Kim Kardashian skincare range savaged brutal TikTok review by Real Housewives star

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Kim Kardashian’s new beauty line, SKKN by Kim, hasn’t exactly won over Real Housewives of New York star Bethenny Frankel.

In a recent TikTok video, Frankel savaged a couple of the celeb’s beauty products, calling them “impractical at best” and “overpriced.”

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The 51-year-old reality TV doyenne and talk show host sampled two SKKN products, an eye cream worth around AUD $105 and an exfoliator retailing for about $75.

In the video, which has had more than a million views, Frankel holds the “bulbous” eye cream packaging up to the camera.

“I don’t understand it, because it doesn’t stack,” she says.

“I don’t have a circular house or medicine cabinet.

“It doesn’t even have a flat bottom, so it’s effectively like an egg.”

Bethenny Frankel reviews the SKKN by Kim eye cream. Credit: TikTok

She then describes the packaging of the exfoliator as like a Rubik’s Cube, saying it would be difficult to travel with because of its bulky size.

“This is crazy!” she exclaims.

“It’s gigantic! How are you going to travel with this?

“You have to be a billionaire to use this product because if you don’t have a private plane, how are you travelling with this?

“It’s just not practical, and I’m a very practical and organised person.

“This shocks me, because don’t the Kardashians organise their jelly beans by colour?”

Frankel then struggles to open the jar.

“Oh my god it’s a Rubik’s Cube!” she exclaims.

‘Oh my God it’s a Rubik’s Cube!’ Credit: TikTok

But once Frankel got past the packaging, she liked the product itself, even if it was in her opinion somewhat overpriced.

“Is it worth the money they’re charging? Unlikely,” she says.

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“As far as the eye cream, luxurious product, very nice, like a melted butter consistency, but not like ultra rich.

“I would feel like for this price tag it’d be Chantecaille, Sisley rich.

“It’s not Kardashian rich. It’s richer than I am maybe, but it’s not Kardashian rich.”

She went on to say that it was “definitely good skincare” and a “quality” product but “extremely impractical” in its packaging.

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Followers of Frankel, who has more than 860,000 TikTok fans, took to the comments section in their droves.

“You just saved me money … I travel way too much,” one person wrote.

“Mama you are doing the lords work bless your soul,” another noted.

“DON’T THEY ORGANISE JELLY BEANS BY COLOUR? LMAOO BETHENNY THE DRAG!!!” said a third.

“Bethenny always spittin’ facts,” one commented.

“You’re one of the only ones I trust for reviews now,” one follower said.

“Thank you.”

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SKKN by Kim was released to much fanfare in beauty circles in June this year.

The line contains a cleanser, exfoliator, toner, serum, eye cream, face cream, oil drops and a night oil.

7Life has contacted SKKN representatives for comment on Frankel’s TikTok review.

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