Celebrities are well-known for their lavish lifestyles and near-perfect aesthetics. Although many of them opt to go under the knife in an effort to look their best, there are those that prefer to make the most of beauty treatments instead. These therapies are often far more advanced than those available to the general public – but that isn’t to say that particular beauty salons won’t offer them to their clients.
What are some of these services, you ask? Here are three of the most popular.
Just the mention of a diamond can lead people to think that the topic will be expensive. Although a little more costly than usual dermabrasion treatments; they can still be very affordable. As with the regular type of abrasive process, the purpose is to clean and buff skin to provide a clear complexion. By using fragmented diamonds for the buffing, the results are often even more substantial – usually enough to make anyone’s face red carpet ready.
It’s a well-known fact that mud, when properly prepared, can work wonders on the human body. Its nutrient-rich composition and organic nature make it a very potent tool in a beauty therapist’s arsenal. But there’s a difference between a mud facial and a full-on bath. Celebrities like Demi Moore, Mila Kunis and Angelina Jolie make a point of climbing in to a tub of mud every so often – and the results are clear for all to see.
Electricity can be as beneficial as it is dangerous; but when in the hands of an experienced therapist, the potential for clear skin is second to none. Unlike laser therapies that rely on short bursts of heat and radiation to clear skin of hair, dirt and debris, electricity can add a much needed jolt to the elasticity of a client’s dermal layers; offering a smooth, wrinkle-free face in the space of a few hours. Jennifer Aniston was one of the first people to try this type of therapy and her baby-smooth complexion stands testament to the results.