When it comes to buying Christmas gifts for friends and family this year, Keeping Up With the Kardashians matriarch Kris Jenner is hoping her choice will provide some much-deserved self-care.
In an exclusive interview with People, the 64-year-old revealed she has partnered with Botox and will be giving Botox gift cards to friends and family this holiday.
“It’s a one stop shop for me,” Jenner, 64, told People. “And who doesn’t love Botox? For me it’s been really great. If you’re responsible, and you talk to your doctor, I think it works. It’s something that I’ve been using for a long time.”View this post on Instagram
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Despite being extremely busy, Jenner told People she has always promoted self-care and encouraged her famous daughters to do the same.
“Personal care is really important,” says Jenner. “I taught my kids that when they were really young. And then they remind me of the horror stories of getting their first bikini waxes! We love great beauty experiences and learning about new things and new products.”
An important person on Jenner’s list who will be receiving a Botox gift card is her mom, Mary Jo.
“I also feel really blessed to have my mom still here feeling okay, and she’s 85 years old. I hope I have that adventurous spirit when I’m her age. She’s a joy. I’m going to give her a Botox gift card for sure,” Jenner shared.
When it comes to her own beauty regime, Jenner told the mag she keeps things pretty simple, revealing, “My routine is pretty simple, but it always has been my entire life. A massage, a great facial, a manicure and a little Botox and I’m good to go. I’m pretty traditional. As long as I’m clean and scrubbed up, I’m a happy camper.”