A celebrity facialist to the stars has revealed her secret weapon for fresh, glowing skin: human semen. Chelsee Lewis, who has been in the beauty industry for over 22 years, says she's worked with celebrities like Stella McCartney and Gwyneth Paltrow. Penning a guide to skincare for the Daily Mail, Lewis revealed some of her best kept secrets - including applying sperm to reduce acne and wrinkles. But you can go one step further with a sperm mask. Yes, you heard right! Lewis is not the first to promote sperm facials. Former Cosmopolitan editor-in-chief Helen Gurley Brown famously advised women to "spread semen over your face [because it's] probably full of protein as sperm can eventually become babies. Makes a fine mask - and he'll be pleased.
Apparently, the bodily fluid has use outside of the bedroom.
Sperm are single-purposed: They're optimized to get to an egg and inseminate it. But that doesn't mean there isn't more to this cell than meets the ovum. Sperm, along with its travelling companion, semen, are surprisingly versatile and adaptable substances. Here are eight unconventional things you can do with human sperm. Sperm contains an anti-oxidant called spermine that is thought to diminish wrinkles, smooth the skin, and help with acne. Looking to take advantage of these much sought after attributes, a Norwegian company called Bioforskning you can't make this stuff up has synthesized the compound and is selling it as a facial cream.
Nwosu who declined to go into details concerning how she acquired substance however provided tips on how the facial solution worked for her. Proteins and other nutrients rich in sperm can help for a flawless facial treatment. Followers who found her post hilarious joined in the conversation with more funny comments. One of her friends, Mary Cynthia made known her intentions to mix sperm with a disinfectant in order to get the best effect. Her only hindrance lies in how she will acquire the male substance in a large quantity. Rajashree Patil, a year-old woman who was considered medically unfit to deliver babies now has an opportunity to nurse a set of twins delivered thanks to her dead son's sperm. She was inserted with the male reproductive cell belonging to the her late child. Due to an incapability to handle IVF treatment, Patil opted for a much younger surrogate. According to the Daily Mail , luck smiled on her when she received an egg donated by an anonymous. This was fertilized by Prathamesh's sperm which led to the birth of a set of twins, a boy and a girl.
So is the money shot the secret to treating acne? According to this forum on Acne. Our secondary sources however were a bit cagey on the subject. Personally I have never tried this. I mean, accidents do happen and all's fair in love and love, but never have I ever heh willingly asked a dude to go to town on my pores with his "stuff. There is a lot of bullshit out there about how semen is some sort of magical cure-all for any skin concerns, mostly having to do with acne but also fading pigmentation and decreasing wrinkles, going so far as to suggest using semen as eye cream to address fine lines.