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Saturday 29 August 2015

Kim Kardashian: Acupuncture calms me

Published 25/03/2013

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian relaxed with a spot of acupuncture over the weekend.

The pregnant star is known for trying new beauty regimes, even indulging in a blood facial recently.

It seems traditional Chinese medicine is a treat for the pregnant reality TV star.

"Oh just relaxing..." Kim wrote on her Facebook page over the weekend.

The 32-year-old attached a picture of her face close up, with needles penetrating her skin.

The sharp implements were shown inserted into her eyebrows, cheeks, neck and chin, with the aim of the procedure being to stimulate certain points of the body.

Mothers-to-be have favoured the beauty treat for some time, with many believing it can aid pregnancy and help make childbirth easier.

Even when relaxing, Kim keeps things glamorous and was sporting a full face of make-up in the snap.

Perfectly-groomed eyebrows were accompanied by a slick of liquid eyeliner, full false lashes and glossy nude lipstick.

While some fans commented on her beauty and their love of acupuncture, others seemed worried about the star.

"Kim, you are a natural beauty. You are pretty enough and you don't need any surgery. If Kloe [Khloé Kardashian] doesn't need any surgery, why do you need plastic surgery? Please don't overdo any beauty treatments which might ruin your beauty or cause side-effects (sic)," one commented on the picture.

In TV show Kourtney and Kim Take Miami, the curvaceous brunette shocked viewers by undergoing a so-called vampire facial, which takes the patient's own blood and injects it into their face.

“I love trying anything that makes you look and feel youthful," Kim said at the time.

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