|robyne00 ||03-22-2010 02:46 PM |
Paltrow Uses Snake Venom?!?
As per TREND HUNTER - #1 in Trends - Fashion Trends, Technology, Style, Design, Pop Culture and Marketing "As I reported the other day in “Bye Bye Botox” aging celebrities are being forced to look beyond the perma freeze in order to get cast for a role. Now it seems stars are definitely going “Beyond Botox” for their anti-aging solutions. In fact 34 year-old Oscar winner Gwyneth Paltrow undergoes a beauty regimen that includes a cream…made from snake venom. It seems the actress was recently spotted at the Sonya Dakkar Spa in Beverly Hills and according to Page Six of the NY Post “Paltrow, a frequent customer, walked out with a line of Ultra Lux 9 products - including a cream that contains the spit of a snake. “It’s not Botox,” said one insider. “Just a cream that has the venom in it . . . [the cream] is part of the facials.”
But Paltrow isn’t the first celeb to experiment with interesting age defying techniques; 62 year-old Debbie Harry recently told Female First, “she has been injecting herself with sheep embryos since she was 35. The Blondie singer said: “I thought, ‘Wow, this is so logical - you have fresh cells’. I was the youngest person that had ever done it”".
|la_angel ||03-23-2010 11:14 PM |
The snake venom skin care to me sounds like just marketing rather than science :rolleyes: They would never be allowed to sell it if there was a high concentration in that bottle.
But sheep embryos? Doesn't she know that sheep stem cells are not the same as human stem cells?
|robyne00 ||03-24-2010 04:31 PM |
George Hamilton has been getting sheep embryo injections for many years. Gross.
|la_angel ||03-26-2010 09:38 PM |
Not only is it gross, but I don't understand how sheep cells could possibly be effective on humans :confused:
|robyne00 ||03-27-2010 08:20 PM |
Somehow it temporarily plumps the tissue.
|la_angel ||03-31-2010 01:31 PM |
Well I suppose almost anything they inject will temporarily plump the skin. So I don't know why these celebs are flocking to sheep stem cell injections :confused: They must have the wrong impression that some how the stem cells are doing something when they really aren't.
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