Britain's Duchess of Cornwall has reportedly been having lymph-draining massages.
The 67-year-old royal is said to have been indulging in the £45 treatments described as "the manual way to have liposuction" in order to speed up her lymphatic system, which in turn is meant to flush out toxins, banish fluid retention and flatten a bloated stomach.
The procedure can also help to firm the skin and reduce cellulite with clients losing up to four pounds at a time, although it is said Duchess Camilla has no intention of trying to lose weight.
Beauty therapist Debora Mitchell is reportedly treating Camilla - who is married to Prince Charles - at her Clarence House home.
A therapist for her skincare company Heaven told the Daily Mail newspaper: "The treatment involves a full body massage with movements designed to speed up the lymphatic system as lymph responds to movement. It can become particularly sluggish as we mature, but with this firm massage the body becomes more sculpted as well as slimmer.
"You can really lose weight, as well as fluid. Our slimming lymph drain massage is known as the manual way to have liposuction and you can lose up to 4lb per treatment.
"A course of five is recommended, with a treatment at least once a week to help achieve your ideal weight goal. The massage can also help to relieve flu, allergies, fluid retention, digestion problems, arthritis, rheumatism, IBS and flatten a bloated tummy."
The Duchess is also said to be a fan of Debora's bee-sting facials, described as Botox in a jar, which stimulate the production of collagen and elastin in the skin.