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A new San Francisco massage parlor is offering a pricey beauty treatment that claims to lift more than just your eyebrows: a $350 slap in the face.
Tata Massage, opening Tuesday, advertises the face slapping treatment, which includes rigorous slapping, pinching and smoothing, as a natural alternative to chemical skin firming treatments like Botox.
Bangkok-native Tata, the owner of her eponymous San Francisco salon, claims the method has been passed down for generations, and promises the treatment will make patrons "so beautiful that [their] beauty will charm everyone" on her website.
But though the method's effectiveness might be questionable, Tata certainly did not dream up the idea: the treatment has gained popularity in Thailand. Tata is one of only ten licensed face-slappers in the world, and now the only one in the Western Hemisphere.
In theory, the treatment helps lift and firm up one's complexion without the use of chemicals. And some believe a similar method can firm and enhance breast size, as well.
A $350 slap in the face. Would you do it?