Fans are questioning Kylie Jenner‘s knowledge of skincare after the beauty mogul posted a video washing her face with the new Kylie Skin Foaming Face Wash for only 10 seconds.
The 21-year-old star, who debuted (and sold out) her skincare line last week, shared a 30-second clip on the Kylie Skin Twitter and Instagram account to show fans how to use the new cleanser, which she recommends applying “morning and night.” In the clip, Jenner uses a floral face filter and rubs the foamy formula over her skin for about 10 seconds before rinsing with water and wiping her face dry with a white towel.
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However, fans quickly called out Jenner’s face washing technique by saying she didn’t cleanse long enough to fully remove makeup. Many also noted that when the star wiped her face dry, foundation residue transferred onto the towel, indicating that she had not cleansed for long enough.
Another person tweeted: “Omg dying at @KylieJenner video where she washes her face with her skincare and the rag has so much makeup on it:,) girl what?”
This isn’t the first time Jenner’s gotten backlash over her Kylie Skin line. Before the star’s collection even launched, fans called her out for using a controversial ingredient in her Walnut Face Scrub.
The scrub uses crushed walnut as a physical exfoliant, which many fans claim is too abrasive on the skin and can cause more harm than good.
According to N.Y.C. dermatologist and The Beauty of Dirty Skin author, Dr. Whitney Bowe, walnut face scrubs won’t irritate skin in theory if they’re “ground into a fine powder and tested on skin in a clinical trial,” but in general, she does not recommend physical exfoliators to her patients.