BEAUTY: SPERM facials are the secret of glowing skin

A beauty blogger Tracy Kiss, 28, has demonstrated an extreme approach to natural beauty by giving herself a daily sperm facial.
has posted a video to her YouTube page, describing it as a cooling, natural skin treatment to soothe sensitive skin., which she  rubs into her skin and leaves to sink in for up to 20 minutes READ MORE HERE
'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.'
Bizarre as it seems, there may be something in Tracy's theory that sperm has improved her skin.
Semen 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, although they are only present in very small amounts. 

She said: '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.'
'I know there are no added chemicals. It's as natural and active and live as you could possibly get,' she explained.

'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.'

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.
But she advises anyone who wants to try it to burn some incense or keep a diffuser nearby if they are squeamish.
Tracy leaves the substance on her face for between five and 20 minutes before wiping it off and washing her face with warm water.  
'It feels so glossy to wipe it off. It feels like having a kind of oil on the face,' she explained. 'It just glides beautifully.
'The condition of the skin feels so much better already.'


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