New Jersey, Would You Try These Outrageous Beauty Treatments?
Is there anything that we won’t do to be beautiful? There are some crazy treatments out there that have me wondering if someone is just playing a massive joke on us. Would you try these outrageous beauty treatments?
Bird Poop Facial
We had a caller from Freehold call us today and confess she had a “bird poop facial”. It is exactly what you think it is. It was invented in Japan and it uses the excrement of the nightingale. The poop is dehydrated into a powder and when wet it becomes a paste that can help with hyperpigmentation or sun spots. My question is, who was the person to make the connection between bird poop and fixing facial spots? Celebs in Hollywood swear by it, I’ll pass.
This one does not even sound legal. Do Korean newborn babies have the secret to eternal youth? Oprah thinks so. She says it is the most amazing facial that she has ever had. The foreskins are cloned in a lab and the cells are extracted and smeared over an exfoliated and clean face. Word is, your face will glow from within.
We’ve all heard of or even used Botox which is a dead form of botulism so maybe we shouldn’t clutch our pearls when I tell you that snake venom is all the rage. This venom is a safe, synthetic version that gets shot into the face, not the bloodstream. This will paralyze muscles like Botox. However, it is not commonplace enough for me to try this one…yet.
I actually froze my face! I did a deep cryo facial and I'm kind of loving it! Any other crazy recommendations?
This one has me cracking up. There is a Thai massage where the esthetician smacks your face. Can you imagine someone paying for that? Apparently, they start out slow and light and then increase the frequency and strength of the slaps. It is supposed to improve blood flow and increase collagen. People in this world have lost their minds.
Celebrities don't come out of the box like that. They have the inside scoop on all the best beauty treatments but they can afford it all! Check out these celebrity net worths.