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TV star uses face cream made from the umbilical cord of a calf-Alistair McGeorge-Entertainment – Metro

The reality star underwent the unusual treatment.

TV star uses face cream made from the umbilical cord of a calf-Alistair McGeorge-Entertainment – Metro

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Olivia Attwood has taken her beauty regime to another level with this rather unusual approach.

The former Love Island star has been testing some non-invasive treatments on herself for her new ITV documentary The Price of Perfection as she delves into the multi-billion pound cosmetics industry.

In the programme, she put her money where her mouth is as she underwent facial treatment using ‘wonder cream’ made from the umbilical cord blood of a calf.

She first braved a facial using ‘a radiofrequency microneedling device’ which has ‘golden needles’ put into the skin ‘to create holes’.

Professor of plastic surgery Mr Tunc Tiryaki told the 32-year-old star that ‘little youth messengers’ are then put into the holes to change the cells to a more youthful state.

He then moved onto putting some cream on Olivia’s face, and she quickly asked him to explain what was in the product.

Olivia Attwood used cream made from a calf’s umbilical cord blood (Picture: ITV)

She is delving into the world of cosmetics treatments for her new series (Picture: ITV)

She tried out the procedure (Picture: ITV)

‘It is calf umbilical cord blood,’ he replied, leaving the star looking understandably concerned.

Her friend Georgia Harrison, who she brought along for the treatment, quipped: ‘You’ve had worse on your face.’

Olivia later addressed potential concerns in a disclaimer, explaining: ‘I’m assured no cows were hurt in the manufacturing of this wonder cream.’

With her new series, Olivia meets people going to extreme lengths for the ‘perfect’ body, whether that’s at the operating theatre or beauty salon.

Olivia has urged people not to rush into such treatments (Picture: David Fisher/Shutterstock)

Across the five episodes, she gives viewers an intimate insight into treatments for the face, boobs, bottom, vagina and penis, while warning people not to rush into procedures.

She previously explained: ‘When I had my first boob job and I wanted these big fake boobs and I was definitely influenced by the images I was seeing in the magazines at the time.

‘It wasn’t something that was right for my body and it wasn’t something that I was going to want long-term. ‘I think it’s a really hard thing to do but try and pull back and really think about what’s influenced you to feel this way.’

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