Besides using it for it's most vital use when planning a family, sperm can be used for quite a number of things.
Sperm contain a crystalline polyamine compound called Spermine which is also known as an antioxidant.
One of the reported benefits of Spermine is a facial for clearer skin. This facial includes reducing impact of rosacea and slowing down ageing process and lending the skin a natural glow.
Semen is a body fluid, and is loaded with multivitamins and proteins. It helps hydrate the skin and keep it cool and it also helps reduce the redness, irritation and blotchy skin caused by rosacea. Experts claim it can also help slow down the ageing process of skin. As much as there can be the good in this there are cons.
How it’s done
The semen facial is a 30-minute do-it-at-home routine.
Rub the fresh semen onto your face.
Leave it for around 20 minutes so that it’s completely absorbed by the skin.
Wash it off by dabbing your face with cold water.
Wipe your skin with fragrant wet tissues.
Side effects of the facial
- Body fluids are capable of transmitting STIs/STDs.
- It can lead to eye herpes, causing scarring on the eye and leading to vision problems.
- Semen allergy causes rashes and itching within minutes of contact with the fluid. Spermine, a component in this body fluid, leads to redness.
- The HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) stays alive outside the body for a long time, and hence, the risk of transmission of viral diseases is high.
- It’s loaded with testosterone, which can aggravate acne. So, those who have sensitive, oily skin and are prone to acnes must avoid this routine. A word of caution n Source the semen from a known person.
- Make sure the donor doesn’t do drugs, smoke or consume alcohol at least six to seven hours before the donation.- Ensure the donor is in good sexual health.- Consider using semen of a man who drinks a lot of water and indulges in physical activities.