How much Kim Kardashian spends on Kim Kardashian's face.

Turns out: It costs Kim Kardashian a lot to make her face look like Kim Kardashian’s face.

Kim Kardashian, of booty fame, has revealed her daily beauty routine.

And Holy Mother of Wallets, it is expensive.

Kim and her expensive face. Image via Instagram.

In an interview with beauty website Into The Gloss, Kim discussed her beauty products. And better believe it’s ridiculous.

She uses some cheap stuff, such as Neutrogena Make-Up Remover Cleansing Towelettes (about AU$8).

But then yeah she  lot of expensive stuff, like Guerlain Orchidée Impériale The Rich Cream (about AU$600). Yes, that product is actually called ‘The Rich Cream’, i.e: ‘Get back to your home-brand moisturiser, you can’t afford me.’

Kim looking sad about how expensive her face is. Image via Instagram.

She also does regular LED light therapy with something called a Quasar MD Plus, which is a casual thousand bucks. She says it’s for the really bad psoriasis on her legs, but we also know it works for wrinkles. Probs uses it on her face too.

Kim Kardashian made a funny. No, really.

Adding up all of her beauty products that she uses on a day-to-day basis, about AU$2500. That’s like 500 tubes of Paw Paw cream.

It costs a lot to be Kim Kardashian.

But what about the hair? We know you were DYING to know.

Kim’s hair is DIRTY. And expensive. Image via Instagram.

Kim gets a blow-out every five days, which is an expensive but necessary habit when you are just so super duper famous. In the interview, she discussed her hair’s routine, and weirdly referred to herself as ‘we’. We’re not sure if she was talking about herself + her hair as ‘we’, or herself + her stylists, but here’s the upkeep:

For my hair, I don’t wash it every day. We start out with a blowout on day one, then we go into a messier vibe the next day, and then we flat iron it and do a really sleek look on day three since that requires a little oil in the hair. Day four could be a slicked-back ponytail, and on the fifth day is when you wash it. That’s a little excessive, maybe.

A little excessive? Maybe a tad.