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Ramen Noodle Bath? Fire Facial? Or Maybe Just a Laser Skin Treatment?

Ramen noodle bowl with chopsticks holding some noodles

Ramen noodle bowl with chopsticks holding some noodlesWe’re all about pampering yourself, but when it comes to some of the oddly trending skin treatments around the world, pump the brakes. Unless, of course, you want to spend a lot of money on weird facials that are bound to leave your skin looking worse than before. Might we suggest jumping on the laser skin treatment bandwagon, instead?

Still not convinced? Here are a couple of exotic treatments you should totally skip, and one you should definitely sign up for.

Skip: Raman Noodle Bath

In Tokyo, you can pay $35 to dunk your body in a tub full of hot water and ramen noodles. Yes, that’s right, every college kid’s go-to meal is now a luxury skin treatment. But why? The claim is that the noodle broth will clean your skin and boost your metabolism. Pretty underwhelming, considering how weird and probably smelly this whole ordeal is.

Skip: Fire Facial

If you didn’t run for the hills when you read “fire facial,” you should be concerned. This spa treatment is literally what it says it is. A cloth doused in alcohol is placed on your skin, and then it’s set on fire. Apparently the flames only last for less than a minute before they’re smothered out, but still, we’re not taking any chances.

Try: Laser Skin Rejuvenation

Laser skin treatments come with the added benefit of not lighting your face on fire. Imagine that.

Look, if you want to get rid of wrinkles, sun damage, acne scars or just about any other skin blemish you can think of, you really don’t have to do anything crazy. Laser skin treatments come with a bunch of benefits that far, far outweigh anything those fire facials or ramen noodle baths could possibly have to offer.

 

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Ramen Noodle Bath? Fire Facial? Or Maybe Just a Laser Skin Treatment?
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