A penis facial that smells like sperm? The price of a youth appearance is pretty steep these days.
An excerpt from the New York Post: What’s the best way to refresh after a long flight? Tucking in for a so-called “penis facial,” if you’re Kate Beckinsale.
The dewy-skinned actress is just the latest Hollywood star to test out the EGF facial: a supposedly powerful anti-aging treatment that involves a serum derived from “Korean baby foreskins.”
Designed by aesthetician-to-the-stars Georgia Louise, the $650 experience involves a peel and microneedling, followed by a proprietary penis-infused serum.
In a now-deleted post on Instagram, Beckinsale described her first time trying EGF as “amazing,” with a cheeky note about getting pampered after a plane trip: “After a long flight I do like to lie down and be covered in a mask of liquefied cloned foreskins — frankly who doesn’t?”
Georgia Louise shared the 45-year-old actresses’ glowy post-facial selfie, inviting a handful of negative comments.
“How vain do you have to be to do this kind of s - - t?” one user wrote.
“Kate is, has always been, and probably always will be gorgeous,” another said, before adding a significant caveat. “However, the thought of kissing anyone’s face that has the foreskins of babies rubbed all over it is unpalatable.”