Sorry, not sorry. Bethenny Frankel is standing by her criticism of Kim Kardashian's skin care line, and she's not afraid of the repercussions.
"I'm proud of myself for speaking my mind when it's not that easy to do so, when it can be scary and you're alone," she said in an Instagram video Wednesday, Aug. 24. "When everyone around you tells you not to say anything. You don't want to mess with these people, don't screw around, you have too much to lose."
The "Real Housewives of New York" alum continued, "You know what? I don't want to be a follower. I want to be me, who has an opinion and is honest and is straightforward. Cancel me if that's not gonna work, but I'm not gonna be afraid."
In confirming what she was talking about, Bethenny included the hashtags "Kardashian cleanse" and "Kardashian intervention."
The determined post comes after the Skinny Girl founder ripped Kim's new skin care line, Skkn, calling it "impractical at best" and "somewhat overpriced." In her criticism, she centered on the packaging of an egg-shaped eye cream.
"I don't have a circular house or medicine cabinet. It doesn't even have a flat bottom, so it's effectively like an egg," she lamented.
Bethenny was equally flummoxed by the packing of an exfoliator.
"You have to be a billionaire to use this product, because if you don't have a private plane, how are you traveling with this?" she asked. "It's just not practical."