Kim Zolciak-Biermann Posts a Makeup-Free Selfie and Credits Her Flawless Skin to This Treatment

Kim Zolciak-Biermann Posts a Makeup-Free Selfie and Credits Her Flawless Skin to This Treatment

The Real Housewives of
star, Kim Zolciak-Biermann, has never had a hard time standing up for
herself. So when people commented on her latest Instagram to criticize her makeup-free selfie, she certainly wasn’t going to stand for it.

Thursday, the reality star
posted a bathing suit selfie captioned, “Just one of those days. My chest and
face are glowing thanks to @napsmedspa IPL.”

The selfie was taken after the 40-year-old got an IPL (intense pulsed light) treatment, which is commonly used to restore sun-damaged skin. Considering how glowy and clear Zolciak-Biermann’s skin looks, the treatment certainly worked. 

While some people responded with
positive comments like, “I need an eyebrow class from you like now” and “Umm stunning!!! I wish I looked like that getting out of the pool,” others were not so kind.

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“Did you get stung by a bee or a wasp,” wrote one person.” Which Zolciak-Biermann
replied, “And you are a mother?!? Pretty sβ€”-y example!” When someone else told her to “stop
with the lip filler,” she told them to “stop with the stupid comment.”

The reality star has always
been pretty open about the work she’s gotten done. In 2016, she told Entertainment Tonight, “I’ve done my
lips. I’ve been getting Botox since I was young, for migraines initially and
now it’s the obvious reason. I’ve had my boobs done. I fixed my hernia and had
a tummy tuck at the same time, you know, it’s one in the same.”

Being so open about her appearance
and the work she’s gotten done allows the Real Housewife to clap back with the
confidence she deserves. Plus, if her beautiful, glowing selfie proves anything, it’s that her skin treatments are clearly working, so kudos to you Kim!

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