Kendall Jenner's career as a model often means she has to maintain a flawless complexion – and the 20-year-old has continually dazzled fans with her radiant skin. The Keeping up with the Kardashians star revealed her biggest skincare secret – and it was advice from her famous sisters.
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Kendall Jenner has revealed the best skincare tip she received from her sisters
"I never picked my skin. My sisters told me, even before I had acne, to never touch my face," she told Vogue. "I stuck to that."
The young star also revealed that she still tries to stick to an "easy" skincare routine in order to stay fresh-faced amidst her hectic work schedule.
"I'm big about washing my face before I go to bed, washing it when I wake up in the morning, getting good sleep and drinking a lot of water," she explained. "Those are just easy things that you can do for your skin."
The star hasn't always had such luck with her skin – she has previously spoken candidly about her struggle with "bad acne" when she was a young teenager, and how it "ruined" her confidence.
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"Where it really impacted me was how self-conscious I became about it," she wrote in a post on her website. "It completely ruined my self-esteem. I wouldn't even look at people when I talked to them."
She added: "I felt like such an outcast; when I spoke, it was with my hand covering my face."
Nowadays, there's no doubt that Kendall has found her confidence. Not only has she starred in major fashion campaigns for brands from Balmain to Calvin Klein, but she regularly wows on the catwalks and red carpets of the biggest events in the fashion industry.
This week also saw Kendall and her younger sister Kylie Jenner launching their highly-anticipated clothing collection, Kendall + Kylie, in New York ahead of Fashion Week.
"We designed it according to what we love, and how our style is," Kendall told People. "It's someone who is really similar to us. A young girl wanting to have fun. That's mainly what we designed."