Kate Beckinsale's credits liquefied foreskins for her flawless appearance.
The 45-year-old actress shared a picture of Instagram on Saturday as she told fans about the facial marvel she had received from British beautician Georgia Louise.
"After a long flight, I like to lie down and be covered by a cloned and liquefied foreskin mask – frankly, who is not?" Beckinsale started her post.
Thanking Georgia, which has a salon in New York for the "amazing facial treatment," Beckinsale added, "I especially liked you reassuring me that it would be" light on the penis, "since it was my first time . "
The "facial penis" works by using a serum made from stem cells grown from the prepubescent of Korean babies. These cells, which are thought to activate aging cells, help increase collagen production, thereby helping wrinkles and fine lines to disappear.
As Korea has the custom of circumcising their cubs, they have a large amount of foreskins and also numerous stem cell banks, which are used to export the cells worldwide.
Explaining the treatment on its menu, Georgia states: "The facial treatment includes a cleansing, followed by an intensive TCA peel, microneedle and an electrifying mask to soothe the skin, followed by its & # 39; secret box & # 39; of EGF serum (epidermal growth). factor). EGF is derived from human fibroblast progenitor cells taken from the Korean prepuce of the newborn baby – which helps to generate collagen and elastin … This process allows the active ingredients to be transported deep into the skin, creating a temporary " .
Other treatment fans include actress Sandra Bullock, who nicknamed him "facial penis" during a recent interview with Ellen DeGeneres.