Madonna uses $600 mask on her butt to keep the skin soft
At 59, Madonna has the skin of a three-year-old vampire. “I never went to the beach, I never smoked a cigarette, I was never interested in the normal juvenile delinquency paths, and I’m happy about that because my skin ended up looking good,” she said.
Her line of six products, ranging from $50 for a face wash to $600 for a chrome clay mask and removal device set, are designed in collaboration with her dermatologist, Dr. Paul Jarrod Frank. Active ingredients include thermal mineral water, olive oil and clay from the Montecatini village in Italy, and are meant to help customers get Madonna’s taut, wrinkle-free visage.