Sam Robeson - January 8, 2019
I’m so proud of my darling @KendallJenner for being so brave and vulnerable. Seeing you share her most raw story in order to make a positive impact for so many people and help foster a positive dialogue is a testament to the incredible woman you’ve become. pic.twitter.com/rJUXdN2Wmq
— Kris Jenner (@KrisJenner) January 5, 2019
Proactive is an infomercial skincare product made from toxic waste and used by sad ugly trash. Ironically throughout its history, the brand has been repped by some of the biggest celebs (in their heyday, let's not get crazy) including Jessica Simpson, Katy Perry, and now the brand's newest spokeswhore, Kendall Jenner.
Because Jenner's entire existence has been caught on film, she can't bullshit like other celebs. Nobody who lives outside of an Airstream permanently parked next to a Kentucky Family Dollar uses Proactive. Meth heads are the only people up at 2 A.M. to see the damn infomercials in the first place. But unlike the likes of Simpson and Perry, Jenner - who recently gave a heartfelt interview #ad divulging Proactive's profound effects on her previous acne-riddled skin - was called out on her lie because, surprise, her family previously went into depth about their exponentially more expensive (and effective) skincare routine in 2015. Here's Kendall's brand new inspirational bullshit:
For me, I can honestly say, that the magic was Proactiv. It's a huge deal that I'm partnering with Proactiv, and I'm hoping that I can help people and show people that this is the way that I got clear, and hopefully this is the way that you can get clear.
And here's what her sister Kylie had to say to The New York Times in 2015:
We have a family dermatologist, Christie Kidd in Beverly Hills. My sister Kendall had really bad acne when she was younger, and she really cleared it up. I thought, 'Well if she cured Kendall, I should start to visit her.'
According to Buzzfeed, at the time Kendall:
...also revealed she'd started doing Laser Genesis, a form of skin therapy which is designed to improve skin texture and help scarring.
The woman probably takes sacrificial baby stemcell baths on the daily. She's not banking on an infomercial product to salvage her face. Much like Mila Kunis donning welding gloves to carefully craft barrels of Jim Beam or Matthew McConaughey waxing poetic about driving 80's old people cars, it's pretty much a given that celebs don't actually partake in the products they rep. Yet people are shook af that Kendall was caught in a lie. Basically, don't believe anyone selling anything. They're all dirty crooks. Unrelated - have you thought about signing up for a Mr. Skin membership today?
— Kendall (@KendallJenner) January 7, 2019
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