It takes a lot of work to make a 50 year old face look 30!
ABC News convened a panel of cosmetology experts to get to the bottom of how Madonna looked so fresh and zesty at Sunday's Oscar parties.
Based on Madge's red, raw appearance two days before Oscar night (above left), a doctor from the University of Pittsburgh's Cosmetic Surgery and Skin Health Center is convinced that she had a diamond or sapphire abrasion facial.
Apparently, with sapphire (or diamond) abrasion, a tool coated with the jewel's crystals aggressively rubs the skin, removing remnants of dead cells.
The Pitt doctor said, "Usually patients will leave the office looking red and shiny because a layer of skin has been removed. It doesn't look like anything more aggressive — she wouldn't have been healed and able to put on makeup by the next day."
A doctor from Mt. Sinai reckons that she's had a new laser treatment called fractional resurfacing: "It tightens the skin, takes away wrinkles, and tightens pores. Her skin looks great — no sunspots, it's supple, not tight, so it doesn't have that pulled look, which is indicative of a facial treatment as opposed to surgery."
But, both the Pitt and Mt. Sinai doctor agree that Madge's bright eyes and arched eyebrows are all compliments of… Botox!
"She's had Botox, which gives her that nice, flared eyebrow," said the expert from Mt. Sinai.
All that work sounds exhausting - and kinda painful. But, hey, it's worth it!
Se eu pudesse, aos 50, fazia exactamente a mesma coisa.