Kim Kardashian West spent $20k on Met Gala treatments

KIM Kardashian West reportedly spent $20,000 US on body beauty treatments ahead of the Met Gala.

The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star - who has 22-month-old daughter North with husband Kanye West - was determined to look her very best for the prestigious New York event last week and made daily visits to her dermatologist in Beverley Hills in the days leading up the bash - famous for the red carpet fashion it attracts.

A source said: "Kim was determined to steal the show with her body. She splashed out almost £13,000 on cellulite-busting treatments, bottom-boosting injections and facials.

"She usually visits her dermatologist Dr. Harold Lancer every couple of weeks, but in the run-up to the Met Gala she was going daily. She had a £600 enzyme facial, a £500 chemical peel, intensive collagen facials setting her back £1,000 and she spent over £1,300 on fillers and injectables.  

"That was all in addition to the last-minute bum-boosting injections performed by her plastic surgeon at £380 a go, cellulite-busting infra-red treatments and a £3,235 course of body contouring treatments to firm up her bottom. It added up to a whopping £13k!"

Kim donned a sheer beaded white Roberto Cavalli gown for the event but even had that customised to turn more heads.

The insider explained: "Kim was intent on outshining everyone at the Met Ball. 

"She even instructed her designer to remove some of the diamantes off her dress so she could bare as much flesh as possible."  

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