How Does Madonna Look So Young? 6 Anti-Aging Machines
And Each Machine Costs $14,000
How does Madonna keep her face and body looking so young, much younger than her 53 years on this planet suggests her skin should look? It's no big secret, turns out: it's courtesy of six fancy anti-aging machines.
And each of those machines costs $14,000 (we did the math so you don't have to: that's $84,000 worth of anti-aging gadgets).
According to the U.K. Daily Mail (via The Gloss.com), Madonna's machine(s) is made by Intraceuticals and helps "soften the signs of premature aging, as it hydrates, lifts and tightens the skin." The pop star has even been photographed recently with members of her security team carrying the machine for her.
The machine, seen above, looks kinda creepy to us, but it's reportedly non-invasive, and is described as providing a relaxing experience for the user. If that's the case, and Madonna's using six of them, how is she not downright comatose with her younger-skin-getting procedures?
One more note we'd like to make about Madonna's youthful-looking skin: don't feel too bad if you can't afford her expensive gadgetry (which she probably got for free anyway … the irony that celebrities, the very people who can most afford expensive goodies, are the ones who get them for free is not lost on us).
While her face and costumed body may look years younger, take a look at Madonna's hands. The hands are the one area gadgets and procedures can't hide, and Madonna's mitts look like they're reaching straight up from a graveyard. For reals, those are Crypt Keeper hands, people.