Kim Kardashian is renowned for her flawless complexion, and now the 35-year-old has revealed her trick for keeping fine lines and wrinkles at bay. The Keeping up with the Kardashians star admitted that she turns to laser treatment, especially around her neck.
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Kim Kardashian shared a selfie with Dr. Ourian on Instagram
"A major trick of the trade is to get laser treatments," she wrote in a post on her app titled Shhh, Laser Treatment For Your Neck. "Dr. Simon Ourian is my favourite doctor for anything laser at Epione. Laser treatments are super cutting edge and I love them as preventative measures to deal with aging before it happens, like dark spots, fine lines and wrinkles."
Kim explained that she chose to undergo the treatment on her neck, confessing that her "neck getting old" was one of her biggest beauty fears.
She added: "I especially love laser ultrasound for your neck. I'm obsessed with my neck getting old, and Dr. Ourian really helps."
The reality TV star admitted she undergoes laser treatment as an anti-ageing precaution
Kim often shares her beauty tips and tricks with fans both on her Instagram page and eponymous website, but it seems the style icon also has advice for her siblings when it comes to all things skincare and make-up.
Younger sister Kendall Jenner recently revealed that Kim, along with Kourtney and Khloé, played a key role in helping the model establish a strong beauty regime, that contributes to her radiant complexion both on and off the catwalk.
"My sisters, since they're a little bit older than Kylie and I, they've always wanted to help prevent anything that they've gone through when they were our age," she told Byrdie.co.uk. "So they're like, 'Never touch your face, never pick your face, always wash your face, and wear eye cream'."
Kendall confessed that she and younger sister Kylie have closely followed all of their sisters' tips and tricks. "They literally give us everything that we should do," she said. "So ever since then, we've started taking skincare really seriously."