The site of Kourtney Kardashian Poosh feels familiar for several reasons
Kourtney, the eldest son of Kardashian-Jenner’s brother, may not keep making headlines like his younger sisters Kim, Khloe, and Kylie (oh, and Kendall) – but you will see and hear more from him with his latest lifestyle, beauty, and health site, Poosh.
After teasing his followers with nude photos in March (and launching a “new” Instagram account that was originally owned by the Dash store which is now gone, according to Fashionista) Poosh finally aired today. In Kourtney’s words, he decided to launch Poosh because he “felt something was missing in the space of a healthy lifestyle. Healthy living gets a bad rap; as if you care about what you put in – or your body, then you are not sexy or cool. But this is not true, and Poosh is here to prove that. “He said this even though our collective obsession with everything we put in our bodies is the basis of several multibillion-dollar industries and at least some other web sites (in particular).
Poosh is a “modern guide to living your best life” and its mission is to “educate, motivate, create, and regulate a modern lifestyle, achievable by everyone,” according to the About Me site.
So far the content offered … can be predicted. You can get “An Butt Lift Instant with Coach Joe” (only takes five minutes!), You can find healthy snacks and recommendations for non-toxic toys for your children, and of course, all clean beauty and health products that used Kourtney every day. And what will the Kardashian sisters do if it’s not a plug-in-all-subtly momager, Kris Jenner? “They say the devil works hard, but we all know Kris Jenner works harder,” Kourtney (supposed) wrote in an interview with the person who gave birth to him. Oh, and Kourtney also blesses us with gifts we never knew we didn’t need – Kris Jenner’s gluten-free brownie recipe.
And if you are an old Kardashian scholar, Poosh might also feel like an old version of the Kourtney website and a paid mobile application that is dead. Launched in 2015, the application of Kardashian-Jenner’s sister, which burdened users with $ 2.99 for exclusive content, was closed late last year. According to People, their decision to leave the application also came “a few months after Kim, Kourtney, and Khloé said goodbye to all their DASH stores after 12 years.”
The biggest difference between the old site Kourtney and Poosh? Poosh is absolutely free. So, go ahead and load gluten-free recipes, recipes for organic skin care, and probing Kardashian Contents.