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April 06, 2020

KKW Beauty and Kylie Cosmetics Temporarily Halt Shipping of Orders Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

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Beauty moguls Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner announced that they have temporarily shut down production for their cosmetic facilities.

Many businesses around the world have been forced to shut down temporary amid government instructions to encourage lockdowns.

Kim Kardashian has joined people in following health orders placed in California. She has ceased production of her cosmetics facility for KKW Beauty. In a tweeted, she revealed, "the health and safety of our community is our top priority."


Kim explained to her customers that the KKW Beauty website would continue taking online orders. However, the break in production would mean that there is no guaranteed date and time for their delivery. 

She promised to keep her fans updated on any changes. The reality star also spoke about the difficulty of dealing with the pandemic and praised people for their support and understanding.

Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner stand side by side and the arrived at the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party on February 09, 2020, in Beverly Hills, California | Source: David Crotty/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images


Kylie Jenner

 released a similar statement informing Kylie Cosmetics customers that their website is accepting orders, but that there would be no guarantee on delivery dates.

In her announcement, her team also sent out an encouraging message to their customers, saying, "please stay safe and healthy. Sending you all love, XO Kylie Cosmetics Team."


In a follow-up tweet, Kylie's team revealed that the Kylie Skin fulfilment facility would continue to operate its normal activities. 

Unlike her cosmetics headquarters that had shut down, the Kylie Skin fulfilment facility is a factory, which operates separately from the other entities.


The tweet from Kylie cosmetics stated that it would remain open and is following all health and safety precautions advised by the state.

The announcement comes as a relief to many fans who expressed their joy over the news that they would still be able to receive orders. One fan called it "good news."

Kylie has been doing her part to help spread information to her 166 million followers on social media about the right measures to take amid the coronavirus pandemic.

It is reported, following the request of Surgeon General Jerome Adams to use her influence, she explained to people that some coronavirus patients are young people, and she encouraged millennials to stay at home.


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