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Kourtney Kardashian shuns cosmetic surgery

Published 17/09/2016

Kourtney Kardashian
Kourtney Kardashian

Kourtney Kardashian can’t deal with the “dirty hands” she would get if she used spray tans.

Kourtney Kardashian has never had any cosmetic work done as she believes in a less is more approach to beauty.

The American star is part of one of the most famous families in showbiz, and despite her sisters Kim and Khloe Kardashian being known for their love of make-up and beauty, Kourtney shuns all that.

Instead she opts for a natural skincare routine, made up of lots of Manuka Doctor products, the skin brand she works as an ambassador for. And any talk of plastic surgery is also way off the mark.

“No,” she said about surgery when asked by Dare magazine. “I have facials, which my skin sometimes doesn’t react well to. Less is more for my skin.”

A simple skincare attitude wasn’t always the way for 37-year-old Kourtney and, as a youngster, the mother-of-three would experiment with just about anything.

“I used to try everything. If I was breaking out, I would use a mask and then a scrub and then another mask,” she recalled. “I did way too much. Now I would tell myself to tone it down and keep it simple. My skin will break out once in a while now from all the travel and wearing so much make-up during filming and photoshoots.

“Stick to less is more. I just use a mask once a week.”

Kourtney also likes to keep clear of fake tan, preferring a natural glow to a bottled tan.

“I really don’t. I’m not a spray tan girl. I can’t stand it. The dirty looking hands, elbows and feet – I just can’t deal!” she laughed.

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