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breast milkNew facials now being marketed in the U.S. are “breast milk”, “foreskin” and “vaginal” facials.  You are reading this right!

Breast milk has antibacterial and antiseptic properties that is being used for acne-prone skin.  It is also rich in fat that makes it great for dry skin.

Foreskin facials are the latest thing from across the pond.  Foreskin from infants’ is reported to have cell regenerative properties that help to renew and smooth the skin.  Donated foreskin is fused into a silky serum and added to facial treatments for anti-aging.

If the first two treatments don’t gross you out, what about the “vaginal” facial?  Well in Britain, they are offering such a treatment.  If you want your nether parts to look young again, they recommend this 20-minute treatment.  Apply a mask mixed with Vitamin E cream, honey and egg white to your private parts for 20 minutes; rinse to reveal your baby soft bits! (March, 2015).

Are you ready to try any of these new treatments?

To read more on these topics, click on the following links:

March, B. (2015). Cosmopolitan, “DIY ‘vaginal rejuvenation’ happened live on This Morning”. Retrieved April 28, 2015, from: http://www.cosmopolitan.co.uk/beauty-hair/beauty-trends/news/a32864/diy-vagina-facial-this-morning/

March, B. (2015). Cosmopolitan, “Breast milk facials are a thing”. Retrieved April 28, 2015, from: http://www.cosmopolitan.co.uk/beauty-hair/beauty-trends/news/a33956/breast-milk-facials-are-a-thing/

March, B. (2015). Cosmopolitan, “Foreskin facials are a thing”. Retrieved April 28, 2015, from: http://www.cosmopolitan.co.uk/beauty-hair/news/a35130/foreskin-facials-are-a-thing/