If you're new here, you may want to get my discreet newsletter to learn how to make him sexually obsessed with you and only you. Click here to get it. It's free. It's discreet. Ever hear the urban legend that sperm is good for your skin?
It's in the afternoon and I'm eating Cheez-Its writing about that time I deliberately smeared my boyfriend 's semen all over my face. He's been at work since the early hours of the morning, and so have I. After all, these Cheez-Its certainly won't eat themselves. Having fallen into an internet hole some point last week I wound up watching a video by holistic beauty blogger Tracy Kiss. Tracy was espousing the virtues of smearing semen on your face as an organic alternative to chemical peels. Tracy and that one creepy guy you met at you cousin Kevin's wedding aren't the only people who are sure you should be smearing sex juice all over your face.
You may have heard certain influencers or celebrities raving about the skin care benefits of semen. Aside from doing little to help your complexion, it can also result in allergic reactions and sexually transmitted infections STIs. How it can help acne is also unknown. A common belief is that spermine — an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent found in sperm and cells throughout the human body — can combat blemishes. Over-the-counter products containing salicylic acid or benzoyl peroxide are recommended for mild acne.
So is the money shot the secret to treating acne? According to this forum on Acne. Our secondary sources however were a bit cagey on the subject. Personally I have never tried this.