Semen is the reproductive fluid that the penis releases during ejaculation. Although there has been some anecdotal evidence that semen may provide skin benefits, there is little scientific evidence to support this. While semen may contain ingredients that can benefit skin, the small quantity of these ingredients is unlikely to provide any benefit. Putting semen on the skin or consuming it also carries the risk of developing an allergic reaction and sexually transmitted infections STIs. Read on to learn more about the effect of putting semen on the skin and hair, as well as the risks this may carry. The idea that semen may be beneficial for skin health largely stems from anecdotal evidence claiming that the nutrients within semen may help with skin health.
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Are Facials (Yes, THOSE Facials) Really On The Rise?
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Is semen good for skin?
Hokyoung Kim for BuzzFeed News. She thought of her family. She thought of her mom, who was living up at one of the Alaska Native villages farther north.
Discussing the sexual ethics of giving and receiving facials is nothing new. However, when Jessica Wakeman of TheFrisky. The overwhelming consensus from Wakeman's commenters was that facials are offensive and that letting a man Wakeman's column at TheFrisky. In a follow up article to her "10 Things", Wakeman defended her pro-facial stance more fully.