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Beauty Vlogger Tracy Kiss Says ‘Sperm Facials’ Are The Secret To Her Beautiful Skin [Video]

Beauty vlogger Tracy Kiss has posted a video to YouTube revealing the secret to her natural facial beauty — daily application of semen to her face. Kiss, 28, from Wendover, Buckinghamshire, claims that daily “sperm facials” are the secret to her glowing skin and natural beauty. She recommends daily “sperm facials” to ladies wishing to maintain skin beauty the natural way, saying that the natural skin treatment cools and soothes sensitive skin like hers.

Kiss, a former glamour model turned fashion blogger, and single mother of two, says that her male friend graciously provides daily inexpensive supply of semen in plastic takeaway pots.

In the video, she holds up a plastic pot of semen and explains that she is not involved in the process by which her male friend produces the semen. She explains that her male friend produces it on his own without her assistance through an act he would be performing daily even if he wasn’t supplying its byproduct for beauty treatment.

But, of course, ladies in a relationship who need the natural product for “sperm facials” could always help their male friends to generate it.

Kiss, who suffers from a skin condition called rosacea, says she gives herself daily “sperm facials” to treat the condition. She adopted sperm facials after a beautician suggested that an acid facial could treat her rosacea and semen mentioned as a possible effective natural treatment.

“The topic of semen facials came up,” she says. “And I began researching the use of semen as a facial ingredient. I found that many experts had confirmed its benefits. 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.”

“Semen builds babies, they come out very soft and have beautiful skin, and it leaves my skin nice and soft.”

Kiss says that daily sperm facials have helped to overcome the effects of rosacea, which include reddening, flushing, and skin bumps.

She demonstrates to her 150,000 YouTube followers how to use sperm facials for a naturally healthy, smooth, soft, and beautiful skin.

Tracy Kiss Demonstrates Sperm Facial On YouTube

For a healthy, smooth, soft, and beautiful facial skin, she applies semen to her face daily, rubbing it in gently. She then leaves the semen on her face for up to 20 minutes to allow her skin to absorb the nourishing nutrients that give soft, tender, beautiful skin, according to Kiss.

Kiss acknowledges that ladies might be disgusted by the idea of putting semen on their face, but she assures her followers that the benefits outweigh the inconveniences. She touts the “product” by saying it is natural with no artificial chemicals added.

“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,” she says. “I know there are no added chemicals. It’s as natural and active and live as you could possibly get.”

She also recommends that women obtain their semen for sperm facials from “reliable sources.”

“Whoever you choose to provide a donation, it is important that you use the same caution you would around all bodily fluids. Always ensure that they have had a sexual health check and are eating clean and nutritious food,” she says.

She then proceeds with the “sperm facial” by dipping her fingers into the pot of liquid. She lifts her finger and lets the sticky liquid flow from it. She applies it to her cheeks, enthusing about how cool it feels and how it soothes her skin. She likens the cooling effect to chewing minty gum.

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

She then advises viewers on how to deal with the problem of odor. Semen suppliers who eat a balanced and healthy diet produce semen with more agreeable odor, she says.

Another way to manage the odor is by burning incense or using a diffuser. But Kiss admits she really doesn’t mind the odor of semen.

After applying the liquid to her face, she leaves it for some minutes before wiping it off.

“It feels like a face pack that pulls the skin inwards, it feels so glossy to wipe it off,” she says. “It’s like having a kind of oil on the face or a wax where it just glides beautifully against the water. It’s so cooling and soothing.”

“It feels like having a kind of oil on the face. It just glides beautifully. The condition of the skin feels so much better already.”

This is not the first time that Kiss has recommended sperm facials. She recommended the substance for skin beauty treatment in a video uploaded to YouTube in 2014 (see below).

Kiss isn’t the first person to recommend “sperm facials.” Actress Heather Locklear and Helen Gurley Brown, former Cosmopolitan magazine editor, have recommended semen for its supposed anti-aging properties.

Brown suggested spreading “semen on your face” as skin beauty treatment because it is “probably full of protein as sperm can eventually become babies.”

Proponents of “sperm facials” say that it contains proteolytic enzymes that could help break down dead layers of skin allowing fresh layers to grow. They also say that it contains antioxidants and minerals, such as zinc, magnesium, calcium and potassium, which supposedly nourish the skin.

Dermatologists concede that semen contains proteolytic enzymes and minerals but insist there are far more effect cosmetic products than semen that women could use.

Dr. Tabasum Mir, a dermatologist based in New York, told the Huffington Post, “The amount of protein in seminal fluid is small. You’d be better off using egg whites. Plus, sperm has urea — which is basically pee — and testosterone, which causes breakouts.”

Others gave explicit warnings against using semen as part of beauty treatment.

Connecticut dermatologist Dr. Lynne Haven, advises ladies not to adopt semen for natural beauty treatment.

“I’ve never seen any evidence of benefits, and there are several areas of concern,” she said. “Sexually transmitted diseases, like herpes, HIV and others could be transmitted, and there are many other better treatments for rosacea.”

Dr. Fred Shaha, a dermatologist based in San Diego agreed with Haven, saying, “Semen does have protein, but rosacea is related to hair follicles. I don’t see any basis for this working.”

[Image via Tracy Kiss/YouTube]