Kourtney Kardashian is slammed by fans as she promotes her new skincare line

She recently launched her own skincare product with her lifestyle brand Poosh.

But Kourtney Kardashian seemed a bit confused as she took to Twitter this week in a bid to sell her wares.

In a since-deleted post, the reality star, 43, claimed ‘Your skin deserves minerals, not chemicals’ despite scientists determining that minerals are chemical compounds – something her fans don’t. were quick to point out.

‘Stick to makeup!’: Fans slammed Kourtney Kardashian’s lack of knowledge as she promoted her skincare range, saying people need ‘minerals, not minerals’ chemicals” – despite the fact that minerals are a chemical

Kourtney’s new face mist reportedly ‘removes dirt and excess oil and balances the pH of all skin types while improving the appearance of the skin.’

However, according to the Oxford dictionary, all elements, including minerals (as well as air and water), are actually a “composition of chemicals”.

Following Kourtney’s confusion, fans rushed to the comments section to point out her mistake, with one saying, “Water is a chemical, Ms. Kardashian, stick to makeup.” .

New Product: Kourtney's New Face Mist

New Product: Kourtney’s new face mist “eliminates dirt and excess oil as well as pH balances all skin types while improving skin’s appearance

Oops: in a since deleted message, the reality TV star

Oops: In a since-deleted post, the reality star ‘Your skin deserves minerals, not chemicals’ despite scientists determining the two were the same – something her fans were quick to point out

While another added: ‘All you can smell is a chemical’ and another agreed: ‘Girlie, everything is a chemical’.

One fan teased, “Lots of chemical gas in Kourtney’s head.”

A fourth concluded: “Mama literally loves everything is a chemical, even water.”

Embarrassing: However, following Kourtney's confusion, fans rushed to the comments section to point out her mistake, writing:

Embarrassing: However, following Kourtney’s confusion, fans rushed to the comments section to point out her mistake, writing: ‘Water is a chemical, Ms. Kardashian, stick to makeup’

While another follower tweeted: ‘You realize minerals are chemicals and natural does not equal non-toxic or safe.’

As another agreed: ‘Honestly, it’s a bit embarrassing how society has made ‘chemicals’ to always be a toxic bad thing, but literally everything is a chemical. As water is a chemical, air contains chemicals, come on people.

MailOnline has contacted Kourtney’s representatives for comment.

Kourtney launched her lifestyle brand in 2019 and named it after the nickname of her ten-year-old daughter, Penelope Disick.

More: While another follower tweeted:

More: While another follower tweeted: ‘You realize minerals are chemicals and natural doesn’t equal non-toxic or safe’

According to its site, Poosh is “the modern guide to living your best life.” Our mission is to educate, motivate, create and organize a modern lifestyle, accessible to all”.

It comes after the influencer found herself facing criticism online again after her daughter, who she shares with ex Scott Disick, recently starred in a makeup tutorial on their shared TikTok.

Penelope applied concealer then blended it before adding lip gloss, eye shadow and mascara in the clip, which has since been taken down.

“Well, when you grow up in a house full of conceited women,” one Twitter user remarked, claiming that “I didn’t even think about wearing makeup until I was 16.”

Blowback: This comes after the influencer found herself facing criticism online after her daughter, who she shares with ex Scott Disick, recently starred in a makeup tutorial on their shared TikTok

Blowback: This comes after the influencer found herself facing criticism online after her daughter, who she shares with ex Scott Disick, recently starred in a makeup tutorial on their shared TikTok

Another social media commenter jokingly expressed her horror that the Kardashians’ obsession with beauty is “spreading over to the kids.” Someone call the CDC!’

Another Twitter user objected to Penelope having had time to get to grips with makeup, asking, “Are these kids studying yet?”

Last month, Kourtney denied her son Mason, 12, was on social media and slammed an “ultra creepy” account she accused of “relentlessly pretending” to be him.

A social media account claiming to be Mason had made allegations about the Kardashian-Jenner family, including that Kourtney’s younger half-sister Kylie Jenner was set to marry her rapper boyfriend Travis Scott.

However, Kourtney, 43, posted to both her Twitter and Insta Stories in July to assure her audience that the account was not Mason.

Team: Although Penelope is the star of the TikTok account, he is presented as

Team: Although Penelope is the star of the TikTok account, he is presented as “Kourtney-Penelope”, indicating his mother’s strong involvement