Celebrities including Naomi Watts and Rachel Weisz reportedly paid up to $1,200 ahead of the Academy Awards for a Triad treatment from dermatologist Dr. David Colbert.
Some of Hollywood's finest leading ladies visited top dermatologist Dr. David Colbert in the run-up to the awards show on Sunday night (02.03.14), where they treated themselves to the costly Triad treatment, E! News is reporting.
Glowing skin is the perfect accessory for a winning look, and the stars - who also included Michelle Williams, Robin Wright and Heidi Klum - attended the skincare specialist's temporary pre-Oscar beauty clinic in Beverly Hills to make sure they were red carpet ready with a 20-minute version of his signature Triad facial.
The pricey treatment, which costs between $800 to $1,200 depending on the strength of chemical peel used, combines microdermabrasion to gently exfoliate, laser toning to help boost collagen and lavender flower acid to make skin radiant.
Colbert commented: ''We offer a mini version of the Triad that's tailor made for Hollywood's Oscar red carpet.''
Dramatic make-up was also having a moment at the glittering ceremony held in Los Angeles' Dolby Digtal Theatre, with the likes of Margot Robbie sporting deep berry lips, and Olivia Wilde accentuating her feline features with winged eyeliner.
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