The "body plumping" cream company that received a huge boost from Kylie Jenner on Instagram, denies that it paid the star to plug their product.
PureLeef has come under fire thanks to some racy photos of Kylie's "enhanced" boobs and butt ... which she randomly credited the brand for.
Kylie got tons of backlash for her inappropriate Instagram pics - not that it's the first time that happened, but rarely does she promote something.
Also in play is the obvious plastic surgery component. Jenner admits getting lip injections and plenty of fans think the cream is complete crap.
Any "enhancement" of those boobs and butt likely came from surgical procedures, her critics say. Or at least just push-up bras and sexy poses.
The company that makes the "body plumping" aid isn't weighing on on Kylie's body specifically, but insists her endorsement was unsolicited.
They didn't pay Kylie Jenner, they unequivocally say, noting that their company urges parents to get involved if the user is under 18.
It's not clear if this is a shot at Kris Jenner, but it reads that way. As for the cream itself and why you would sell this PureLeef boasts:
“We feel our way is much safer and less final than surgery or black market 'butt injections' all while producing real results.”
Fair enough. See more of Kylie's risque pictures below and decide for yourself ... is there any sort of cream that can do this?!