’t happy.
  • She said the scrub is really gentle, but many aren’t convinced because walnut scrubs can be damaging to the skin. So people have been reacting negatively to the launch on Twitter.
  • “There are walnut shells in it, and when you drag them across your face as an exfoliator, you are creating micro-tears in the skin,” Hassan Sayyed, the founder of skincare brand Haus Urban, said in a video. “You are cutting your face over and over and over again.”
  • Dermatologist Marisa Garshick told INSIDER that walnut scrubs can irritate the surface of the skin, so it’s better to use chemical exfoliants like glycolic acid and lactic acid.
  • Visit INSIDER’s homepage for more stories.

Kylie Jenner has just announced the release of a new walnut face scrub from her brand Kylie Skin which launches May 22. But the product has already been criticised by people on social media, saying it could be too harsh on the skin.

In a video for the release, Jenner said the face scrub is really gentle.

“It’s gentle enough to use every day, I recommend two or three times a week,” she said. “That’s how much I use it.”

She continued to say some walnut face scrubs are kind of harsh on the skin.

“This isn’t too abrasive,” she said. “It really leaves my skin feeling super baby soft, it makes you look glowy, it takes away dead skin cells. My walnut face scrub is my secret to my fresh face.”

However, not everyone is convinced.

“Walnut Face Scrub!!!!!!!!!! In 2019!!!” one person wrote on Twitter. Another said “Omg not WALNUT Kylie the girls have been dragging St. Ives for 10 years now lol read the ROOM”

The founder of skincare brand Haus Urban Hassan Sayyed posted a video on Twitter saying it had been his personal mission over the past decade to stop people using face scrubs like the St. Ives apricot scrub, which was involved in a lawsuit in 2016 for allegedly damaging skin. (The case was recently dismissed.)

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“There are walnut shells in it, and when you drag them across your face as an exfoliator, you are creating micro-tears in the skin, you are cutting your face over and over and over again,” he said.

“It’s not good. It’s not exfoliating your skin. It’s piercing your skin. It’s like dragging f—— shrapnel across it. Stop this. Throw that s— out. Stop using it.”

Dermatologist Marisa Garshick told INSIDER that although exfoliating is a helpful way to achieve nice glowing skin by removing dead skin cells, she doesn’t recommend harsh scrubs that do it physically, like walnut scrubs, as these irritate the surface of the skin.

Another dermatologist, Kathleen Suozzi, told INSIDER you can also use face brushes like Clarisonic.

“Physical scrubs can cause micro trauma to the skin, especially if overused,” she said.

“As an alternative, I recommend either chemical exfoliants, which are products containing glycolic acid, lactic acid among others which help to eliminate dead skin cells, or gentle polishing powders that are not designed to be rough on the skin,” said Garshick.

“Whatever exfoliants are being used, I recommend only using a few times per week to minimize injury to the skin barrier.”

Kylie Jenner said she feels ‘insecure’ about her body after giving birth to Stormi

Kylie Jenner said she feels ‘insecure’ about her body after giving birth to Stormi

In the clip, Jenner is getting rid of clothes she thinks will never fit again.

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In the clip, Jenner is getting rid of clothes she thinks will never fit again.
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  • In a new promo clip for the upcoming episode of “Keeping Up With The Kardashians,” Kylie Jenner discusses her postpartum body with sister, Kim Kardashian.
  • While cleaning out her closet, Jenner says she doesn’t think she’ll ever fit into some of the clothes she wore before giving birth to daughter Stormi Webster.
  • Kardashian, who has given birth to two of her three children, was able to commiserate about Jenner not being able to wear her favorite jeans again.
  • They both agreed that the pressure to snap back from pregnancy is too hard on new moms.

A lot of things have changed about Kylie Jenner’s life since daughter Stormi Webster was born earlier this year, and she said her body is one of them.

In a new promo for Sunday’s upcoming episode of “Keeping Up With The Kardashians,” Jenner and older sister Kim Kardashian talk about Jenner’s “pregnancy snap back” – and the fact that she may not be able to wear some of her pre-baby clothes again.

When Kardashian arrived at her house, Jenner was in her closet, sorting through her clothes. She was getting rid of everything that no longer fits her, including her favorite pair of size 25 jeans.

“After a shoot, I’m just feeling a little insecure. My hips have just spread,” Jenner told Kardashian. “Like, my favorite jeans – they’re never gonna fit me again.”

Kardashian agreed that the pressure for new moms to “snap back” is high, admitting that it took her a long time to get her body back and that she would sometimes layer on three pairs of shapewear before she’d leave the house.

“I know it’s like, really early, and Stormi’s really little, but you just have to roll with it,” Kardashian said. “You just have to be confident, get some things that make you feel good about yourself, and find your balance.”

Jenner agreed with her, adding that Kardashian is her inspiration during this postpartum period of her life

Kardashian told Jenner how she used to wear multiple pairs of shapewear just to leave the house.

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Kardashian told Jenner how she used to wear multiple pairs of shapewear just to leave the house.
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“Honestly, you do inspire me a lot. If Kim can do it, I can do it,” Jenner said.

This isn’t the only time Jenner has been candid about her post-baby body. In a Youtube Q&A with best friend Jordyn Woods in July, she revealed that she’s gone through a lot of changes since giving birth to Stormi, which has been an adjustment for her.

“My boobs are three times the size, which bothers me. I have stretch marks on my boobs. My stomach isn’t the same, my waist isn’t the same, my butt’s bigger, my thighs [are] bigger,” she said. “And honestly, I’m finding I have to change my style a little because nothing in my closet fits me from before.”

Visit INSIDER’s homepage for more.

5 female entrepreneurs shaking up the beauty industry

5 female entrepreneurs shaking up the beauty industry

There has never been a better time to be one of the female beauty entrepreneurs – at least, that is, if you believe the data from the new list of “America’s Richest Self-Made Women” compiled by Forbes.

The business publication has released its list of the top 60 self-made women earners in the US, and of the seven newcomers, five have made their fortunes in the beauty and wellness industry.

Anastasia Soare

Leading the beauty pack is Anastasia Soare, who claimed spot number 21 on the list, with a US$1bil (RM4bil) fortune. Soare launched herAnastasia Beverly Hills brand of makeup back in 2000. The line became famous for its signature brow-shaping products, which corresponded with the rise of “Insta-beauty” and the bold eyebrows trend. The company expanded into colour cosmetics in 2014.

Kylie Jenner

In 27th place on the list is Kylie Jenner, the reality TV star-turned-cosmetics-CEO who has amassed a US$900mil (RM3.6bil) fortune from Kylie Cosmetics, the online makeup brand she founded in just 2015 with her debut Lip Kits. The star has since gone on to expand her rapidly-growing portfolio to include products for eyes, lips and face, as well as tools such as makeup brushes.

female beauty entrepreneurs

Kylie Jenner amassed a US$900mil (RM3.6bil) fortune from her brand, Kylie Cosmetics.

Huda Kattan

Huda Kattan began her beauty career as a makeup artist and blogger, before going on to found her own line of false eyelashes in 2013. Her Huda Beauty cosmetics brand now spans eye, lip and face makeup and has earned Kattan US$550mil (RM2.2bil) and spot number 37 on the list.

Anne Wojcicki

Anne Wojcicki’s personal genomics company 23andMe allows users to use DNA samples to find out more about their ancestry and family history. It has made her US$440mil (RM1.8bil) and garnered her spot number 44 on the list.

Kim Kardashian West

Jenner’s older sister Kim Kardashian West put her own stamp on the beauty industry last year, with the launch of her KKW Beauty and KKW Fragrance brands. Both have seen incredible success, netting Kardashian US$350mil (RM1.4bil). She is placed at number 54 on the list.

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