Of Course Donald Trump’s Son Is Bathed In Caviar Moisturizer, Nightly
Melania 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.
â€œIt smells very, very fresh,â€ Melania told ABC News. â€œI put it on him from head to toe. He likes it!â€ 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 Â 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.