The Kardashian-Jenners are no strangers to the freedom of baring-it-all expression. Whether it’s by smart concealment, or straight up in-your-face birthday suit, they’re all for it. And with Kylie Skin about to drop their Summer line, guess what the little Jenner did?


The brand had been dropping hints for a Summer launch for a while now. And although it’s almost August (which made zero sense to a lot of people), the Summer edition is still going to roll out. In the campaign video, you can see a rather skimpy Kylie, using her new products and showing off her gorgeous skin.

The Kylie Skin Summer collection is reliant on the magic of coconut – another talking point considering coconut oil is basically a comedogenic, ie, it can clog pores. It can also lead to breakouts if you have sensitive skin. But whether or not the products contain Coconut oil, or only the fragrance is another story altogether – one we’ll find out when we get the ingredients list in our hands.

So far, we see three items on the Summer collection list, and it includes SPF for your body. (Which is fantastic)

“We’re so excited to announce DROP TWO for Kylie Skin! This summer trio is all about B O D Y ✨ Coconut Body Lotion, Coconut Body Scrub, and our Broad Spectrum SPF 30 Sunscreen Oil,” reads the caption for the reveal of the Kylie Skin Summer line.

As mentioned, the products are exclusive for the body, and include –

  • Coconut Body Lotion
  • Coconut Body Scrub (which contains sugar particles and not the controversial apricot)
  • SPF 30 Sunscreen Oil

There’s no word on the price points yet, but if you find this interesting, the entire collection drops on the 22nd of July. Furthermore, the first round of Kylie Skin will also be restocked.

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