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All the Horrifying Ways Celebs Maintain Their Necks, Chests

Photo: Getty
Photo: Getty

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Celebrities have access to exotic plastic surgery options that most of us have never heard of to maintain body parts that normals don't even think about maintaining. The Hollywood Reporter catalogs all the various methods that stars can employ to make sure their decolletage looks ageless and strapless dress-ready by awards season. Here are a few of them, ranked in order of grossness:

Least gross: massage coconut oil into your chest. In addition to that, cut out smoking, alcohol, and sun exposure; ditch the salt and add protein to your diet; try Pilates to tighten the muscles under the skin; and/or go for exfoliation or a chemical peel.

Grosser: inject Botox into your ropy neck. It's gotta be done every two to three months to relax deep cords in the neck. That will set you back $800 to $1200, depending on neck rope severity. Another option is lipo-ing out fat from your thighs or stomach, then injecting the stem cells of your own body fat into your neck and chest wrinkles to plump up the skin. That costs $8,000 up to $14,000.

Grossest: the neck lift. Plastic surgeon Leif Rogers describe it as, "a little incision under the chin, cut the muscle a little, tie it together, and you have a new neck by platysmaplasty." Your new neck via neck lift could run you anywhere between $6,000 to $8,000.
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