Hong Kong Artists Risk Life for Stem Cell Injections?
Shanghai-based beauty center Zeta has recently been offering many stem cell beauty treatments to its customers. It has been said that injections of purified stem cells from the patient’s blood will increase the body’s ability to produce new cells that can combat wrinkles.
Among the center’s regularly visited guests are Hong Kong celebrities.
The Hong Kong branch of Zeta recently opened up a store in Sino Plaza, Causeway Bay. An ex-employee at Zeta revealed that the beauty center’s boss, the Hong Kong-born Cally Szeto (司徒婉雯), is friends with many Hong Kong celebrities, and often sponsor them with beauty treatments. Last year, the company has hired Yoyo Mung (蒙嘉慧) and Carman Lee (李若彤) as their spokespersons.
Cally has revealed through her Weibo that she is good friends with Joe Ma (馬德鐘), Candy Law (羅霖), Anne Heung (向海嵐), and Eddie Kwan (關禮傑), and these artists also appeared to have receive similar stem cell treatments.
Facial Treatment Gone Wrong?
Sudden Weekly noted that several Hong Kong artists have been looking younger and younger, and although that may be true, their facial treatments have become facial disasters.
Vivien Yeo (楊秀惠)’s right face is now bigger than her left.
Icy Wong’s (黃婉曼) face are beginning to look like hand-shaved noodles.
Fanny Sit (薛芷倫) now has huge, swollen lips like sausages.
William Hu (胡渭康) and his good friend Lam Lei (林利) admitted that they have received beauty injections on their faces.
This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com.
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