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Kourtney Kardashian: 'People keep questioning my Kardashian credentials'

Published 20/07/2016

Kourtney Kardashian
Kourtney Kardashian

Kourtney Kardashian is giving herself six months to go completely organic with her make-up and beauty products.

Kourtney Kardashian is often asked if she’s really a Kardashian because of her eco-friendly approach to beauty.

The oldest of the Kardashian/Jenner sisters is a mother-of-three as well as a businesswoman and reality TV star.

Since welcoming her children into the world, Mason, six, Penelope, four and baby Reign, 19 months, Kourtney became more conscious of what she feeds them, so started eating organic food. This in turn made her more wary of what beauty and health products she was using on herself.

“Recently people have been asking me if I really am a Kardashian,” she laughed to Britain’s Hello! magazine. “I love being a mom and want the best for my kids and for me, so this has led me onto a path of reading more and more about clean and healthy eating, beauty, fitness and mindfulness.”

She hasn’t gone fully organic with her make-up yet, but is planning to sometime soon. So now the 37-year-old is on the hunt for more natural products, and her appointment as ambassador for Manuka Doctor is helping her become greener with her skincare.

“I’m trying (to use only organic beauty products) but it’s hard, as I want products that really work,” she said. “I’ve been asking beauty editors what make-up to try as I want to use only organic make-up, she added. "(My time scale is) six months; and when U do it I will share the information and advice about the best brands on my app.”

The star adds that her glam squad from TV show Keeping Up with the Kardashians will be on hand to help make her up when she goes organic with her beauty.

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