One woman says she has found an all-natural and inexpensive alternative to conventional face creams by smearing semen on her face.
Woman claims using semen on face is the secret to glowing skin
Kelly Zolanski was first tempted to use the body fluid after seeing a video online that claimed it contained all sorts of “nutrients and proteins” that are good for the skin.
To get her hands on some of the… erm… product, Kelly, who is single, texted her friend asking for help, to which he agreed before depositing some in a tub in her bathroom.
To use it, Kelly mixes the semen with a little moisturizer, because it becomes ‘flaky’ when it dries out.
The 26-year-old said, “It’s a cheap, homemade alternative to expensive brands. I keep it in a jar in the refrigerator. I live alone, so no one will have to see it when I’m making breakfast.”
A video on TikTok of a girl goes viral after explaining how much nutrients and semen protein it has and that some people use it for facials.
“I’m single right now and I called one of my friends. I called him on Facetime and asked him if he could give me some of his semen.
“He said ‘what are you doing with that?’ I told him what I was going to do and he said I was crazy. She laughed when I asked her for it and when she gave it to me she told me I was crazy and laughed again. She came and used my bathroom. I gave her a bottle to put it in.”
“I put it on my face, let it dry and then washed it off. I mixed it with moisturizer because it had a weird smell. She’s not the healthiest person.”
Kelly, from New York, shared a video about her unusual beauty regimen on TikTok, where it garnered more than three million views and ended up being watched by her brother and mother.
Kelly said, “Everyone knows I’m kind of crazy, so asking that’s not really a surprise.
“When I posted it on TikTok, I posted it late at night. The next day, my brother sent me a screenshot of my face and said, ‘Someone just sent this to the group chat I’m in for work.’ His friends don’t know me and in the group chat he said ‘that’s my sister’.”
Kelly now cautiously recommends the product, but fears it may cause a “bad reaction” in some.