Cate Blanchett and Sandra Bullock went to extreme lengths for beauty

When it comes to beauty treatments, there's no denying that A-listers are willing to try anything. In a new interview with Vogue AustraliaCate Blanchett revealed that she and Sandra Bullock became huge fans of a rather bizarre facial while filming their upcoming movie Ocean's 8. "Sandy [Sandra] Bullock and I saw this facialist in New York, Georgia Louise," the Hollywood star explained. "It's something — I don't know what it is... there's some enzyme in it."


 target=VIEW GALLERY Cate Blanchett opened up about her bizarre facial Photo: Getty Images

Beautician Georgia Louise later explained to the Daily Mail Online that the unusual treatment itself contains stem cells cultivated from the foreskins of Korean baby boys. This stem cell is then rejuvenated and infused into the skin using a special microneedling technique.


Cate and Sandra are not the only ones who use interesting methods to achieve flawless skin. Gwyneth Paltrow previously revealed that has had bee stings to improve her radiant complexion, telling The New York Times: "I've been stung by bees. It's a thousands of years old treatment called apitherapy. People use it to get rid of inflammation and scarring. It’s actually pretty incredible if you research it. But, man, it’s painful."

><img alt=VIEW GALLERY Sandra Bullock also got the same bizarre facial done in New York Photo: Getty Images

Cindy Crawford has previously revealed that she likes to spray milk on her face to keep her hydrated while Catherine Zeta-Jones enjoys rubbing strawberries on her teeth to clean and whiten them. She explained: "The juice or pulp of strawberries contains malic acid which serves as an astringent and can lighten surface stains."

Meanwhile Scarlett Johansson has also admitted that she cleans her face with cider vinegar. The star said: "I researched natural skincare and found that apple cider vinegar is really effective. Using it as a toner can be harsh, but if you have breakouts it can be really healing."

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