Demi Moore's Beauty Secret

Demi Moore sat down with David Letterman Monday night to promote her new movie "Flawless." Moore was looking pretty flawless herself, and dished to Dave about her new beauty treatment. She returned one week ago from a trip to Austria, where she had her blood sucked by leeches. The "leech therapy," as she told Dave, was to detoxify her blood.

"I feel like I've always been someone looking for the cutting edge of things that optimize your health and healing," she told Dave. "I was in Austria doing a cleanse and part of the treatment was leech therapy."

Demi describes how four leeches got drunk on her blood, starting from her bellybutton, and how they don't like hair and prefer waxed or shaved skin. She plans to go back for more.

US APPROVES LEECHES FOR THERAPY

U.S. Approves Leeches For Therapy

Blood-sucking leeches - used for thousands of years in medicine - now have the U.S. government’s approval as a tool for healing skin grafts or restoring circulation, regulators said on Monday.

The Food and Drug Administration approved an application from French firm Ricarimpex SAS to market leeches for medicinal purposes. The company has been breeding leeches for 150 years, the FDA said.

Doctors have used the small aquatic worms for several thousand years in the belief that bloodletting helps to cure a wide range of complaints from headaches to gout. They reached their height of medicinal use in the mid-1800s.

Today, doctors around the world use leeches to remove blood pooled under skin grafts for burn patients, or to restore circulation in blocked veins by removing pooled blood, the FDA said in a statement.

Leeches are particularly useful in surgeries to reattach body parts such as fingers or ears, Ricarimpex said on its Web site. The leeches can help restore blood flow to reconnected veins.

The FDA said it considered the leeches a medical device. The agency approved their sale after reviewing medical literature and safety data provided by Ricarimpex.

The FDA also examined information about how the leeches are fed, their environment, and the employees who handle them.

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