Who knew that the humble contents of your kitchen drawer could actually be great assets to your beauty regime. Madonna certainly thinks so. In fact, we were recently contacted by The Guardian newspaper to comment on a story they were doing about using instruments which closely resemble forks as part of her facials. Yes, really!
As Jane told the paper, the reason the forking works is because it increases the blood flow to the skin as well as encouraging lymphatic drainage. In other words, she’s having a facial massage.
The article went on to look at other weird sounding homemade treatments that do actually have beauty professional equivalents, with spoons, toothbrushes, cling film and even Pepto-Bismol coming under Jane’s microscope.
Throughout history, odd and sometimes dangerous, beauty treatments have been all the rage, sometimes with fatal results. Just as a bit of fun, here’s a selection of some of the weirder ones. NB Do not try this at home!
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