Kris Jenner is undoubtedly the world’s most famous matriarch. She is a member of the Kardashian and Jenner families, two of the most well-known clans in the world. The SKKN skincare regimen used by Kris Jenner at night was recently revealed. Kris also went make up free before sharing her routine.

The tutorial was posted on the SKKN by Kim Instagram page, and the author of In the Kitchen with Kris wore a fluffy taupe spa robe and headpiece. The star of The Kardashian’s donned full makeup at the start of the tutorial and she went barefaced during the tutorial.

I’m in my 60s, and for me to find a new routine that really works is kind of amazing. I remember the first two days I did it, I came downstairs at my house and my cousin walked in the room and said, “Wow, what did you do to your skin?” So, I knew Kim was on to something and I just wanted to share my little routine with you.

She then offered the nine-step routine a resounding thumbs up. The star of Keeping Up With The Kardashians started by cleansing and exfoliating. The hyaluronic serum, which prepares the skin for all the other great treats, is applied after the toner. The Kris host said she always applies skincare products to her neck and breast region.

The face cream and one of the oils are the following steps, followed by the vitamin C serum. She showed how to use the night oil because she intended to retire to bed soon after. The eye cream was the final step, which isn’t quite in line with the directions. A five-product bundle was selling online for $305.00, and the whole nine products are now available for a discounted price of $575.00. Check out the video below.

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