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was spotted leaving her hotel yesterday trucking along a machine that resembled either a vacuum or a ventilator. Turns out the robotic box was actually an Intraceuticals
anti-aging machine. Haven't heard of it? Neither had we. (courtesy of Bauer Griffin)
Intraceuticals is an Australian-based anti-aging technology company founded in 2010. They have four different oxygen therapy facial treatments that pair with groups of products.
The facial process uses "Hyaluronic Layering," where natural acids are mixed with oxygen to make a serum that's applied to your face via something similar to an airbrush spray.
Sound interesting? We thought so too—and then we found a slew of celebrity testimonials on the Intraceutical website. Yes, that's right—actual celebrity endorsements.
"Thank you Intraceuticals. When constantly traveling I get dehydrated and Intraceuticals is an absolute necessity to replenish my skin," Naomi Campbell
The process isn't exclusive to supermodels! Pop star and actor Justin Timberlake
wrote, “It makes my skin look dope.
One of the major proponents of the brand, Miranda Kerr
, spoke about it in British Vogue
"Intraceuticals facials leave my skin glowing and radiant! Thank you," she said.
We always knew that supermodels had a secret weapon!
Fear not friends, this isn't some unattainable treatment only celebrities can access and afford. There are Intraceutical clinics all over the world and a handful of their firming, brightening, and anti-aging products can be purchased online
, most of which are priced under $150.
What do you think? Do you believe this process actually works? Do you think Madonna's treatment is working for her? Let us know in the comments below, and feel free to tweet us @Stylebistro