Kim Kardashian Gets Laser Treatment to Remove* Stretch Marks on Breasts

Kim Kardashian Gets Laser Treatment
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The hottest mum on the planet, Kim Kardashian wants to regain her stunning curves after pregnancy as she was not happy with her body; a buzz about her visit to plastic surgeons has become a latest episode.

The hottest celebrity Kim Kardashian at the age of 33 has given birth to her first child, baby North with fiancé Kanye in June 2013. She lost 60 lbs but because of breast feeding it seems that the reality TV star has developed few stretch marks on the breasts after pregnancy and this isn’t ok for Kim.

She was seen visiting plastic surgeons with BFF Jonathan Cheban; this episode was aired last night in the US. She visited the surgeons for her stretch marks and wrinkly hands.

Kim Said that she is highly obsessed with her hands, they appear really wrinkly. She is finding ways to tighten them.

Kim was not very happy when it was claimed that she was injecting her butt to get a bigger booty. Now she might go through laser treatment for her boobs to remove* stretch marks.

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Last week Kim tweeted that, she knows all about the nonsense tabloids claiming that she have butt implants injections.

Anyone after the birth of a child gains lot of weight and it is very difficult to lose* it. Kim still has to lose* weight.

On twitter with the side by side photo Kim said to BTW tabloid to don’t photoshop her clothes. She doesn’t want to become a part of such rumors.

She feels sorry about those who make fun of her pregnancy as well as her efforts to lose* weight. She added that she is not perfect but she doesn’t want to follow their skinny standards.

Kim told BTW about her weight loss*, she has lost a lot so far and she is proud of this. She doesn’t suggest giving complex to young girls.

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