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The Most Expensive Facial Treatments In the World 

We presently lead highly stressful lives. As such, it is not surprising that more people are willing to splurge more cash to pamper themselves. Pampering can also include facial treatments, which promise a glowing complexion, younger-looking and radiant skin, and relief from stress-related problems. The growing popularity of facials has brought about various unconventional beauty treatments into the market. These are not run-of-the-mill facials because they have a huge price tag. 


You have the opportunity to decide whether you want to pamper yourself with one of these treatments. However, you have to set aside an outrageous sum of money for an average individual. You could even wonder whether the treatment is really worth the cost. Read on and decide for yourself whether you want to have one of the most expensive facial treatments in the world. 


“Skin care must be good enough to eat!” — Joanna Runciman


 Bird Poop Facial 

This is an authentic Japanese beauty treatment that was originally practiced by the geishas. It is presently available in a high-end spa in New York City for a price of $215. Bird’s poop is believed to have special enzymes. The enzymes are magical and can remove dead skin cells and leave you with a glowing skin that looks polished.

The treatment was popularized by Victoria Beckham, who is reputed to be a big fan of this procedure. She reportedly utilizes this procedure twice a month. Who can dispute her choice? She can afford it anyway.

UMO 24-Karat Gold Facial 

A beauty clinic in London is offering the UMO 24-karat gold facial at a price of $600. When you decide to undergo this treatment, your skin will be massaged using gamma-PGA, which is an intensely hydrating compound. Thereafter, sheets of pure gold will be gently smoothened on the face. After the massage, the gold sheets will be removed to be discarded.

The procedure is reputed to leave you with a 24 karat complexion which promises to reduce your wrinkles. It can leave your face with firm bright skin and enhance the production of skin cells while getting rid of toxins.

 Triple Lift Luxury Facial 

The Peninsula Spa at The Peninsula, New York, is offering an engaging facial treatment, the triple lift luxury facial, for “just” $650. The procedure aims to boost cellular metabolism by utilizing two manual lift treatments. These are followed by an advanced bio-electrotherapy by using a remodeling face machine. The facial treatment can hydrate, lift and remove years off the face.

 The Grand Luxe Facial 

The Spa Radiance in San Francisco is offering the grand Luxe facial for a price of $650. To start with, the three-hour procedure involves applying a combination of a cleansing diamond on the face to exfoliate and cleanse the skin.  deeply, and the microcurrents can give you all the benefits of a facelift without the need for any surgical procedure.

Thereafter, a rich mask of amino acid-filled caviar is applied to the face to plump the skin. The grand Luxe facial is then capped with LED light therapy. To enhance your experience further, a therapist gently massages your entire body during the duration of the procedure.

 Vampire facial

If the above prices sound expensive to you, what about the cost of the vampire facial—a whooping $1500? (!). The American reality TV star Kim Kardashian has drawn plenty of criticism for introducing this extraordinary procedure. The procedure uses the platelet rich plasma from the body to enhance your beautiful looks. A small quantity of blood is extracted from the arm, after which it is spun in a centrifuge to separate the platelets. Thereafter, the blood is injected into the face to give you a glowing complexion which will also be radiant. 


These treatments are just the tip of the iceberg. The costs can soar as high as $55,200 for a bee venom facial. If this figure is too high for a facial, you can buy a small jar for just $112 and join the likes of Kate Middleton. She is reportedly using a secret facial to maintain the radiance of her skin.

 

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