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Of Course Donald Trump’s Son Is Bathed In Caviar Moisturizer, Nightly

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shutterstock_103323386__1365946603_70.118.110.28Melania Trump has a famously fabulous lifestyle – and so does her seven-year-old son, Barron. She recently admitted her child is not a “sweat pants kid” and confessed to slathering him in her anti-aging Caviar Complex C6 moisturizer, nightly. What the hell?

One of the first things to drop off of my “necessities” list when finances got a little tight was all of the beauty products I love to buy. Yes, these are first-world problems – I admit it. My family is fed and clothed which is obviously the most important thing – but all the fun, girly extras are gone. I remember having disposable income and spending it on this stuff. Now I cruise the cosmetics section hoping to score some samples of all that expensive cream that I can stretch out for a few weeks. It hurts my soul to know that this seven-year-old is slathered in this anti-aging complex that should be mine. Grrr.

“It smells very, very fresh,” Melania told ABC News. “I put it on him from head to toe. He likes it!” No he doesn’t. He doesn’t care. He’s seven. I bet his nannies are totally stocked up on the goods, though. I would be. Is that bad to admit? I would totally be swapping Johnson’s baby lotion into those containers and taking the goods for myself. I am a horrible person.

If you live in the lap of luxury and want to treat your child like a Trump, you can buy Melania’s line at Lord and Taylor. As you can imagine, it doesn’t come cheap. Less than two ounces of the moisturizer retails for $100. But it does have actual sturgeon caviar  imported from the South of France in it – so it’s obviously worth it. The rest of us will just bathe our kids in Mr. Bubble, slap some Aveeno moisturizer on their cute little butts and call it a day.

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