Celebrities Admit to “Foreskin Facials”

Cate Blanchett proudly announced she and Sandra Bullock paid top dollar for collagen boosting facials made using the stolen foreskins of baby boys

Ever question why the ancient barbaric practice of circumcision still happens to half the baby boys born in America, while it’s been done away with in most of the rest of the world?

One reason is that America is ruled by the almighty dollar.

Not only do hospitals charge parents up to $3000 to rip off the most sensitive part of their sons’ bodies, they can turn around and sell those foreskins for up to $100,000 each to companies like SkinMedica  – who use baby foreskin to create their skin care product – sell their foreskin facial creams for $150 an ounce.

Actress Cate Blanchett revealed this week that Oprah is not the only one whose youthful skin is thanks to the torture and mutilation of baby boys.

The 48-year-old star told Vogue Australia that she and Sandra Bullock went into a New York clinic to get $650 “penis” facials.

The magazine quietly removed references to the facial since the article was published on March 13, but not before several publications had picked up the news.

“Sandy and I saw this facialist in New York, Georgia Louise, and she gives what we call the penis facial,” Blanchett reportedly told Vogue.

“It’s something — I don’t know what it is, or whether it’s just cause it smells a bit like sperm — there’s some enzyme in it so Sandy refers to it as the penis facial.”

In an interview with the Daily Mail, facialist Georgia Louise explained ‘penis facial’ has become the ‘street name’ in Hollywood for the procedure because the serum is developed using stem cells from the foreskins of baby boys.

“It’s a tremendous treatment but the street name for it is hilarious,” said Louise, who has treated stars including Emma Stone, Katy Perry, and Alexander Wang at her salon.

“Poor Cate,” she added. “I don’t know how she’s going to cope with all the reaction.”

The stem cells are collected from the foreskin during circumcision, harvested using a centrifuge and then exported to the salons, where a facialist uses a micro-needling technique to pump the stem cells into the skin to stimulate collagen production.

“Studies show the youth of the cells activate aging cells, giving them a new lease of life to make more collagen, which makes the skin plump and smooths out wrinkles,” the Daily Mail reports.

For anyone looking for great skin care that doesn’t involve torturing infants and stealing their body parts, this stuff is amazing:





One response to “Celebrities Admit to “Foreskin Facials””

  1. Christine Avatar

    I agree with everything here, including the plug for Alaffia. The “Africa’s Secret” cream is amazing on eczema.

    As for the foreskins, the same thing would work with any other piece of baby skin too, right? There would be outrage for “baby earlobe facials” or “labia cell cream.” Not to mention “puppy foreskin facials.” But only the foreskin, and only in males, and only human males is disposable, allowed to be sliced off its owner and sold to make a rich woman look better. Baby boys deserve the same rights as girls and as puppies. Keep the babies intact! I spend a lot of time working with Your Whole Baby to spare boys from this. It’s working too – parents are waking up, and some doctors are speaking out!