Rubbing cum on your face as a facial night cream
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First thing I thought of was There's Something About Mary. I refuse to apologize for it.
Posted Mon Jan 04, 2016 08:41 PM
One of these days, if he fucks me in the ass in the piledriver position, I'll jerk off onto my face while he's fucking me. I'll check it out!
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2. There’s actually nothing in semen that has any benefits for your skin. If having someone come on your face is what you’re ~into~, that’s great and fine. But if you’re only getting showered with jizz because you think it’s good for you, think again. “There is nothing in semen that has demonstrable skin benefits,” Kirby said. “Anyone who says otherwise is either misinformed or purposefully misleading you. Or is just a moron.”
3. Actual semen facials exist,but are basically B.S. Certain terrifying corners of the beauty blogosphere have gone as far as creating semen facial tutorial videos. But just because something exists as a DIY video doesn’t mean you should ever actually DIY. “Much like semen itself, the legendary semen facial is a myth that seems to exist in a limitless supply,” Kirby said.
4. Yes, you can be allergic to semen. So instead of making your skin look as fresh as it did the day you were born, going full semen facial could actually leave your skin irritated and dry. “There have been many case reports where an individual developed an allergy to one or more of the proteins in semen, which result in allergic contact dermatitis that is manifested by temporary redness and mild swelling on the skin where it’s applied,” Kirby said. The condition is called “human seminal plasma protein hypersensitivity,” and it’s very much a real thing.
5. Even when it’s just on your face, semen can still transmit STIs. STIs like chlamydia aren’t just spread via penetrative sex. “Many people — even monogamous couples — have undiagnosed sexually transmitted infections that could be spread to the mucous membranes, your lips, nostrils, and eyes via topical application of male ejaculator for those seeking aesthetic improvement,” Kirby said. So sure, soft, smooth skin might be desirable, but it's probably not worth the risk of complications you didn't even know existed, like chlamydia of the eye, for example.