The priciest celebrity beauty treatments

Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt, was known for her exquisite complexion. She used some rather unconventional beauty treatments such as donkey milk and goose fat. Today’s celebrities are willing to spend big bucks on various treatments to keep their good looks. Here are a few of the most expensive beauty treatments that famous ladies love.

Angelina Jolie – Caviar Skin Cream








Superstar Angelina Jolie swears that there’s nothing better for your skin than rubbing it with the eggs of a Baerii sturgeon. She uses a cream infused with the fish eggs to ward off signs of aging, wrinkles, and uneven skin tone. The cream has a high protein and oil content that supposedly does wonders for the face and it costs about $300.

Jennifer Lopez – Human Placenta Facials








J.Lo’s famous glow costs her $1,000 a week in human placenta facials. The treatment was originally discovered by Russian scientists. The cream has been derived from bovine placentas and is said to work wonders to reduce the sign of age. The idea of using placenta in beauty products is that the nutrient-filled tissue might provide stimulation to the skin and hair and will be a success in the beauty industry. A placenta cosmetic specialist said: “This is the future for beauty care. More and more people are beginning to discover the amazing benefits of placenta skin care. It’s been proven time and time again that placenta not only slows down the skin’s ageing process but also makes young-looking skin healthier.”

Demi Moore – Leech Therapy








It might sound crazy but Demi Moore claims that the secret of her hot and glowing skin is the leech therapy that she goes for quiet often. Leeches have anti-clotting and anaesthetic properties that expand the blood vessels. It is said that this therapy can detox the body and enhance the skin leaving it rejuvenated.

Beyoncé – Gold Manicure








Last year, while getting prepped for her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour, Beyoncé invested in an extravagant set of nails. Done by H&H, the gold lacquered nails were shaped into points and fitted with 3D accents and cost $850. However, it’s not so surprising she dropped nearly a grand on them when you take into consideration that Bijules designer Jules Kim said Beyoncé spent 36 grand on diamond-encrusted snake nail rings, which you can see in her “Sweet Dreams” music video.

Mila Kunis – Ruby and Diamond Facial








Mila Kunis reportedly likes to keep her skin looking fresh with a HD Diamond and Ruby Peel — a facial that uses precious stones to buff away skin impurities and costs $7,000 a pop. This treatment, created by Scott-Vincent Borb, uses precious stones to exfoliate the skin. He crushes up the stones and turns them into a paste to detoxify and brighten the skin. Apparently you also get to suck on an ice cube to reduce swelling during the treatment, but it costs extra.

Gwyneth Paltrow – Bee Venom Facial








To keep her skin radiant, Gwyneth Paltrow reportedly indulges in bee venom facials, which use bee venom to keep skin supple and youthful. The venom is diluted to make it less painful to apply and just 1 percent of the whole bottle is used. The bottle of one ounce costs $55,200 but now a 50 ml jar is also available that costs $112. The mask is made of New Zealand’s Manuka honey, lavender oils and shea butter to give an enhanced look instantly.

Madonna – Cellupulse Wave Therapy Machine








Combating cellulite remains one of the foremost obsessions of women all over the world. Madonna found a way to deal with it by purchasing an at-home anti-cellulite machine for $78,000 that uses acoustic wave therapy to eliminate unsightly skin dimples.

Rihanna – Hair








Rihanna is almost never seen sporting the same hairstyle twice. From mohawks to flowing locks, RiRi’s love of variety means she spends over $23,000 a week on a personal hair stylist — that’s more than a million dollars a year!




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One response to “The priciest celebrity beauty treatments”

  1. Tina says:

    Every woman has her little secrets of keeping her beauty and youth. I wish I could afford so many nice SPA procedures as the celebrities do. They must look great and they earn money to afford themselves these expensive procedures and skin treatments. This is a great feeling to go to the beautician and beauty salon and enjoy the time dedicated to your beauty and nice appearance. Jolie’s caviar skin cream has caught my attention. I wonder where can I buy it?