Kourtney Kardashian is reportedly planning on fixing her ageing skin so that her boy toy lover Justin Bieber remains attracted to her. That is some serious insecurity problem and quite understandable too in the celeb world where all material and superficial aspects are given paramount importance.

Hollywood Life mentions that Kourtney might be feeling jealous of Bieber hanging out with girls half her age, like Selena Gomez (22) and Hailey Baldwin (19). It is apparent what fame can do to young minds like Hailey and Selena who love basking under Bieber’s glory. Bieber gets all the women he wants such as the likes of Kourtney, going weak in their knees and hearts, even ready to de-age themselves just to be with this boy.

A source close to Kourtney Kardashian told Life & Style magazine, as quoted by Hollywood Life, that “She wants to hold onto Justin.” The source adds that “With all the models half her age that Justin has been with, Kourtney is feeling insecure. She’s been working super hard on her body and she looks amazing, but she feels like she could look much younger.” Well, for a mother of three, Kourtney has an amazing figure.

The source then goes on to address the psychological problems most celebrities in the showbiz face – ageing! He says that Kourtney “thinks that her weight loss has caused some sagging skin around her neck and jawline. She also thinks she looks tired. She’s not quite ready for a face-lift yet, but she’s considering a neck lift and a forehead lift, which will help her look 10 years younger.” She doesn’t need to as The Biebs considers her the best lover he’s ever had. “He loves having an older, experienced lover and they have a great friendship connection, too, so it works for both of them,” a source had told Radar Online.

This obsession with fading beauty and mortality can be maddening. It appears that Kourtney Kardashian is facing such a problem at the moment. If a relationship has honesty and the love and understanding between two souls are true, such face-lifts aren’t needed. But sadly, in the world of glamour, where fame is gained through sex tapes and Instagram selfies or provocative apparel, such truth is lost. Anyway, as the proverb goes, “All’s fair in love and war.”