Three Bizarre Facials That Actually Work
November 15, 2016 • 224 views
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Beauty regimens can be passed on from your grandma, taken from ancient history or found in the most recent issue of Cosmopolitan. From coconut oil treatments, to rose water masks and cocoa butter scrubs, there are countless ways to take care of your skin and your body. Some of the most effective treatments are actually the most bizarre… like these three facials:
Facial #1: Snail Slime Facial
Yes, snail slime. This facial may sound gross and might be a little slimy, but it works wonders for your skin. Snails slime contains a significant amount of hyaluronic acid, which draws water from far down in your skin and brings it to the outer layers to help with hydration. The results are noticeable. These facials can run anywhere from $250-$400.
Facial #2: Vampire Facial
The vampire facial gets its name because you are left with a very red and bloody looking face post facial. Why? During this facial, you get blood drawn from the face and then re-infused back into the skin with micro-needles, this helps to restore collagen production in the face and leaves you with fewer wrinkles and smooth skin. This facial runs anywhere from $75-$100 dollars.
Facial #3: Sheep Placenta Facail
Yes, the placenta of a sheep… but only the good parts! The proteins and nutrient rich parts of the placenta are extracted and used for the facial. Sheep placenta contains nutrients similar to those in human placenta, it is also rich in collagen boosting proteins which leave the skin plump, soft, and radiant. Harry Styles has even admitted to having a Sheep Placenta Facial! This facial is anywhere from $400-$1,000, depending on the kind you get. That’s one pricey sheep !