Kim Kardashian did what?! According to ‘Page Six,’ the reality TV star’s glowing skin at the Met Gala required the help of a nurse and a vitamin IV drip. Click ahead for all of the details on Kim’s extreme beauty treatment.
In order to get that “robot glam” skin Kim Kardashian, 35, was sporting at the 2016 Met Gala in NYC, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star relied on a bizarre treatment fitting the gala’s Manus x Machina theme and all of the futuristic gowns it brought with it. Page Six reported that ahead of fashion’s biggest event, Kim gave her skin a boost with an IV treatment that’s definitely not for those of us who are squeamish.
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According to Page Six, Kim brought in the I.V. Doc, one of several beauty IV companies that bring the trending treatment right to your door. Said to help speed up the recovery process of everything from a hangover, flu, jet lag, food poisoning and general exhaustion, the IV bags contain vitamin solutions that are injected directly into your veins for faster absorption.
Administered by a health professional, each treatment takes 30 minutes, but can be made up of different vitamin solutions. Kim reportedly received the Beautify treatment, which costs $399 and contains electrolytes, six types of vitamin B, anti-inflammatory medication and a multi-vitamin cocktail said to improve the health of your hair and skin for a more radiant appearance.
While the vitamin IV is certainly a newer treatment, Kim isn’t the only celebrity who’s tried it out. Bella Thorne relied on the treatment from the Beverly Hills Concierge Doctor post-Coachella, and celebrities like Rihanna and supermodel Cindy Crawford have reportedly used similar vitamin treatments.
Of course, if all of this sounds a bit extreme, you can still get your vitamin fix without the IV (or the price tag). Aside from filling your diet with healthy, vitamin-rich foods or taking vitamin supplements, you can also try drinking your way to better skin with beauty water. Options like All Beauty Water and WTRMLN WTR are full of good-for-skin vitamins and antioxidants, and you don’t need to call in a nurse!
What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Would you ever try a vitamin IV or will you stick to getting your vitamins the old-fashioned way?