You may lose a whole night’s sleep working on Photoshop to touch up your latest profile picture for Facebook or spend hours upon hours putting on, mixing, and blending your make-up and still not get the same ‘youthful glow’ as Jennifer Aniston or Demi Moore… Well, don’t beat yourself up. The beauty secrets of the stars have gone from the external and cosmetic (make-ups, creams, and digital hocus pocus among others) to methods that work from the inside, like IV vitamin therapy, facial contouring, and stem cell treatment.
The likes of Brad Pitt, Madonna, Katy Perry, and Rihanna have all been associated with vitamin drips. Madonna and Katy Perry were said to take vitamin B12 shots to fend off fatigue and boost their bodies’ metabolism, whereas Brad Pitt and Rihanna have been reported to have regular vitamin cocktail injections to enhance their energies and to make sure they always look their best on and off camera.
Simon Cowell’s age-battling regimen including weekly injections of a vitamin cocktail is also one that’s very well publicized. Ever since his first try of the Myers cocktail, Cowell has become an advocate of injectable vitamins. The cocktail, which contains a high dosage of vitamins B12, B5, B6, Magnesium, and vitamin C, is said to pump up energy levels, improve complexion, and boost the immune system. Vitamin drips, also referred to as party drips, usually contain electrolytes, vitamins, and nutrients that help ease individuals through hangovers, chronic fatigue, and fibromyalgia.
To maintain her youthful radiance, Jennifer Aniston has been said to undergo facial contouring from her personal facialist. The process makes use of micro current to stimulate and tone facial muscles and keep the skin as ruddy as ever.
Aside from contouring and IV drips, juicing is another innovative method used by celebrities to help maintain their good looks. Big names such as Mila Kunis, Demi Moore, and Nicole Ritchie have all been linked to this new craze. Juicing means exactly what its name implies – extracting pure, raw juice from fruits and vegetables to (literally) squeeze out all the goods these foods have to offer. It has been reported that through juicing, the body is able to absorb the antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals from fresh fruits and vegetables better – all of which work together to strengthen immunity, boosts energy, and do wonders for the skin.
Intravenous vitamin drips, facial contouring, and juicing… what these all ultimately add up to is simple: as much as you can, absorb all the good stuff that nature offers you because they’re your best shot at staying young and beautiful.
Rigette is a marketing consultant turned blogger. He regularly writes articles for Regeneveda, the Beverly Hills Institute of Cellular Therapy. Find out more about Regeneveda here.