Celebrity-Inspired Skin Treatments

Ever wonder how celebrities always seem to have such flawless skin on the red carpet? The Doctors reveal insider tips from one of Hollywood’s top facialists.

Skin specialist Christie Kidd shares the treatments reportedly used by celebrities like Kylie Jenner and Diane Keaton to get a gorgeous and glowing look.

In order to relax your face muscles, Christie recommends Botox, if you are 1 to 2 weeks away from your event.

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When it comes to laugh lines or plumping up your lips, she recommends fillers to be red carpet ready.

Stars are just like the rest of us, which means they also occasionally wake up to a nasty underground zit. Christine recommends a quick Cortisone shot to zap the blemish.

For a last minute glow, she uses Laser Genesis, which is a non-invasive option for wrinkles, excessive redness and can help with pores, uneven skin texture, and scars. Christine says this treatment can be used the morning of a big event and you’ll look great by the evening.

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If you have 1 to 2 months to plan, she recommends a Photofacial, which is a light-based technology used to treat brown spots, redness and large pores. This requires multiple treatments, so planning ahead is key!

Christie’s favorite treatment is Ulthera, which can stimulate new collagen growth to help tighten up loose skin. It is the only FDA-approved non-surgical lift available.

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You might be not walking a red carpet in your daily life, but it doesn’t mean you can’t look like you should be! Talk with your skin specialist if any of these treatments might work for you.

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