10 Most Expensive Celebrity Beauty Treatments

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Nick Warner from Windsor, England (Wikimedia Commons)
Kate Middleton at the Garter Procession, 2008
They say beauty is only skin deep, but apparently even shallow good looks can cost a fortune if you're a Hollywood hotshot. We all know that movie stars and the like are prone to spending ridiculous amounts of money on things, but in case you forgot that it takes a village (of rich, talented people) to keep them looking the way they do, here's a list of their priciest beauty secrets to serve as a reminder.

Kate Middleton: Bee Venom Facials
$255 a treatment (though bee venom can cost as much as $55,200 per ounce)

We're just going to assume that the price of bee venom directly correlates to how much of a pain in the ass it must be to collect. Regardless, dropping a couple hundred on a facial is pretty extreme. In Princess Kate's defense, there are a whole lot of people interested in her looks. though, and rumor has it she was introduced to the treatment by her stepmother-in-law, the Duchess of Cornwall. So maybe we'll give her break.

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Remy Steinegger (Wikimedia Commons)
Angelina Jolie, Goodwill Ambassador, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Geneva, captured during a Press Conference at the Annual Meeting 2005 of the World Economic Forum

Angelina Joile: Caviar Skin Creme
$300 a treatment

Apparently in 2007, Jolie decided that because eating caviar wasn't opulent enough, she would also start rubbing the expensive little eggs into her face. Of course that's around the same time she started dating Brad Pitt, so maybe she was just feeling insecure about being compared to the ageless Jennifer Aniston -- and who can blame her for that? This caviar face cream is made specifically from eggs of the Baerii sturgeon, which have high protien and oil content that's supposed to be good for the skin.

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Mmm, that caviar skin creme sounds luxurious. At $300 a treatment, it is not something that is out of my reach. I certainly couldn't afford to use it on a regular basis, but I can swing a couple of treatments a year. I love eating caviar, so why not rub my face in it?


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