Madonna 'spends GBP 562,600 every year' to look young!

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Madonna 'dépense 562 600 GBP chaque année' pour paraître jeune!

London, July 07 : Queen of Pop Madonna apparently spends a whopping 562,600 pounds every year to look young.
The singer keeps away wrinkles, grey hairs and wobbly bits with an anti-ageing regime.
The 51-year-old entertainer slathers her whole body in cream that costs 500 pounds per pack.
She prefers nothing but the purest Kabbalah water that doesn't come cheap.
Madonna bought a 40,000-pound anti-cellulite machine to keep her dimples away.
An avid fan of the 'Gyrotonic Expansion System', that is a rack-like contraption which stretches and strengthens the muscles-with the aim of making them longer and leaner, Madonna shells out 414 pounds for a course of three sessions which adds up to GBP 20,000 a year, reports The Mirror.
Madonna also uses a number of anti-ageing creams and serums for her face and body.
She regularly sleeps covered in a 500-pound-a-pot cream and wrapped in a plastic body suit to keep her skin youthful and moisturised.
A couple of night's of this beauty sleep a week adds up to 52,000 pounds a year.
Madonna personal nutritionist and chef travel with her here everywhere to prepare macrobiotic meals. The wages sum up to 45,000 pounds a year each while a bottle of Kabbalah water costs 6 pounds.

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Madonna's £562,600 regime to look young
By Rachel Corcoran 6/07/2010

She’s always said she was a Material Girl – but Madonna’s quest for everlasting youth is costing her more than half a million every year.
As the Queen of Pop approaches her 52nd birthday, she is desperate to keep the wrinkles, grey hairs and wobbly bits at bay with an anti-ageing regime that looks designed to bust anyone’s bank-balance.
Mum-of-four Madge doesn’t just dab the odd bit of eye gel around her peepers at night – she slathers her whole body in cream, at £500 a pop.
And you won’t catch her glugging a glass of tap water either – only the purest Kabbalah water can pass her lips, and that certainly doesn’t come cheap.
No part of her body is untouched. It’s even been reported that Madonna has started having jabs in her scrawny hands to make them look younger.
Here we reveal the staggering time and expense it takes to keep her looking so impossibly fresh-faced.
Madonna has shelled out £40,000 on an anti-cellulite machine to keep the dreaded dimples at bay.
She is also a fan of the ‘Gyrotonic Expansion System’, a rack-like contraption which stretches and strengthens the muscles-with the aim of making them longer and leaner, introduced to her by former Pilates instructor, James D’Silva. At £414 for a course of three sessions, it adds up to £20,000 a year.
Total: £60,000

Body shading contours the body with darker patches of fake tan to give the illusion of a six-pack, a stronger jawline, leaner limbs, better bum tone or even a larger cleavage using special stencils. Madonna is a big fan – especially when she’s performing.
At £50 a session, she spends £2,600 a year.

Madonna also uses numerous anti-ageing creams and serums for both her face and body. She is reported to be a fan of Creme De la Mer Regenerating serum which is £210 for 30ml. Her total bill is believed to add up to £8,000.
Total: £10,600

Madonna regularly sleeps covered in a £500-a-pot cream and wrapped in a plastic body suit to keep her skin youthful and moisturised. A couple of night’s of this beauty sleep a week adds up to £52,000 a year.
Total: £52,000 a year

One of the quickest ways of ageing your skin is spending time in the sun, which Madonna avoids at all costs. To prevent any kind of sun damage, she wears high-factor sun cream when she goes out to protect the skin on both her face and the rest of her body.
Sun cream: £1,500 a year

Hands age faster than the face due to the skin on the back being thinner. To prevent this, Madonna is now having a treatment of injectable cosmetic fillers on her hands to increase tissue volume lost over the years.
Total: £3,500

Madonna works closely with a nutritionist and chef, who travel the world with her to prepare macrobiotic meals. She follows a strict, mainly vegan, diet based on organic vegetables, pulses, porridge, nuts, soy products and white fish, which is all strictly monitored them both. A personal chef and nutritionist would expect wages of around £45,000 a year each.
Total: £90,000

Being a strict Kabbalah follower, Madonna only drinks Kabbalah water. It costs £6 a bottle and the superstar is reported to spend around £10,000 a month on the stuff for herself, her family and entourage.
Total: £120,000 a year

GRAND TOTAL: £511,700

Source: Mirror.

Madonna 'spends GBP 562,600 every year' to look young!

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