And Kim Kardashian’s latest treatment has an Australian link.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, 37, had a facial at luxury skincare clinic Melanie Grant in Los Angeles, posting about it to her 134 million followers.
Sydney-based Grant, who recently unveiled her first US location in Los Angeles, is one of the most in-demand skin clinicians in the industry.
Grant is behind the fresh-faced complexions of Lara Worthington, Nicole Trunfio, Christine Centenra, Victoria Lee and the Victoria Beckham.
Posh Spice called Grant’s treatment “the most amazing facial” after she attended her in-demand Double Bay clinic while in Sydney last year.
The Australian — who is also an official skincare expert for Chanel — recently unveiled her new location at 8438 Melrose Place in West Hollywood, near Isabel Marant and Chloe’s flagships stores, where her bespoke facials are said to be priced from $750.
On Grant’s menu of treatments is a “Camera Ready Facial”, which is described as a “pre-event treatment for a flawless, clear, illuminated complexion”, and her studios specialise in custom facials tailored to clients.
It is not known exactly what treatment Kardashian had yesterday but the cosmetics mogul posted about it on Instagram.
Wearing Grant’s signature headband (white toweling with blue letters spelling out “Melanie Grant”), Kardashian documented her facial to her followers, showing her face covered in a white serum and with an applicator being used across her face.
Kardashian also shared her updated skincare routine, which included one of Grant’s signature creams.
“I love to try out new beauty and skincare products, but there are some that I’ll just never give up,” the KKW Beauty owner on her blog last year.
“I’ve gotten into such a good routine because I use products that work together and really see results!”
Kardashian previously opened up to People magazine about her daily skincare routine, which is reportedly worth about $4500.
It includes Dr Barbara Sturm’s Hyaluronic Serum ($300) and Super Anti-ageing Serum ($350), as well as La Mer’s Genaissance de La Mer The Serum Essence ($630) and cult product The Concentrate ($470).
Allure also reported that the reality star also uses Bio-Oil Specialist Skincare ($15) and The Lancer Method’s Contour Décolleté ($185).
Meantime, Grant — who is known for her “clinical beauty” approach to skin — opened her first US studio in West Hollywood in February, which was two years in the making.
“The Los Angeles studio is a project I have wanted to do for years,” Grant has said.
“From a personal point of view, I believe that Australian beauty has so much to offer to an international audience.
“There is a growing global and modern definition of beauty that is inclusive of wellness and a positive lifestyle culture. For me these ideals feel very Australian.
“From a business point of view, this studio has represented a natural evolution and progression for us.
“We have a great client base in Los Angeles and opening a studio made good sense as an organic next step. It’s also a great centre point between Sydney, Melbourne and Paris — the places I spend the vast majority of my time.”