Could an ELECTRIC facial beat fine lines? Woman has £130 'mummy' treatment with a terrifying mask that runs a galvanic current through skin... to beat the signs of ageing
A sci-fi facial using a face mask to rival Hannibal Lector's, an electrical current and a vacuum extractor isn't the most relaxing way to revive complexions.
But this £130 beauty treatment, which involves sinister-looking pleather cones, bandages and wiring, is now available in London after years of success in the US where it's dubbed 'LA's most sought-after facial'.
As Sadie Frost and Millie Mackintosh are reported to have had the clinical facial, I put the 75-minute experience the test.