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Feb. 24, 2007 | 06:00 AM EST

Spa Perks: How Stars Are Getting Ready for Their Close-Ups

Photo by: Chance Yeh / PatrickMcMullan / Sipa Press
Spa Perks: How Stars Are Getting Ready for Their Close-Ups | Gwyneth Paltrow
Super-secret spas. Famous $500 facials. A $1 million massage. Find out how stars from Gwyneth Paltrow to Kate Winslet are getting buffed and beautified for the Oscars.

• Sonya Dakar has already had Paltrow and Paula Abdul come through for its VIP gifting suite and special Oscar Facial, which includes red light LED treatment and an oxygen treatment.

• Tracie Martyn is bringing her $500 signature re-sculpting facial to L.A. from her New York City spa, and Winslet, Meryl Streep and Reese Witherspoon have already scheduled paid appointments before the big night. Jennifer Aniston stopped by last year pre-Oscars.

• Kinara Spa is tenting its entrance and garage and will close for two days before the awards so Halle Berry and other VIPs (maybe regulars Selma Blair and Hilary Swank?) can get facials and massages without paparazzi at the window.

• Hearts on Fire, known for its perfectly cut diamonds, has partnered with Spa on Location to create a mobile spa that makes house calls. The signature treatment: the "Dream Girl" Diamond Massage – with $1 million in loose diamonds.

• Stars like Jessica Biel, Demi Moore and Jennifer Lopez are scheduled to hit the Luxury Oscar Spa Retreat at the home of famed brow groomer Anastasia. They'll be able to get facials and massages by ultra-luxe line Natura Bissé, manis and pedis by Creative Nail Design, teeth whitening by Dr. Peter Rinaldi, hairstyling by Laurent D of Privé and of course, brows by the hostess.

Don't forget! After the Oscars visit People.com for photos of the best dressed, the biggest parties and all the backstage action you couldn't see on TV!