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Kylie Jenner’s skincare brand Kylie Skin launches in Australia

Kylie Jenner has launched a local Australian website for her skincare brand Kylie Skin. The website, launched on Thursday, stocks Jenner’s range of face and body care products and offers faster shipping and processing time for Australian consumers. It also saves fans of the skincare brand from paying duties and customs fees.Jenner also launched local…

Kylie Jenner has launched a local Australian website for her skincare brand Kylie Skin.

The website, launched on Thursday, stocks Jenner’s range of face and body care products and offers faster shipping and processing time for Australian consumers. It also saves fans of the skincare brand from paying duties and customs fees.

Jenner also launched local sites in the UK, France and Germany today, with Kylie Skin’s parent company Coty launching a series of direct-to-consumer websites, according to BeautyPackaging.com. At this stage, Jenner’s makeup line, Kylie Cosmetics, is not available via the Australian site.

“Okay I’m so excited, I’ve been waiting for this day for so long, my Kylie Skin site has officially launched in the UK, France, Australia and Germany. Check out your local sites and get faster shipping,” Jenner said in an Instagram post today.

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The Australian website has a variety of the Kylie Skin products, including the Foaming Face Wash, Walnut Face Scrub, Vanilla Milk Toner, Face Moisturiser, Eye Cream and Vitamin C Serum and Hydrating Face Mask. In the body range, there’s a Coconut Body Scrub and Coconut Body Lotion.

Unfortunately, Kylie Skin’s newest product, the Hyaluronic Acid Serum, is not available. But fingers crossed the serum, which features “snow algae” and Niacinamide, will be shoppable soon.

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The site says the time to process orders is 72 hours, and once orders are processed shipping time within Australia will be two days, and two to three days for New Zealand. The site is offering free shipping on orders over $50.

Coty bought a 51 per cent stake in Jenner’s cosmetics company for $841.51 million (US $600 million) in November 2019. This brought the value of Jenner’s company to US $1.2 billion.

However, in May of 2020, Forbes accused Jenner in a statement of falsifying documents so she would appear more wealthy than she was, and alleged she personally was not a billionaire.

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