Big Sister Kim Defends Kylie Following Viral Face Video Backlash

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Jun. 1 2019, Published 10:31 p.m. ET

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Big sister to the rescue!!

Kim Kardashian stepped in to defend her youngest sister following the backlash she received for her poorly demonstrated face wash video.

On Friday, Kim took over the Kylie Cosmetics' Instagram Stories and addressed critics in a series of playful videos.

Filmed in the Kylie Skin showroom alongside Kylie Jenner, the 38 year old reality star questioned why the length of the video was an issue, sharing that given her free time, she would have also posted a short tutorial.

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"I'm gonna teach you guys how to do a tutorial on how to wash your face, and bitches, I only have 10 seconds," Kim teased. "Should I pick every single product, because we know it's sold out so, guys, what is the big deal here with a 10-second video? That's all she got."

The mother of four then used the Snapchat baby filter to demonstrate the result of washing your face for 10 seconds.

"Alright, after that 10-second face wash tutorial this is now what I look like. I have such a youthful complexion now," she joked. "Kylie Skin is the fountain of youth people! All you need is three seconds — I didn't even need a whole 10 seconds. I now look like a baby! I love this Kylie Skin."

As readers know, Kylie recently launched Kylie Skin products and released a tutorial on Twitter to help promote the foaming face wash.

As RadarOnline.com previously explained, in the video, which was recorded with a filter, the 21 year old makeup mogul pumps the cleanser into her palms and spreads it all over her face, excluding her forehead. After massaging the cleanser in for 8 seconds, she splashes her face with water and dries it off with a towel, which is covered in foundation after she is done.

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She was later blasted by Twitter users who critiqued her for a lack of knowledge in the proper use of skincare products.

"This just proves that Kylie did no type of research and doesn't know what she's doing at all, not even caring she might be damaging her fans faces with horrible advice," one Twitter user wrote.

Another person tweeted, "60 seconds or longer gives the product enough time to start activating into your skin," adding, "Take the filter off and give your customer's the full truth at least!"

Readers know Kylie Skin is Kylie's latest business venture.

As Radar reported, she became a self-made billionaire earlier this year and was named one of the highest paid reality stars of the year thus far.

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