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Kim Kardashian on coping with psoriasis

Published 11/05/2015

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian has stripped off for a new naked shoot to show she doesn't let psoriasis hold her back.

The queen of reality TV is often seen out flaunting her curves in skin tight and revealing outfits. She's also a fan of taking selfies in her underwear and swimwear.

Despite suffering from the skin condition, which causes red, flaky patches of skin, 34-year-old Kim doesn't let it hold her back on sexy shoots.

"I have psoriasis, there is nothing I can do about it so there is no reason why I should feel uncomfortable.

"So to make myself feel better I lay out all my insecurities before we start a shoot in the hope that no one will be focused on that. I just want to do fun and artsy things," she explained on the latest episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

To outline the point, Kim stripped off for a raunchy new shoot. Wearing nothing but stripes of white paint, Kim posed on the sand floor of the desert.

Her dark hair was slicked back for a wet look, and her make-up was kept low key.

"I want to capture really cool moments and have some great shoots and be nude and do all this cool stuff," Kim continued.

Kim's younger sister Khloé also addressed body issues of her own in the episode. The 30-year-old also rocks a curvy figure that she keeps toned with regular gum workouts. However she decided to get laser treatment on her derrière, to get rid of cellulite and stretch marks.

Watched by Kim and their half sister Kendall Jenner, Kim revealed she wouldn't lend a dress to Khloé but would let sibling Kylie Jenner wear her clothes as she has a smaller butt.

"What do you think we are doing? We are trying to make it smaller," Khloé retorted.

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