Kim Kardashian Gets 'Vampire' Facial: Most Extreme Celebrity Beauty Treatment?
Kim will do anything to stay beautiful, even if it means injecting herself with her own blood. The pregnant star was shown having a trendy "vampire" facial in the latest episode of "Kourtney and Kim Take Miami."
Simpson tweeted a video of herself using an ear candle and joked about what to do with the wax that came out.
Jennifer Love Hewitt
Love Hewitt once to admitted to "vagazzaling" her private parts with Swarovski crystals.
Oprah is partial to anti-aging skin cream SkinMedica, which contains human foreskin.
The 50-year-old star has used leeches to detoxify her blood.
Paltrow has been seen with circular bruises on her back from "cupping," a type of acupuncture that purportedly encourages blood flow. She also reportedly raved about snake venom beauty cream.
Madonna has used an oxygen machine to keep her skin looking young — it's not easy to be a 54-year-old cheerleader!
The pregnant reality star, 32, was shown having a trendy "vampire" facial in the latest episode of "Kourtney and Kim Take Miami." She even shared a gruesome preview pic on Instagram with the hashtag, #VampireFacial #kktm.
According to The Sun, the freaky facial involves taking blood from the arm and injecting it into the face. Initially Kim was gung ho about the treatment, stating: "I love trying anything that makes you look and feel youthful." After the painful procedure, not so much. "Oh my God. I will never get a facelift if it feels like that," she concluded.
But Kim isn't the only star to do anything for a pretty face. Oprah is partial to anti-aging cream SkinMedica, which contains human foreskin. Madonna has used an oxygen machine to keep her skin looking young. Demi Moore has used leeches to detoxify her blood, and Gwyneth Paltrow reportedly raved about a snake venom beauty cream.
From Kim's kooky facial to Jennifer Love Hewitt's "vagazzaled" private parts, click through our slideshow and let us know: Which celeb got the most extreme beauty treatment?
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