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She's gettin' into the skin game! Kim Zolciak-Biermann is again in the news for something about her face, but it has nothing to do with plastic surgery.

Kim is launching her own skincare collection with products that mean to be used on your face and body.

"I've always been obsessed with skincare. It's like I have a CVS in my house," she told Us Weekly. "When we travel, I have an entire suitcase just for my beauty products."

Kim said she had often thought about starting her own skincare line, but after having her mini-stroke last year, she said she became more determined than ever to do her passion project.

"It was like someone lit a fire under my a--," she said. "I realized I needed to do everything I wanted to do, so I made the time."

Kim teamed up with 310 Nutrition (she often drinks the shakes) to develop the brand she's calling Kashmere, which Us said is a play on her 3-year-old son Kash's name. Of course, cashmere is also often associated with luxury.

"I started Kashmere from the ground up," she told the mag. "I spent the time and invested the money and have been involved in every part of the process. I've really put my heart and soul into it."

The brand officially goes on sale August 15.

Among other things, the Kashmere line includes a body scrub, cellulite cream, self-tanner and skin toning oil.

"While I was pregnant with the twins, I was terrified of getting stretch marks, and even though they are hereditary, moisturizing helps," she said. "So I was always at the stove melting down and mixing oils, and I vowed one day I would sell it."

Kim, who has been open about her body, including plastic surgery, also sought help from the the professionals.

"I hired an amazing team of chemists, and they took my recipe and tweaked the formula to make it a dry oil," she says. "Now it dries within minutes and leaves you feeling silky and moisturized."