Spa Week: Milk Masks & Bovine Stem Cells

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    NBCLA.com's editorial director Jenna Briand gets a "Colostrum Mask & Mini-Facial."

    Mud masks and face creams are so '90s.

    Beverly Hills spas are utilizing milk -- squeezed just moments after a cow gives birth -- to create a mask that they say takes years off your face.

    Spa Week: Milk Masks and Bovine Stem Cells

    [LA] Spa Week: Milk Masks and Bovine Stem Cells
    The Spa at Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery Inc. stop by NewsRaw to show our a feature technique being offered during Spa Week.

    "This is right after birth, so it has the most nutrients, and you get the best results possible," said Pearl Stringer with The Spa at Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery Inc. "What you'll notice is that the skin is tighter and looks younger."

    The spa treatment is topped off with bovine stem cells applied directly to the face.

    Normally, the procedure costs between $100 and $250.

    "Just for Spa Week, we are offering it for $50 a piece," said Christine Chiu, owner of The SPA @ BHPS, Inc.

    The cheaper prices, in honor of Spa Week, are meant to entice hesitant consumers who wouldn't normally spring for the treatments.

    It's working -- The Spa is booked up through Spa Week. It plans to extend the promotions for the next two weeks, Chiu said.