4 Beauty Treatments These Celebrities Swear By

Megan Segura
4 Beauty Treatments These Celebrities Swear By
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We know how Kate Hudson got her 60s inspired eye makeup for the Golden Globes, but now we know how she prepped her skin, too. Turns out the actress prepped her skin with Goldfaden MD Doctors Scrub ($75, goldfadenmd.com). The exfoliator contains ruby crystals that provide immediate cell renewal by polishing away dead surface cells and long-lasting hydration with hyaluronic acid. Get The Look: Kate Hudsons Simple, Yet Gorgeous, Makeup

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Jessica Chastain was able to achieve her radiance at the Globes with Olehenriksen's Advanced Hydra-Dermabrasion Treatment. The customizable treatment starts with an in-depth skin analysis, followed by exfoliation and pore refinement using a diamond tip. As skin is exfoliated, it is infused with antioxidant serums that deeply penetrate into skin for a deep cleansing. This particular treatment can set you back $175 for 50 minutes. The Golden Globes Best (And Worst!) Beauty Looks

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Demi may have not had an awards show to get ready for, but that didn't stop her from pampering her skin. The star was spotted in Mexico, recently, covered in mud sitting on the beach. While she may have looked ridiculous doing it, the mud therapy is said to relax muscles and rejuvenate skin. Celebrities' Weirdest Beauty Secrets

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Before heading to the Golden Globes, Rachel Weisz helped herself to two treatments at the Joanna Vargas spa: a 60-minute facial that uses electric current to drain puffiness and a series of light therapy treatments to remove wrinkles and age spots. No wonder she looks so good! The Secret Behind Rachel Weiszs Golden Globes Glow

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