The things celebs do for body perfection


We all know that celebs pay lots of money, go through (sometimes) painful treatments and spend hours exercising to have a perfect body. For us mere mortals, being ageless, stretchmark-free with a body sculpted like a coke bottle is unrealistic. So don't let them sway you towards reaching for an unrealistic goal... love who you are.

Here's what some celebs do:

Tiny weeny waistline


Many celebs torture themselves with waist training to achieve that hourglass figure. From Amber Rose to Sbahle Mpisane, these celebs are big fans of this method.

The flat tummy tea


It seems to be the new craze to flatten your tummy and get flat abs. We’ve seen the likes of Khloe Kardashian and Pearl Modiadie post pictures of the tea on Instagram

Face treatments

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A vampire facial is a new way of getting your face rejuvenated and younger. It entails drawing blood from the patient's arm and placing it in a centrifuge to separate platelets from red blood cells. After the centrifuge, plasma is combined with hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers such as Restylane or Juvederm. The cocktail is injected into various areas of the patients face to stimulate the growth of collagen. Kim Kardashian has done it.

Big butt

Nicki Minaj

Some are born with it and some have gone under the knife to achieve unreal curves like Nicki Minaj. So you could squat and get the derrière or just pay money and get implants.

Skin lightening


It is still a huge phenomenon for black woman to want to be lighter. We have seen Mshoza and Khanyi Mbau get lighter. They are no longer using banned hydroquinone products, but now have the help of dermatologists who inject them with a cocktail of things unknown to reduce melanin in the skin.

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