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An honest review of Kylie Jenner’s Kylie Skin collection


TextDominic Cadogan

Everything you want to know, including the lowdown on the controversial Walnut Scrub

Listen, I know what you’re thinking. Not another article about skincare products. I get it. I’ve got enough lotions, pills, and potions to last me a lifetime, but the desire to chase perfect glowing skin keeps me buying more and more. 

Obviously I was thrilled to hear that there were more products I could get my hands on following the launch of Kylie Jenner’s Kylie Skin range – which launched last year, but has recently become available in the UK at the likes of Selfridges

After receiving the collection – the face wash, toner, moisturiser, vitamin C serum, eye cream, and (eek!) face scrub – I only used the Kylie Skin products for just over a week and banished my others. First off, the products look and feel very luxurious despite their mid-level price range. The soft pink theme is very appealing and the details like the matte metal finish on the moisturiser and frosted transparent bottle of the face wash are a nice touch. 

It wouldn’t be fair to judge the products on their impact on my skin in such a short amount of time, so instead, I’ve given you an honest lowdown on what they feel and smell like, as well as any short-term changes I noticed. Of course, this is just my opinion, we all have different yucks and yums and preferences when it comes to skincare, but if you’re a fanatic like me, it’s really all in the minor details. 

Click through the gallery below to read the individual reviews for each product and the ultimate verdict, with one hero product taking home the coveted riiise and shiiine title. 

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