Real life ‘Barbie and Ken’ achieve doll-like looks with futuristic stem-cell injections – Daily Star

By daniellenierenberg

A doll-obsessed couple describe themselves as human Barbie and Ken.

The Los Angeles-based pair have had futuristic stem-cell injections to achieve their looks.

Marcela Iglesias and her husband Steven Berman get the treatment in the hope of rejuvenating their bodies, skin and hair.

The former said: "Weve both had stem cell therapy through IV.

Thirty million mysenthanial cells each a total of 60 million stem cells through the drip.

The 43-year-old has also turned back the clock by getting 60,000 worth of cosmetic procedures.

As well as this, Marcela hones her sculpted figure by following a gruelling fitness regime.

She said: "I never had plastic surgery but I am not against it just a couple of cosmetic procedures like Botox and a little filler to maintain face volume, but have never completely changed or modified my appearance.

"The Barbie doll is an inspiration for becoming whoever you want to be and achieving all your life goals.

Obviously, the aesthetic of the doll is impeccable but at the same time, my approach is a more natural look and I achieve it by working out all the time on my Edgecross-X training system.

"Surgery-wise, I have been contemplating a mini facelift but with the new Morpheus 8, a non-surgical advanced needling treatment that uses radio frequency to tighten and smooth wrinkles on the face and body.

Marcela added: I am also considering a boob and booty boost, basically to make them perky and firm again.

"I admire what the doll represents more than how she looks; I am very respectful of the image of the Barbie doll as I want to encourage all men and women around the world to pursue their dreams and to achieve the look they want.

While the Barbie fan hasnt had any invasive plastic ops done, her Ken doll-loving husband has.

Steven 53, has had a chin implant, two hair transplantations and neck surgery.

The couples extreme appearance helps them to stand out on the street.

Marcela said: "When we go out together, people tell us that we look like Barbie and Ken because we are both blonde and have the doll-like aesthetic.

"I always wear vibrant colours. We break the mould I guess.

The couple, who have been together since meeting on Myspace in 2009, seem to enjoy the attention their looks bring.

Their fame has allowed them to buy McLaren 570s sports cars that cost 200,000.

The motor features an oil-slick rainbow paint job, courtesy of hit TV show Pimp My Ride's West Coast Customs in Los Angeles.

Marcela, who sometimes goes by the nickname 'Queen of Hollywood' and shares glossy lifestyle shots with 310,000 followers on Instagram page @marcelaiglesiashollywood, added: "This type of car is more like a fulfilling a fantasy and achieving one of my dreams.

"I always wanted a car where the doors open like angel wings, so this year with everything that's been going on, I decided to treat myself and my husband.

"I must admit that I had to compromise on the colour because I originally wanted something more pinky toned, but my husband has to drive the car as well and I didn't want him to feel embarrassed!

I believe this car is an extension of my personality - a reflection of myself... I dress the car like I would like to dress!

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