Kourtney Kardashian is literally glowing in the behind-the-scenes footage from her latest Lemme Glow supplement campaign, and deservedly so.
The founder was against pink background walls as she posed with a bottle of the peach-hued gummies formulated to nutritionally “beautify” hair, nails, and skin. Kourtney shared an Instagram carousel of the campaign on September 16th and revealed a close guest on the Lemme set.
Inside the photo dump, the hairstyles play with Kourtney’s dark, thick hair set in a high ponytail. She wore a black tube top under a deep pink cover-up, and her glam was done except for a nude frosted lip.
In the caption, the Poosh founder announced the “special” guest and the formulation of Lemme Glow that’ll bring out your best beauty, starting from within.
“Behind the scenes from my new @Lemme Glow campaign,” Kourtney writes. “(I was hiding a little 5-month-old baby bump on set🤍),” she continues, paying tribute to her expecting son and the shoot’s guest star, with whom she shares with Travis Barker. Lastly, she explained the science behind her newest launch.
“Lemme Glow is the ultimate beauty complex, scientifically formulated with Types 1 and 3 Collagen Peptides, Biotin, Zinc, Vitamins A, C, & E, and 72 ionic Trace Minerals. 🍑✨✨.”
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The supplement brand uploaded a behind-the-scenes 90s aesthetic video days prior to Kourtney’s posting. Lemme Glow, like all the products before it, takes a couple of years to develop and is revised by a team of medical professionals on the Lemme team. According to the brand’s website, all products have no artificial colors, ingredients, or sweeteners and are clinically researched prior to public availability.
Do Kourtney Kardashian’s Lemme supplements work?
Regarding all supplements and vitamins, it’s best to seek consultation from your physicians before consumption to avoid issues in your overall health. Now, do the Lemme products actually work as they claim?
I’ve been taking Lemme Debloat (the probiotic gummy for digestion) for a few months now, and overall, my symptoms from having a chronic gastrointestinal disease have considerably subsided. Of course, to get the full effect of the vitamin, I drink a full glass of water after consuming it and maintain a healthy and active lifestyle. So, yes, there’s strong potential in the Lemme line.
But what works for me may not work for others, so as mentioned, always consult a doctor to add any nutritional supplements to your daily routine.
We do love a “glow-up” from Kourtney!