The secret to clear, glowy skin? It’s inside you. Actually.
On Thursday, Page Six reported that “Ocean’s 8” stars Cate Blanchett and her pal Sandra Bullock had tried the “penis facial” with luxe NYC aesthetician Georgia Louise.
The Hollywood EGF Facial — a $650 treatment — involves a cleanse, chemical peel, microneedling, an “electrifying” face mask and a so-called “Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF)” — a serum that happens to be derived from the foreskin of Korean newborns. The substance supposedly helps generate collagen and elastin in the skin.
It’s just one of many borderline cannibalistic — and inevitably expensive — beauty products wooing the rich and vain these days.
Massaging your face in blood might sound downright medieval, but that’s the thought behind the “vampire facial,” a beloved treatment of A-list lookers including Cher, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Kim Kardashian. For $950 — plus a flight to Germany — Dr. Barbara Sturm will take samples of your blood and formulate them into a cream that’s said to heal skin and boost collagen.