Kim Kardashian discovers the perfect psoriasis cover-up?

Kim Kardashian is living with psoriasis. I don’t know how she does it. I mean, how awful. What could POSSIBLY be worse than psoriasis!? (You picking up my sarcasm here?) Kim boldly and bravely opened up about her struggles with psoriasis on her reality show, ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’. We got to see Kim break down and lose it over getting the awful diagnosis. Is there a medal we can give her?

Well, these pictures landed in my inbox this morning, and I realized that Kimmy is probably using this psoriasis as a way to make more money.

This is a photo of my psoriasis before! The next pic in the galley is the AFTER pic! I’m using Sally Hansen Airbrush Legs spray and it is my lifesaver at the moment! I love this stuff! It really covers up my psoriasis so well!

Now, I’m only guessing that she’s being paid for this blurb in her blog….but methinks the Kardashian’s wouldn’t turn away a chance to make a buck. They will promote anything! Sell anything! Heck, Kris is making money off her incontinence issues!

Ever the opportunist, 55-year-old Kris Jenner managed to turn incontinence into yet another money maker, landing a gig as the face of Poise pads.

What do you think – was Kim paid for this post?

More on the product from Sally Hansen:

Tanning and pantyhose are so yesterday. Now you can give your legs a makeover in just seconds. No sun. No salon. No streaks. Just flawless looking, irresistible, sexy legs. This light-weight leg makeup, enriched with Palmaria Extract, enhances the coverage of freckles, veins and imperfections. It’s water and transfer resistant. Bare legs are nice. Airbrush Legs are irresistible. Find Airbrush Legs ® in the Sally Hansen section at your local retailer.

 


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