Fans are Questioning Kylie Skin's Vegan Claims; Is The Skin Care Line-Up Really Vegan?
'Kylie Skin' once again faces backlashes for being claimed as a vegan brand. Did Kylie Jenner lie to her fans?
This will never end.
Prior to Kylie Jenner facing criticism for launching a walnut face scrub product and posting fake reviews, the youngest self-made billionaire's skin care line once again encounters heavy online criticisms.
This time, fans are raged and dragging the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star for what appears to be a lie perpetrated by Jenner.
Before even launching her skin care line to the world, the beauty mogul introduced her fans claiming that her 'Kylie Skin' products are 100% cruelty-free and plant-based.
Meanwhile, it seems like that is not the whole case, according to some critiques.
Fans are questioning Kylie Jenner if her Vegan claimed products are really vegan.
SOURCE: Kylie Skin IG
In fact, some of the product purchasers questioned Jenner and even pointed out with strong evidence on social media that Kylie Skin' products are totally not vegan.
A Twitter user wrote on the platform that Kylie Skin's Vanilla Milk Toner ($22) and Foaming Face Wash ($24) alleging that these two products contain enrichments such as squalene and hydroxyacetophenone.
Squalenes are extracted from the liver oil of sea mammals like sharks whilst hydroxyacetophenone can be found on species like beavers.
As a matter of fact, some of the people even argue that Kylie Skin used animal fat based glycerine on their products.
Kylie Skin's website, however, brags otherwise, writing: "Everything is cruelty free, vegan, gluten free, paraben and sulfate free and suitable for all skin types."
As for the glycerin part, the complaints can be completely ignored because Kylie Skin uses plant-based 'glycerin'.
Keeping aside all the recent responses from the fans, what remains more complicated is the fact how some of the dermatologists insist that squalenes can be now extracted from plants like sugarcane and rice bran whilst hydroxyacetophenone can be derived from berries.
Maybe, all the argument and accusations are just biased, and that Jenner possibly applied the plant-based formulas for Kylie Skin and that the products are in fact vegan.
Hopefully, Kylie will come online and clear out all the misconception and the real truths behind her 'vegan claimed products' herself, soon.