This article originally appeared on GOBankingRates.com: What You’ll Have to Pay for Crazy Celebrity Beauty Treatments
Since money is no object for the average celebrity, splurging on beauty treatments is just part of life. Indulging in some high-priced facials, the newest body shaping treatments and other beauty routines could be the secret to keeping stars looking much younger than their years.
But what’s the real price of vanity at a beauty salon or spa?
Click through to find out what celebrities are splurging on — and just how strange some beauty treatments are.
One of America’s most-watched stars, Kim Kardashian works hard to maintain her youthful look with frequent beauty treatments and luxury beauty products. She’s no stranger to plastic surgery and has already shared that she has undergone laser treatments to take care of stretch marks. Kim Kardashian has a net worth of $175 million.
Kim Kardashian’s Treatment: Vampire Facelift
Kardashian’s go-to skin care treatment was once the Vampire Facelift, a treatment that involves filler injections coupled with extracting your own blood to obtain platelet-rich plasma (PRP), which then gets infused into the skin with microneedling. The process is relatively painless, and you’ll see progressive results as your skin heals. If that still sounds like too many needles and too much blood for you, you can always try a cheaper beauty hack to get the look you want.
PRP growth factor facials — which don’t include the filler injections — are available at many medical spas across the country, and the treatment is designed to smooth out the texture of the skin, boost collagen and help maintain a youthful look. You can expect to pay up to $1,000 for the treatment.
The Duchess of Cambridge is no stranger to a pricey skin care routine — despite her low-maintenance image. While she maintains a relatively conservative look in public, she still enjoys a visit to the spa to be pampered like a princess. Her net worth is $10 million, according to Business Insider.
Kate Middleton’s Treatment: Bee Venom Mask
Cost: $93 for facial, $300 for mask
Bee venom is where Kate Middleton spends her money as it contains compounds that appear to be natural alternatives to Botox injections. It’s absorbed easily into the skin and helps with plumping and tightening of the skin to create a firm, toned look. Since it contains a combination of peptides, enzymes and amino acids, it fortifies the skin to keep it looking smooth and youthful. The Bee Sting Facial at the Deborah Mitchell of London’s Hale Clinic and Heaven Salon is Kate Middleton’s luxury skin treatment and costs $93, while the Black Bee Venom Mask from Mitchell’s own line costs $300.
One of the most glamorous celebrities of our time, Jennifer Lopez has built her empire with her acting, singing and dancing skills, all of which helped her become a successful Las Vegas star. She also works as an executive producer and dance competition judge. Lopez lives the high life in sunny Los Angeles and boasts a net worth of $380 million as of 2017.
Jennifer Lopez’s Treatment: Placenta Facial Treatment
Cost: $1,000 per week for up to two facials per week
Turns out the placenta from a sheep or a pig contains several skin rejuvenating ingredients that support a radiant, youthful complexion. The placenta contains active compounds, including amino acids, peptides, minerals, enzymes and proteins that freshen up the skin and even cure some skin concerns. Hollywood stars like Jennifer Lopez have been known to treat their skin to this crazy facial treatment at Lancer Skincare in Beverly Hills and shell out up to $1,000 per week for up to two facials per week.
Whether she’s walking down the red carpet or flexing her acting muscles on screen, Mila Kunis always manages to look flawless. Her luxury beauty treatments and signature makeup looks could be what keep her looking so fresh and youthful year after year. The Ukrainian-born actress is famous for her roles in movies including “Black Swan,” “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” and “Ted.” She also played a leading role in “That ’70s Show.” Kunis has a net worth of $55 million.
Mila Kunis’ Treatment: Ruby Facial
Designed by celebrity esthetician Scott Vincent Borba, the HD Diamond and Ruby Peel is what brings celebrities like Mila Kunis back to Hollywood’s most luxurious spas. The facial is designed to rejuvenate the skin by buffing away dead skin cells using crushed diamonds and rubies as an exfoliant. It includes a paraffin silk fiber mask and LED red light therapy for the ultimate skin boost.
You can add this to your celebrity-inspired skin care routine for a mere $7,000. For at-home maintenance, you can buy the RUBY Super Facial Nourishing Cream for $1,099.95.
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While playing tennis for a living has kept this athlete in great shape over the years, she’s also delving into the modeling world with appearances in Sports Illustrated. She was the first black woman to win SI’s 2015 Sportsperson of the Year and has since booked modeling jobs that highlight her athletic body. Serena Williams has a net worth was $180 million.
Serena Williams’ Treatment: Evian Bath
Available exclusively at the Hotel Victor in Miami, Fla., this luxurious bathing experience involves sitting in 1,000 liters of Evian natural spring water that’s infused with hundreds of rose petals. You can book a package that includes a personal masseuse and a gourmet food platter to make it even more of an indulgence. Williams is just one of a few guests who got to experience this specialty treatment that’s still the most expensive bath in the world at $5,000.
This supermodel from Germany has made waves around the globe and is now a well-known TV host, fashion designer and TV producer. She was one of the most successful models of her generation, so taking good care of herself has always been a priority. Klum earned an Emmy Award nomination for “Project Runway,” and she has a net worth of $90 million.
Heidi Klum’s Treatment: Personal Face Training
Cost: $1,250 per session
You’ll need to make your way out to Dangene Bailey’s Beverly Hills salon for an exclusive treatment that gives you a facelift without surgery. Heidi Klum is on the celebrity client list, but you’ll need to book a weekly session for six weeks at a price of $1,250 per session.
The treatment sessions might include chemical peels, laser therapy, oxygen treatments and light therapy to revive and rejuvenate the skin. If you stick with your training program for 12 weeks, you can get all your sessions for $9,000.
Between starring on a hit reality TV show to potentially launching her own makeup line with her sister Khloe, Kourtney is used to being camera-ready and sticks to a beauty routine that keeps her looking great day after day. She has an estimated net worth of $35 million through the reality show, social media endorsements and the Dash clothing stores.
Kourtney Kardashian’s Treatment: FasciaBlaster
Kourtney’s fears about cellulite have been blasted away with the help of the FasciaBlaster. You don’t have to make an appointment at a fancy spa to get results, but you do have to be consistent with your massaging efforts. The FasciaBlaster works by opening up the fascia tissue and breaking up fascial adhesions, which may be causing cellulite and dimples in your problem areas. It can also help with pain reduction, circulation and muscle definition. You can pick up a FasciaBlaster online for $89.
The former Spice Girl has built a successful empire with her fashion line and has also managed to maintain her youthful look. Victoria Beckham is a high-powered businesswoman and also a mother of four children with husband David Beckham. The couple has a combined estimated net worth of $450 million.
Victoria Beckham’s Treatment: Lancer Caviar Lime Acid Peel
If you’ve ever wondered why Victoria Beckham’s skin always seems to be glowing, her lineup of luxury beauty products could be to blame. Beckham swears by the Lancer Caviar Lime Acid Peel, a product that she’s shared on Instagram. The cream contains exfoliating compounds — including glycolic acid and phytic acid — to keep skin glowing and refine the appearance of fine lines and pores. It also contains retinol, which helps with skin renewal. You can find it online priced at $90 for 1.7 ounces.
After her leading role in the 2000 comedy “Almost Famous,” which earned her a Golden Globe, Hudson continues to impress on the red carpet with her beautiful skin and svelte figure. The actress and model is the daughter of actress Goldie Hawn and now has an estimated net worth of $38 million.
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Kate Hudson’s Treatment: La Mer Moisturizing Cream
Cost: $170 for a 1-ounce jar, $475 for a 3-ounce jar
Kate Hudson has made keeping her skin soft and supple a top priority by using La Mer cream, and her beauty tips could be just what you need to keep your skin looking radiant. The cream is infused with Miracle Broth, which helps strengthen and replenish the skin at a deeper level. Your skin should look more refreshed and youthful with daily application. A 3-ounce jar of the moisturizing cream will cost you $475, while a 1-ounce jar will cost about $170.
She started her Hollywood career at a young age and has since become one of the most successful stars of our time. Drew Barrymore has been among the highest-paid actresses during her career and was the spokesperson for CoverGirl for seven years, which put her front and center on the beauty scene. Now, she’s a director and producer with a net worth of $125 million.
Drew Barrymore’s Treatment: Hanacure Face Mask
Cost: $29 for one mask, $110 for four masks
You’ve probably seen the Hanacure face mask demonstrations on Facebook showing before and afters of Drew Barrymore, who claims the mask makes her look 10 years younger. This all-in-one gel contains a range of natural compounds that help restore, renew and rejuvenate the skin. It comes as a kit that you mix into a gel and brush on to your face. You leave it to dry until it starts to crack and tighten the skin, and then rinse it off to give your skin a boost. You can buy a starter set of one mask for $29 and a set of four masks for $110.
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