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. However, dermatologist Doris Day told Cosmopolitan she has doubts about the benefits of rubbing semen into one's face.
WE all know that sperm plays a vital role in making a baby - that's biology Despite that, more than 60 per cent of fertility issues are related to poor sperm, according to fertility experts Dr Andrew Orr - so it's important to keep your swimmers healthy. Apart from the downsides with fertility issues, there's a lot you might not know about sperm. Research has shown that women who have unprotected sex - not that I advocate this unless in a healthy relationship - or oral sex are less likely to have depression , Dr Orr told BellyBelly.
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.
You may have heard certain influencers or celebrities raving about the skin care benefits of semen. Aside from doing little to help your complexion, it can also result in allergic reactions and sexually transmitted infections STIs. How it can help acne is also unknown. A common belief is that spermine — an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent found in sperm and cells throughout the human body — can combat blemishes. Over-the-counter products containing salicylic acid or benzoyl peroxide are recommended for mild acne. Cystic acne , however, usually requires something a little stronger. Oral contraceptives can help clear the skin. Isotretinoin is another effective pill method.