WANT to get fit like a celebrity? Then you might need to shell out a few grand.
Cristiano Ronaldo recently posted pics from a Cheshire gym’s cryotherapy chamber with his 11-year-old son, Cristiano Jr.
Costing up to £100,000 for one of your own, the freezing cold rooms are said to boost metabolism, speed up recovery and help you lose weight faster.
It might sound straight out of a sci-fi movie, but the Manchester United striker isn’t the only celeb turning to trendy technology to stay in peak condition.
From infrared saunas to emerald lasers, stars are queueing up to throw money at the latest gizmos, gadgets and fads.
Here, we reveal the hottest new treatments – and some budget-friendly swaps you can try out at home.
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WHAT IS IT: Cryotherapy uses temperatures as low as minus 140C to help with muscle pain and injury recovery.
But users should only stay in the freezing chamber, which uses liquid nitrogen, for a maximum of five minutes or it can be dangerous.
WHO USES: Cristiano Ronaldo, Usain Bolt, Gemma Collins and Demi Moore.
OUR SWAP: Cold gel pack, £14.99, Amazon.
WHAT IS IT: An infrared version of a standard sauna, it heats the person instead of the air around them.
Costing around £2,000 and using infrared rays, the treatment is thought to boost blood flow and circulation to ward off cancer, autism and fatigue-type conditions such as long Covid.
WHO USES: Selena Gomez, Gwyneth Paltrow and Lady Gaga.
OUR SWAP: Beurer infra- red massager, £24.99, Holland and Barrett.
WHAT IS IT: Also known by its less catchy name of photobiomodulation, red light therapy is thought to speed up cell recovery.
Developed to grow plants in space, near-infrared rays are now used to treat anything from wrinkles to alopecia.
Early studies show low wavelength rays can help repair cell damage on skin
WHO USES: Emma Stone, Chrissy Teigen and Kourtney Kardashian.
OUR SWAP: Rejuvenation beauty wand, £39, Lux Skin.
WHAT IT IS: A drip is used to give patients a dose of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD), an enzyme that can slow ageing.
But drinking, smoking and late nights stop it working. Early studies say it may also help with Alzheimer’s.
WHO USES: John Legend, Jane Fonda, Madonna and Rihanna.
OUR SWAP: Omega 3 fish oil, £10.50, Boots (check with your GP before starting any supplements).
WHAT IT IS: Patients breathe in almost pure oxygen in a £22,000 chamber that has had its air pressure increased.
Users can ramp up their lung capacity, while more oxygen in the blood leads to less inflammation and quicker healing for injuries.
Extra oxygen also creates more collagen for youthful looks.
WHO USES: Justin Bieber and LeBron James.
OUR SWAP: Bare biology collagen powder, £31.50, Amazon
WHAT IT IS: The Oura ring tracks your heart rate, sleep levels, activity rate and body temperature.
Worn on the finger like a regular ring, the £240 device uses your metrics to gives you a daily score.
The titanium ring also tracks your movements and sets a recommended bedtime for you.
WHO USES: Prince Harry, Kim Kardashian and Miranda Kerr.
OUR SWAP: Aquarius fitness watch, £14.99, feelunique.com.
What it is: Compression therapy involves wearing a leg sleeve which is then filled with air to apply pressure on limbs.
The increased circulation is said to help with inflammation, sore muscles and helps flexibility.
Costing up to £800, a set of inflatable compression trousers are thought to speed up healing from injuries such as a torn ACL.
Who uses: Zac Efron and Lady Gaga
Our swap: Compression socks, £39.95, STOXenergy.com
What is it: Named after the laser’s green hue, this fat-fighting treatment promises to reduce the chub.
Using a low-level laser around the midriff, the emerald laser is said to reduce fat cells without harming the body or causing any pain.
Using it for a 30-minute session is the equivalent of doing 20,000 sit-ups, apparently… but pricey at £2,500 for a ten-treatment course.
Who uses: Jennifer Lopez and Megan Fox
Our swap: Abs toning belt, £99.99, SlenderTone