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30 Super Bizarre Beauty Rituals Throughout History You Gotta Read!

Lauren Salapatek | October 24, 2014 | 8:24 AM
Unusual feet treatment in Night Market, Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand. (photo credit: Getty Images)
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Throughout the ages, women and men have done some really bizarre and ultimately disturbing beauty rituals to achieve good looks – and even today people are going as far as using flesh eating fish to eliminate dead skin or fire treatments in China – where you put alcohol and an herb soaked towel on your back and set it on fire for clear skin.

If you think those two are outlandish – you have to read the rest of these “Beauty Tips from History” from Visual.ly. They will literally shock you. Comment your thoughts on MODERN's Facebook

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