Kourtney Kardashian Shares Her Surprising Secret to Look Good Naked Skin
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Kourtney Kardashian Shares Her Surprising Secret to Look Good Naked Skin

Kourtney Kardashian keeps her body looking great through fitness and a healthy diet, but that doesn’t mean she neglects her skin, especially when it comes to glowing in the buff. The reality star took to her app and website to share her genius tips for getting that soft skin glow, which she’s made part of her skincare routine.

For Kardashian, while she has access to a lot of beauty products, it doesn’t mean she uses all of it. “I have a bunch of great face creams that I’ve bought or been given as gifts from friends,” Kardashian explains. Her sensitive skin keeps her from using all her beauty loot, but that doesn’t mean it’s been going to waste.

The mom of three thought of an alternate way to put the products to use. “What I’ve been doing lately, is taking these creams and serums and using them on my body,” she says. “I’ll mix the serums with thick face moisturizers. I will also mix together eye creams, body oils.”

Just like with your nightly face moisturizing ritual, it takes time for these products to work, and you have to keep it consistent. Kardashian has added this step to her daily routine, but she doesn’t limit herself to once a day to achieve her glow. “If my skin is really dry and I have time, I’ll do this twice a day, instead of just once,” she admits.

She uses facial scrubs on her body as well. When it comes to exfoliating, the star reaches for the natural stuff, opting for exfoliants that contain charcoal, coffee, and lemon. “I’ve been using ones from Get Dirtea,” Kardashian says. “[And] I have special exfoliating mitts I use to get rid of dead skin.” No wonder her skin always looks so glowy!

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(h/t InStyle; photo Kevork Djansezian/Getty)