Kim Kardashians skincare line is often overlooked by Bethenny Frankel

Kim Kardashians skincare line is often overlooked by Bethenny Frankel ...

While discussing Kim Kardashians new skincare line, Skkn by Kim, Bethenny Frankel appeared on TikTok.

As she examined two of the products, the reality star, 51, had a laundry list of critiques, which she described as "ineffective at best" and "inexplicable."

Frankel called the egg-shaped eye cream ($75) packaging very useful, claiming, I miss it, because it doesn't stack.

I don't have a circular house or medicine cabinet, according to her. It doesn't even have a flat bottom, therefore its effectively like an egg.

Frankel compared the 41-year-old reality stars exfoliator ($55) product packaging to a Rubiks Cube, narrating the design to a Wet n Wild concept, referencing the well-known drugstore brand.

The former Housewife questioned the size of the exfoliator, saying, "What are you going to do with this?"

Because if you don't have a private airplane, how are you traveling with this? It's simply not practical.

Frankel asked if the two-minute critique is worth the money they're charging? And yes, the answer is yes.

One user has commended her for her excellent review, writing in the comments section, and you just saved me moneyI travel far too much.

Another user said, The circle one looks like [an] EOS lip balm packaging lololol, to which Frankel replied, Yes, I thought that.

The Big Shot with the Bethenny star wore some of the Kardashian beauty line, claiming the eye cream to be a luxurious product with a melt butter consistency.

The Bravolebrity responded to her remarks by declaring that the Kardashian eye cream isn't super rich.

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Overall, it does not appear that Frankel was satisfied with the Kardashian line's quality, she said, and I'd feel that for this price tag it would be like Chantecaille, Sisley wealthy, she said.

It's not Kardashian rich. It's more rich than I am, but it's not Kardashian rich.

Frankel ended her scathing review by declaring that it's a good quality product that is likely to be somewhat overpriced, but most beauty is overpriced.

The Skkn by Kim line includes nine products: a cleanser, a toner, exfoliator, hyaluronic acid serum, vitamin C serum, face cream, eye cream, oil drops, and night oil, which was first launched on June 21.

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