From real blood to gold and diamond, here are some insanely expensive beauty treatments you would not find in your regular spa.

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1. Vampire Facial

After effects of vampire facial of Kim Kardashian (source: Instagram/Kim Kardashian)

A Vampire Facial also known as PRP (platelet-rich plasma) Facial is a cosmetic procedure that uses the patient’s blood. Plasma from the same blood and a hyaluronic acid filter is injected into the patient’s face. This procedure can make the skin look less wrinkled and more elastic. You will also notice immediate smoothening and improved skin texture and glow. The results of this vampire facial last for a year.

Possible side effects

Bruising and inflammation are the most common side effects but tend to improve within days following the beauty treatments. It is also important to avoid sun exposure, rigorous exercise, and saunas for at least 72 hours following the beauty treatments. Retin-A, Retinols, and Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHA’s) must be avoided 1 week before and after the treatment.


2. 24K Gold

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Nowadays gold is not only suitable for jewelry. The beauty treatments industry has been using it for years now and the results are incredible. Gold has properties that help to heal infections and to reduce acne. This treatment can cost up to $400. Celebrities like Irina Shayk are also fans of the treatment. A 24k gold mask has an amazing effect on the skin.

Possible side effects

An allergic reaction from gold is rare. Some reactions can cause redness, irritation, swelling, flaking, and itching note that allergic reactions can also be caused by other ingredients in the face mask, so always make sure to check the label before use.

3. Cactus massage


A simple 50- minutes massage with Nopal paddies which are extracted from the cactus plant is an incredibly famous treatment in Mexico known as Cactus massage. It is a completely painless procedure that is performed with cactus oil. The cactus needles are removed and mixed with chocolate, vanilla, and honey for a perfect massage. This treatment rehydrates your entire body, removes toxins, relaxes muscles, and brings a natural glow to your face. Many times, this procedure is performed with the cactus meringue and then blended with cactus blossom called Tuna, pulque using tequila or sage oil to provide Hakali massage therapy 

Side effects of Cactus

Cacti when consumed in excess lead to a state of hypoglycemia. The use of this plant must be avoided before and after the surgery. Cactus enables the excretion of excess lipids and fats in the body which causes hepatic steatosis, which is associated with side effects like abdominal pain, fatigue, and excessive weight loss.

4. Evian bath

Serena Williams “could feel the difference from the moment I stepped in the water felt so pure”

Evian bath is the most expensive in the world, costing $6,000. This bath uses one thousand liters of Evian spring water and according to the advertisement, it helps to revitalize the skin and enables your body to relax. This water is rich in nitrates, boosting blood flow. It also balances the water in the body as well as the sensory nervous system as it contains a superior level of sodium chloride.

You can enjoy this luxury bath at home by just ordering Evian water from the following link: Evian Water 12 x 1000 ml, Natural Mineral, 12000 milliliter: Grocery & Gourmet Foods

5. Ruby and Diamond peel

The diamond and ruby procedures exfoliate the top layer of the skin to reveal healthy, radiant skin. It also stimulates blood circulation which gives you a pinkish glow. It lasts from 30 to 40 minutes with no downtime. This procedure can be done on the breasts, abdomens, and buttocks to help reduce stretch marks. After the treatment, the client can expect a paraffin silk fiber facial to finish the treatment.

 Possible side effects

Stinging sensation and redness for people with sensitive skin. The application of ice can reduce redness and itching.

Read more-Benefits of Diamond Facial Treatment – Results & Skin-care Tips | The Bombay Skin Clinic


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