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Kam Kardashian is a spectacular woman in every way. At the same time, she owes her brilliant appearance not so much to Mother Nature as to the skill of plastic surgeons, stylists and make-up artists. Without makeup, she simply cannot be recognized, and the audience who watched the video shot to promote the Kardashian SKKN cosmetics line was convinced of this.
In the video, a makeup artist applies makeup to Kim’s face while commenting on her actions for viewers. At the beginning of the video, Kardashian appears without makeup on her face, and it is difficult to recognize in her the glamorous beauty that we are used to seeing in her.
She is simply unrecognizable without makeup, and viewers who watched the video shot to promote the Kardashian SKKN cosmetics line were convinced of this. Photo: video frame.
To look perfect, 42-year-old Kim has to put in incredible efforts. She applies a thick layer of foundation to her face and body every day to hide the red patches that appear on her skin due to psoriasis. This is an autoimmune disease that Kim inherited from her mother Kris Jenner.
“Even though I saw my mother’s psoriasis manifest as a child, I had no idea how to treat it,” Kim said. -My mother had it in her hair and on her body. I remember that she went to the solarium to try to alleviate her condition. But this remedy does not work for me: because of the ultraviolet light, the spots turn even redder and are very itchy. I am the only child to whom my mother passed the autoimmune problem from her. I’m lucky she’s there.
The model learned to mask red spots on the body with tonal means. However, another problem was soon added to psoriasis: psoriatic arthritis.
At the beginning of the video, Kardashian appears without makeup on her face, and it is difficult to recognize in her the glamorous beauty that we are used to seeing in her. Photo: video frame.
“I woke up one night and couldn’t pick up my phone,” Kim recalls. – I thought it was weird, but maybe I just rested my hand. And I went back to sleep. And in the morning I couldn’t even take a toothbrush, my hands hurt a lot. I had a blood test and it showed that I had rheumatoid arthritis and lupus. I immediately started crying…
Kim follows a special diet developed by a dermatologist and slathers her skin with cortisone cream every day. When the disease intensifies, the model undergoes a cycle of cortisone injections and also undergoes procedures from the Quasar MD Plus apparatus based on light radiation. All these measures help only temporarily, and the disease returns again and again.