Iggy Azalea got a fancy skin procedure that she had to share with her Instagram followers.
The 26-year-old rapper posted a selfie on Thursday that showed her with markings all over her face ahead of getting laser skincare treatment. "Just being a little weirdo getting laser beams shot into my head and stuff," Azalea captioned the image.
The Australian musician's doctor shared the same photo on his Instagram account and went into more detail about the procedure. "Earlier today, seeing our fave Ms. Iggy Azalea @thenewclassic for a face building up skin collagen and elasticity," Dr. Ashkan Ghavami wrote. "Prevention = the best medicine • #repost #IggyAzalea #DrGhavami #BeverlyHills #LA #Thermage #vectors #ThatGlow #GhavamiGlow."
According to the doctor's website, the treatment uses a carbon dioxide dlaser beam to vaporize the skin's surface and reveal an undamaged layer of skin beneath. The procedure is designed to remove "the outer, damaged layer of skin to reveal a smoother, younger look."
Azalea appears to be quite close with her plastic surgeon, as she wished him a happy birthday on Instagram a week ago. "Happy birthday @DrGhavami. It might seem obvious I'd hold the man I owe my fabulous nose and breasts to in high regard," she wrote. "But vanity aside; Ash you're hilarious as hell, talented, eclectic, a progressive thinker and someone who supports women in their choice to do what they want with their OWN bodies (tons of men don't share that sentiment) So cheers to you! I'm proud to call you my friend."
Dr. Ghavami was clearly flattered by the post as he reposted the pic and caption along with his own message of gratitude. "Thank you a mill for everything! Your bold confidence is to be respected!" he wrote. "My b-day is complete. Those like you who stand apart and trail blaze their own path no matter who tries to block or impede it, ALWAYS come out ahead, most importantly for themselves."
Azalea has been quite candid about her breast augmentation and nose job procedures. During an interview with Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live in March, she didn't deny having work done because "if you're going to do something that obvious," you should cop to it. "Everyone's seen what your nose looks like before," she explained. "Some people are like, 'It's contouring!' Yeah, contouring with a chisel."