Beth Landman started her career in journalism at The New York Post as a restaurant columnist, and then headed to New York magazine, where she penned "Intelligencer'' along with features ,and became the beauty editor.  She currently freelances and has contributed to New York Magazine, The New York Times, and The New York Post among other outlets.  Each summer, she writes the "Dish'' column in Hamptons magazine.

From sapphires and semen to bird poop and endangered fruit, there's almost nothing you can't have rubbed into your cheeks—for an exorbitant price. Beth Landman on the 11 most outrageous facials.

With psychiatrists becoming an expendable luxury, trainers, masseuses, and even dentists are doling out mental-health advice. Beth Landman on the perils of mixing dental work and daddy issues.