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With Mila Kunis up for her first Best Supporting Actress nod at the Golden Globes this Sunday, all that excitement could get to a girla��s skin! No feara��Kunisa��s esthetician, Scott-Vincent Borba (inset) has it under control. One of the ways he’s preparing Kunis is by testing his new, not-yet-available $7,000 facial named the HD Diamond and Ruby Peel on the Black Swan star. a�?I always do [this on] her skin, neck, dA�colletA�, arms, and the back of her handsa��anything that will be possibly showing with her dress,a�? Borba told InStyle. Continue reading
[tiImage width=”300″ height=”400″ url=”http://img2.timeinc.net/instyle/images/2010/wrn/122810-Katherine-Heigl-300.jpg” credit=”Jim Spellman/Getty Images” align=”left” border=”1″ alt=””]Celebrity dermatologist Jessica Wu swears by certain skin-friendly foods, and if her gorgeous client lista��including Katherine Heigl and Maria Belloa��is any indication, shea��s really on to something. For the porcelain-skinned Heigl,A�a big Italian food fan, Wu suggested opting for whole-wheat pasta with tomato-based sauceA�containing skin-boosting green and yellow veggies instead of regular pasta with cream sauce. a�?Studies have shown that people who eat more green and yellow veggies have fewer wrinkles on their faces, especially crows’ feet,a�? Wu says. Good to know! For more of Wua��s skin-care advice, check out her book Feed Your Face, in stores February 1st.
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