When Christmastime rolls around, Kris Jenner always has a very difficult gift-giving challenge ahead of her. There’s a fine balance to finding a special gift that says, “I love you,” but also, “I spent a lot of money,” and, “Ew, your face looks bad.” But it looks like she found the perfect present this year for her friends and family. Ho ho ho, you’re all getting commercially bottled botulinum toxin!
People magazine says that Kris has recently partnered with Botox Cosmetics for a campaign called Gift Like A Boss. Well, that’s maybe a bit incorrect. I’m not sure everyone’s boss would staple a gift certificate for cosmetic facial paralysis onto their holiday bonus check. But I’m sure the staff who works on Keeping Up With The Kardashians will appreciate their Botox. Can you inject Botox into the wrinkles in your brain in an attempt to help forget where you work?
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Kris explained why she chose Botox. And her explanation wasn’t just, “Kaching kaching!”
“It’s a one stop shop for me. 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. 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.”
According to Kris, everyone is getting Botox. Even her 85-year-old mother Mary Jo. She says: “She’s a joy. I’m going to give her a Botox gift card for sure.” How thoughtful! But I have to say, it feels a bit wasteful to give anyone in her family Botox cards for Christmas. I know she’s getting them by the case, courtesy of the Botox brand. But is that what the Kardashian and Jenner girls really want for Christmas? More Botox? I don’t think so since their faces are already 98% Botox as it is.