Ever wonder what the secret is behind the Kardashian sister's picture perfect selfies? Khloé Kardashian recently admitted that her pictures on Instagram are edited using the picture editing app Facetune.

The "Keeping Up with the Kardashian" star appeared on Chelsea Handler's Netflix docuseries "Chelsea Does" in the Silicon Valley episode. Handler sat down with Kardashian and other big names in social media to discuss the role that technology plays in people's everyday life.

"Facetune is the best thing to bring to the table. It's life changing," Kardashian admitted to Handler about how she gets her selfies so perfect, according to People Style. "It's the only way to live."

Kardashian told Handler that she did not think there was anything wrong with editing pictures, because she knew that she was presenting a version of herself to her Instagram followers.

"It's not real, you are presenting to the world what you want them to believe you are. It's amazing," she said. "I think our society nowadays is so caught up on getting validation from the social world that no one really knows, so they post these things."

"I wonder whose family that came from" Handler responded.

"No comment there," Kardashian replied.

The Facetune app offers tons of different editing options from average editing tools like teeth whitening and blemish removing to more advanced things like thickening of the hair and reshaping the body. The app came out in 2013 and has been the No. 1 paid app in 78 countries, according to In Style. Facetune has been downloaded over 2.5 million times and has a five-star rating on the iTunes app store.