Reese Witherspoon's anti-ageing snack
Reese Witherspoon has reportedly become a huge fan of BORBA's DeLuscious Vitamin Enhanced Cookies, which claim to combat signs of ageing.
Reese Witherspoon has started eating anti-ageing cookies.
The 'Legally Blonde' star is reportedly a huge fan of beauty giant BORBA's DeLuscious Vitamin Enhanced Cookies which contain acai, an ingredient which claims to combat fine lines and wrinkles.
The tasty treats come in different flavours including Oatmeal Raisin and Chocolate Toffee White Chocolate, and boast more than nine minerals and vitamins.
Courteney Cox and Renee Zellweger are also believed to be fans of the cookies, according to In Touch Weekly magazine.
Reese, Courteney and Renee are the latest in a long line of stars to maintain their good looks in an unusual way.
Demi Moore has previously admitted to covering herself in blood-sucking leeches to cleanse her body.
The 46-year-old actress is a huge fan of the detox treatment and insists it the secret to her skin looking so fresh and young.
In 2007, Blondie singer Debbie Harry revealed she was having black sheep embryo injections to stay looking young.
The 63-year-old icon discovered a Swiss clinic which specialised in 'fresh cell replacement' and decided to undergo the procedure.
She said: "I thought, 'Wow, this is so logical - you have fresh cells'. I was the youngest person that had ever had it done. They made the injections from the embryos of black sheep, and they would take from different organs in different embryos - from the liver, the glands and from the bone - in order to make up the injections. There were 11 injections in all."