A billionaire’s lifestyle is unimaginably different than that of the average person’s, but there are some things that don’t really change when you become an incredibly successful businessperson. Kylie Jenner, for example, takes showers. Crazy, right? And the thing is, there’s nothing intrinsically billionaire-y about them. Accord to a video she just posted, Jenner not only keeps things relatably simple in the shower, but she also has a remarkably affordable post-shower moisturising routine.

In a four-minute YouTube clip with Khloé Kardashian, Jenner decided to celebrate the latest Kylie Cosmetics collaboration with her half-sister by asking her some not-so-burning questions. However, the tables were turned when Kardashian decided to ask Jenner about her bathing habits. “I read on my Snapple cap, 70 percent of people shower from top to bottom. What do you do?”

Jenner was happy to break it down: “Full shower routine? I like to get in, start with my hair, for sure. Shampoo, then conditioner. I like for my conditioner to be out of my hair — then I can wash it off my body. Do you know what I mean? Because sometimes I feel like conditioner lingers on your body,” Jenner says, and Kardashian totally agrees, saying her dermatologist told her conditioner can sometimes cause body breakouts.

After scrubbing with a pink loofah — no word on if she uses her Kylie Skin Walnut Scrub on her body — Jenner rinses off, but that isn’t the last step. She gets out of the shower, “And then I drench myself in, like, organic oils that I got off of Amazon.” Let’s all pause to picture Kylie Jenner shopping on Amazon for a sec. “Almond oil or olive oil or jojoba oil,” she tells Kardashian of her preferred oils, admitting that, like so many of us, she used to mispronounce jojoba.

Aside from this admission being a great hint as to what we can expect regarding ingredients Jenner would likely include in any future body products she may launch, it’s also got us searching Amazon for organic almond, olive, and jojoba oils. Here are some of the top-rated options we found, so you can moisturise post-shower like a billionaire.





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