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Diddy digs anti-wrinkle treatments

Published 25/11/2015

Sean 'Diddy' Combs
Sean 'Diddy' Combs

Diddy shared his beauty regime with fans on social media over the weekend (21-22Nov15).

Rapper Sean 'Diddy' Combs isn't afraid to get in touch with his softer side, insisting he "wants it all" when it comes to beauty treatments.

The 46-year-old is one of the coolest guys in the music industry, but he isn't afraid of losing a little street cred, and over the weekend (21-22Nov15) he shared a video of himself using a wrinkle-reducing facial device on Instagram.

"If I don't love myself how can I love you! LOL #MMM we partyin tonight #bluedot #cirocapple @deleontequila GOOD F**KING TIMES!!!!! #letsgo (sic)" he wrote in the caption beside the video.

Diddy held a belated birthday party for himself on Saturday (21Nov15), which was attended by the likes of Jay Z, Beyoncé and Vin Diesel. To make sure he made a good impression among his peers, the star used a NuFACE Trinity device, which uses micro-current technology and infrared light to tighten skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

"I always wanted to take care of myself,” he said in another video depicting his face-care regime. “Give me the lasers, the scrub, extraction, cocoa butter, caviar mask. I want it all, baby. As I said, everything ain’t for everybody. Some people are just born to be ashy and mad."

After his beauty treatments, Diddy hit the red carpet at his bash looking sharp in a dark purple tuxedo jacket and black bow tie. The father-of-six also understands the importance of dressing well and has previously shared his thoughts on the essential items men should have in their wardrobes.

"Fabrication, you’re sh*t's gotta look expensive (sic)" he wrote on his blog in 2010. "Your sh*t's gotta look fly. Suede is a must. Suede. Period. Point. Blank. If you don't own any suede, you ain't fly (sic)."

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