Khloe Kardashian swears a drugstore cream is the key to tackling blemishes.
The new mother, who welcomed daughter True with boyfriend Tristan Thompson last April (18), always steps out with a flawless complexion whenever attending red carpet events.
However, Khloe has now shared that her number one hack for getting rid of blemishes and acne fast is to use an easily accessible ointment.
“I do know if you have a breakout that’s red, cortisone cream – it reduces the redness,” she said in an interview with Entertainment Tonight at the recent launch of her BECCA Cosmetics collaboration with her friend Malika Haqq in Los Angeles. “I’ve done that a couple times when I needed to, but honestly there’s nothing like some water and some sleep.”
Even though Khloe’s life has become a lot more hectic since the arrival of baby True, she still tries to indulge in the occasional beauty treatment or exercise session. But she confessed that she will never be tempted to try a form of yoga ever again.
“Well, I did goat yoga with Kevin Hart and I don’t know if that’s a beauty treatment ’cause it wasn’t relaxing whatsoever,” the 34-year-old sighed. “It was like a fad. I don’t know if it still is. And you basically are doing yoga and goats walk all over you and it was so cute for about fifteen seconds and they all started peeing and pooping and it was just not fun.”
Meanwhile, Khloe recently opened up about some of her go-to beauty products. In a post on her app, she shared that she always has her bathroom stocked with Neutrogena’s Make-up Remover Cleansing Towelettes and Neutrogena’s Extra Gentle Eye Make-up Remover Pads to make taking off her cosmetics before bed a piece of cake.
“I love to get glam, but it can be such a b**ch to take off all that make-up, LOL (laugh out loud),” the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star noted. “To get my skin clean, first I wash my face (of course), then use two Neutrogena towelettes to remove any left-over product, including one that’s just for eyes since eyeliner and mascara can be so tricky. Both are under $10 (£7.50) and available at any drugstore.”
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