7 Completely Bizarre Spa Treatments
Care For A Placenta Facial?
When most people want to relax, they sit on the couch and treat themselves to an extra candy bar. But not these people. These people will pay $1000 for someone to cover their face in baby placentas.
And you thought that pedicure from the Vietnamese fast food restaurant around the corner was expensive. Here are 7 of the priciest (and bizarre) spa treatments from around the world.
Gold Facial - Cover your face in 24-carat liquid gold with this bling-bling spa treatment from UMO America. Price tag: $400 and up
Caviar Shampoo - Catherine Zeta Jones reportedly enjoys this fishy indulgence, which consists of Beluga caviar shipped in from Iran. Price tag: $400
Bull Sperm Treatment - Dubbed "Viagra for your hair," the Aberdeen Organic Bull Semen Treatment from Hari's Salon in London promises to put extra lift in your depressed dreads. Price tag: $150
Placenta Facial - Feeling a tad saggy around the laugh lines? Try a placenta. Because there's nothing a little uterine lining can't fix. Price tag: $500
Evian Bath - First tried out by tennis star Serena Williams, this bourgeois bath at the Hotel Victor in Miami Beach consists of 1,000 liters of pure Evian water. Price tag: $5,000
The Grand Luxe - For the premium facial shopper only, this treatment from Spa Radiance in San Francisco consists of a diamond peel facial, LED light therapy, massages and a caviar mask. Price tag: $750
Bird Poo Facial - Harvested only from the finest Nightingale droppings on the Japanese island of Kyushu, this feces facial from NYC's Shizuka Spa reportedly leaves skin radiant and exfoliated. Price tag: $200, or just stand under the nearest telephone pole and get it for free.