Emily Ratajkowski is "terrified" of having facials.
The 'Gone Girl' star confessed she's not a fan of the beauty treatment that can include a peel or exfoliation of the skin but instead loves going to a Korean spa in Los Angeles, where the women can relax and lie around naked, and staff treat her "like a piece of meat".
She said: "I'm pretty terrified of facials. I've had enough bad ones, and honestly, I don't break out. My big treat is that once a month I go to a Korean spa. The one I go to, called Natura, is not as popular as the ones most of Hollywood goes to. I usually go about 40 minutes before my appointment, and you can get into all these different pools. Then you get a body scrub, and you're lying there naked with 20 other women. They just treat you like a piece of meat, but it's worth it. Then you shower, and I like the acupressure massage. Those ladies are strong! They even put grated cucumber on your face."
Though the 24-year-old beauty admitted that part of the attraction is they don't fuss over her celebrity status.
She told the New York Times newspaper: "I do have to warn: It's not your traditional spa. There is no one greeting you and asking how your day is. But that's what I love about it. I let my mind shut off and have someone take care of what needs to be done. Afterward, my skin is so soft, and I always sleep so well that night."