Learn how Kylie Jenner removes all her makeup

Learn how Kylie Jenner removes all her makeup

Celebrity skin

Text: Renée Batchelor

Everyone knows about Kylie Jenner's makeup, but you may not know what she uses to take all that facepaint off? Here's her routine

Kylie Jenner may be a millenial beauty icon, but we're guessing her post-event skincare routine is pretty detailed. It can't be easy getting rid of all that foundation, contouring powder and matte lipstick. Turns out she's a fan of New York skincare brand Kiehl's. In her website, she recently detailed her regimen, which includes some of the brand's best-loved products like their Rare Earth Deep Pore Daily Cleanser and the Blue Herbal Gel Cleanser (also loved by her sister Khloé). Here the brand gives us the lowdown on her favourite products and how you can incorporate them into your routine.

Deep cleanse with Kiehl's Rare Earth Deep Pore Daily Cleanser.
Apply a generous amount of the formula to damp skin. With clean fingertips, gently massage into face and neck in upward and outward circular motion. Remove thoroughly with lukewarm water. Use this morning and/or night and avoid the eye area.

If you have problem skin, fight acne with Kiehl's Blue Herbal Gel Cleanser.
Use twice daily on a wet face, then work product into a lather. Massage onto face, avoiding the eyes, then rinse well. 

Mattify skin and minimise pores with Rare Earth Pore Refining Tonic.
Shake well before applying this. After cleansing, pour a generous amount of toner into palms and lightly pat over face (or apply formula with a cotton pad). Avoid the immediate eye area.

Pamper your eye area after all that cleansing with Kiehl's Creamy Eye Treatment with Avocado.
Apply gently with fingertip along the orbital bone, without pulling the skin. Tap delicately around the eye area until you feel the quick-burst release of hydration. 

Try a classic moisturiser like Kiehl's Ultra Facial Cream.
Apply to clean facial skin day or night as needed to combat moisture depletion.

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