The endorsement opportunities keep rolling in for the Kardashian sisters.
From fragrance to self-tanner to lip-plumping gloss, the popular brunette trio will now be adding skincare to their list of business endeavors, with a nation-wide infomercial that will launch this Thursday.
"We've been getting so many compliments on our skin. Everybody asks what products we use, so we want to share PerfectSkin with the world," says Khloe Kardashian.
The PerfectSkin products are broken down into three step formulas according to the skin types of the sisters -- dry and sensitive (Kim), normal to oily (Kourtney) and oily to acne-prone (Khloe.)
Each kit includes an antioxidant-rich and balancing cleanser, toner and moisturizer and exfoliating pads, for $29.99, with a luxe set that includes an additional eye cream and mask retailing for $39.99 total.
Not bad for an industry that can easily charge twice that amount for moisturizer alone.
We're guessing the reality-tv sisters hope their combined star power will be enough to tempt customers away from competitive infomercial skin care lines like Proactiv, who has skin-glowing celebs like Katy Perry and Julianne Hough currently touting their products.
And like Proactiv, the PerfectSkin was created under the guidance of a dermatology expert -- Dr. Ron DiSalvo, who has worked on dozens of cosmetic science projects and products in his over forty-year long career span.
So has the doctor blended a formula for success? With the always-enterprising Kardashian sisters at his side, we're willing to bet so.