YouTuber Jeffree Star called Kylie Jenner's skincare line "basic" in a 33-minute video posted Sunday night. In the video, Star is joined by fellow YouTuber Shane Dawson to review Kylie Jenner's new skincare line, Kylie Skin.

The duo reviewed the makeup mogul's makeup removing wipes, foaming face wash, walnut face scrub, vanilla milk toner, vitamin C serum, face moisturizer, and eye cream. Throughout the video Star and Dawson express how unimpressed they are with the billionaire's new products before Star ends the video saying, "my face feels basic" and "I just wasn't really wowed by anything."

This video isn't the first controversy surrounding Jenner's skincare brand. Ever since the Kylie Skin launch on May 22, it has been subject to criticism. The internet first went nuts when it was announced that the skincare line would include a walnut scrub. In a promotional video, Kylie claims the scrub is made with a "fine walnut powder" and is "gently yet effective" but people weren't convinced it was good for them. Cosmopolitan explained that "even crushed or powdered walnuts can cause micro-tears on the surface of your skin and mess with your skin barrier."

Jenner also was slammed by fans when she posted a video of herself washing her face with the foaming face wash late last month. As reported by People, the clip, shared to the Kylie Skin Twitter and Instagram accounts, showed the reality star using the face wash for 10 seconds.

"...Fans quickly called out Jenner’s face washing technique by saying she didn’t cleanse long enough to fully remove makeup," reported the outlet. "Many also noted that when the star wiped her face dry, foundation residue transferred onto the towel, indicating that she had not cleansed for long enough."

Despite these reviews, many of the 21-year-old's skincare line products sold out shortly after its release. Jenner_Kylie Kylie Jenner attends the MTV Video Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall on Aug. 20, 2018 in New York City. Photo: Getty Images/Jamie McCarthy