InStyle Magazine
October 30, 2019 10:05 am
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When it comes to beauty routines, the Kardashians often surprise us. Amongst their more expensive picks, they often use super affordable beauty products that you can find on Amazon. Khloé Kardashian in particular has been highlighting face creams, oils, and serums you can find on the retail giant (like this best-selling anti-aging serum), and now she’s presenting us with yet another Amazon beauty buy: the Kate Blanc Vitamin E Oil.

The $12 vitamin E oil is among Amazon’s top ten best-selling face oils, and it boasts hundreds of five-star reviews.

While most shoppers use the oil in their skincare routine to fade scars, Khloé actually uses it to help her lashes grow. In a new post on sister Kourtney Kardashian’s lifestyle website Poosh, the reality star said she uses the vitamin E oil “in place of pricey lash-lengthening treatments.” She recommends applying it with this $5 spoolie (also on Amazon!), and says “you should see changes in a month or two.” (Some Amazon shoppers note that the Kate Blanc Vitamin E Oil has a thick consistency, so you only need a small amount for wherever you’re applying it.)

Shop it! $12, amazon.com.

It’s not the first time the Kardashians have been quoted saying they swear by vitamin E oil for their lashes—they’ve actually been using it since high school.

If you’re wondering if the oil is safe to use on your lashes, we tapped Dr. Shari Sperling, board-certified dermatologist and founder of Sperling Dermatology in Florham Park, N.J., to give us the lowdown. Sperling says that while there aren’t many proven studies to support its eyelash lengthening abilities,

The best part? Vitamin E oil is also considered an anti-aging beauty product, so you can use it on areas of your face that need brightening.

But since Amazon is home to many highly rated vitamin E oils and serums, you have plenty of options to choose from, whether you want to target your lashes like Khloé, or other skin concerns.

This story originally appeared on InStyle.com by Christina Butan.

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