Sperm Facials are Great for the Skin, Touts Popular Beauty Blogger

We won’t be trying this sperm facial recommendation because we’re all pretty much blessed with good complexion here compared to Mark Lee

But for those who dare, why not give this it a shot?

Popular beauty blogger Tracy Kiss recommends it as the secret to her glowing skin.

The single mother-of-two says rubbing the sperm on her face helped cure her of a skin condition known as rosacea – a form of acne.


Rub it in, leave it on between 5 and 20 minutes, then wipe it off and wash face with warm water.

Tracy says her daily supply of sperm comes from a male friend who delivers it in a plastic takeaway pot.

Demonstrating the process in her sperm facial video tutorial, she says the sensation of applying the sperm on her face is “cooling and soothing” and kind of like eating minty chewing gum.

“I would put it in comparison to when you have chewing gum in your mouth and you breathe in, it’s a cold, cooling, refreshing feeling,” she said. “It just sucks into the skin. It’s absolutely beautiful.”

And she stressed that it’s a wonderful cream to use because it’s natural:

“I think people are concerned with the thought of putting semen on their face but actually it’s a very natural and healthy thing to do… There are no added chemicals. It’s as natural and active and live as you could possibly get.”

Tracy explains that she doesn’t mind the smell, and says that if the donor eats a healthy, balanced diet the sperm will have a fresher odour.

“Semen builds babies, they come out very soft and have beautiful skin, and it leaves my skin nice and soft so I’m very happy to use this as a facial.”

A strange brew for better skin, yes, but science says sperm could truly be the answer to a better complexion.

It contains proteolytic enzymes, which are designed to dissolve proteins.

When applied to the skin on a regular basis, these enzymes may help to break down dead layers and leave the skin feeling smoother.

It also contains zinc, magnesium, calcium, potassium and fructose, which could nourish the skin, but these are only present in very small amounts.

Mark, you still there?

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