Cara Delevingne turned every head when she stepped onto the Oscars red carpet in Elie Saab. But it wasn't just the voluminous gown that caught eyes. Her hair was slicked back showcasing a radiant, glowing face. Her secret weapon? Joanna Czech.
The aesthetician - who's originally from Poland and living between New York and Dallas - was in town offering personalized $1,250 Ultimate Facial at L'Ermitage Beverly Hills.
"Days ahead of the Oscars, my treatments consist of soothing, hydrating, and evening their skin tone," Czech said. "I use modalities like LYMA laser, facial massage, microcurrents, and cryotherapy. The LYMA laser is a cold laser that regenerates and repairs cells over a period of time, but you can also see immediate results on mild inflammation."
Lily Aldridge, explained, she arrived with a flare-up on her cheek.
"The raised bumps went down and flattened out instantly, which created a great surface for makeup application," Czech continued, of using the $2,695 at-home device. She used two at once on her clients, which also included Sabrina Carpenter, Maya Rudolph, and Adwoa Aboah during Oscar weekend.
Czech utilized cryotherapy by Zimmer MedizinSystems to reduce redness, puffiness, the appearance of pores and create a sculpted effect. To hydrate, she applied her own soothing serum and C+ serum.
"These customized treatments combined with technologies create a bright, even, sculpted and glowing face," Czech added.